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New Anderlecht-Uccle bus 74 launches on Monday
Brussels’ new bus line 74, which connects Anderlecht and Uccle, via Forest, will launch on Monday. The bus will be in service seven days a week.
Line 74 will run between the new Clémence Everard stop on Boulevard Henri Simonet, around the corner from Erasme Hospital, to the Stalle train station in Uccle. The route will take in the Erasme metro stop in Anderlecht before heading north to skirt along Parc des Etangs, taking in stops along the way, including Debussy and Aristide Briand.
The route then meanders southward, stopping at Bervoets before reaching the Forest-Est station and Forest National. From there it will head to the end stop at Stalle. In a later phase, the bus will travel further, to the Calevoet railway station.
The new bus stop Clémence Everard, by the way, is named after the first woman to earn a surgical degree from a Belgian university. Everard completed her studies in 1893.