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Brussels residents are walking and cycling more and driving less than they did 10 years ago, according to the latest large-scale study carried out by Brussels Mobility on how the capital gets arou
Flanders is currently testing an "intelligent" traffic light system which aims to improve traffic flow by sensing when circumstances allow it to turn green, rather than simply abiding by a timer.
Brussels mobility plan Good Move is working, according to mobility minister Elke Van den Brandt (Groen), and data from the capital’s public transport operator Stib seems to support that claim.
The busy Boulevard Lambermont in the Brussels municipality of Schaerbeek will be getting a makeover, with works to begin in the area in 2024.
The number of road deaths across Belgium rose by 8% last year compared with 2021 as commuters continue to return to the road after more than two years of the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Drivers in Brussels are being warned to expect worse congestion than usual on Friday evening as the latest edition of the Critical Mass cycle ride makes its way through the city's streets.
The redesign of Brussels’ mobility infrastructure in the face of pollution, congestion and traffic-related accidents has cost an estimated €6.5 million so far, new figures reveal.
As cars get bigger and heavier, some roads in Brussels can no longer accommodate two vehicles side by side, and have to be converted for one-way traffic only.
Brussels Police warn on its Twitter account of possible traffic disruption on 27 January due to an evening cycling event, reports Le Soir.