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€12 million to double size of Uccle Stalle park and ride
The Brussels government has freed up €12 million to double the size of the Stalle park-and-ride facility in Uccle.
At present, 380 spaces are available to encourage commuters to leave their vehicle on the edge of town and take public transport into the centre.
The facility will be rebuilt by 2022, with the number of available spaces increasing to 750, as well as the construction of new housing.
Brussels' new mobility minister, Elke Van den Brandt, says car park capacity will also be increased elsewhere on the outskirts of the city.
Plans are under way to add more spaces to the facility next to Kraainem metro station in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, and on the Heysel plateau.
A new park-and-ride opened earlier this year at Ceria in Anderlecht, with room for 1,350 vehicles.