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Work begins on major Brussels park-and-ride project

21:19 29/01/2018

Building work has begun on a vast park-and-ride facility in Anderlecht that aims to encourage 1,200 drivers a day to leave their cars and take the metro into town.

Mobility minister Pascal Smet and Anderlecht mayor Eric Tomas laid the first stone on Monday for the €14 million project next to Ceria metro station.

Spread over 30,000m², the Anderlecht site is due to open in a year's time, with room for 1,200 cars and 270 motorbikes. There will also be priority parking spaces for car-poolers and electric vehicles.

Prices will be set by the regional body - and Stib ticket-holders will be offered a preferential rate.

Smet said the aim was to build a new park-and-ride facility every year until 10,000 spaces are available on the edge of the city.

Other potential locations include Stalle station in Uccle, Kraainem and Delta metro stations and Esplanade tram terminus in Laeken.



Its difficult believe that this isnt in place already my home town mid sized UK city has had this style of system in place for over thirty years. They made it cheap to take public and expensive to park that did the trick plus trams and buses have priority people grow up using it to get places and once you have a job you just do that still

Jan 30, 2018 14:16