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  1. News
    08 October 2018

    Brussels car-free day saw an 80 % decrease in black carbon

    16/08/2018; source: http://www.irceline.be/en N02-Bruxelles Arts-Loi. 16/09/2018; source: ... http://www.irceline.be/en   This effect of taking motorised traffic out of a city highlights one of the other...

  2. News
    10 December 2018

    Belgium introduces further alternatives to the company car

    1061 reads The Belgian federal government is taking action to provide alternatives for those employees that currently use company cars. Two initiatives, the Mobility Budget and the Mobility Allowance, have...

  3. News
    14 January 2019

    Flanders introduces new regulatory framework for Regional SUMPs

    1163 reads The Belgian Region of Flanders has introduced a new regional regulatory framework for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs), which builds on its already extensive experience in this area. ...

  4. News
    29 April 2019

    Ghent will ban most polluting cars from the city centre

    901 reads In April 2019, the City of Ghent in Belgium announced plans to introduce a low emission zone in the city centre. To gain access, petrol and natural gas vehicles will be required to comply with the...

  5. News
    01 June 2020

    Flanders to invest €2.2 billion in an ambitious mobility plan

    253 reads Lydia Peeters, the Flemish Minister for Mobility and Public Works, has announced that the region will invest €2.2 billion in 2020 to improve the region's transport infrastructure.  The...

  6. News
    01 February 2021

    New Brupass ticket to cover all travel in Brussels and its suburbs

    loetud 34 korda Belgium’s four main public transport operators have announced that, as of February 2021, a new single ticket will be launched, which will allow travel on all of their services in Brussels...

  7. News
    07 December 2020

    The three finalists of the 8th SUMP Award: Brussels, Kaunas and Wroclaw

    484 reads This year’s winner of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award was Brussels Capital region. In recent years Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) have become central to transport policy in...

  8. News
    15 March 2021

    Brussels exempts drivers with reduced mobility in Low Emission Zone

    36 reads People in the Belgian capital Brussels with reduced mobility are now able to apply for an exemption that will grant them access to the city's Low Emission Zone (LEZ), should their vehicle not...

  9. News
    02 January 2020

    Urban traffic measurements- city residents can now monitor traffic in their area

    1670 reads For urban mobility planners and policymakers to influence changes in mobility patterns, they need to have a detailed knowledge of the existing situation. Traditionally, gathering information...

  10. News
    18 May 2020

    SUMP Award 2020 and first ever EU Urban Road Safety Award winners announced!

    100 odsłon Brussels Capital Region, Belgium – winner of the 8th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP)   Brussels Capital Region has set itself clear and ambitious sustainable mobility goals,...