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  1. 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...

  2. News
    28 January 2019

    Leuven to install 50 “mobility hubs” to foster multimodality

    6260 reads The Belgian City of Leuven plans to introduce 50 mobility hubs over the next three years in order to improve multimodality in the city. The hubs will bring together different transport modes in...

  3. 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...

  4. News
    24 June 2020

    Ghent and Milan win international car sharing awards

    550 reads The Belgian city of Ghent and the Italian city of Milan received an international recognition for car-sharing promotion and support policies. During a digital event held on 28 May, the cities were...

  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
    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. ...

  7. News
    10 August 2020

    EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK (16-22 September): Lessons Learnt from Lockdown & interview with 8th SUMP Award Winners

    789 reads EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK has just published a factsheet with 10 lessons learnt during lockdown  in relation to better mobility. The lessons vary from simple messages like remembering that public...

  8. News
    21 January 2019

    E-commerce poses a challenge to reducing congestion in Brussels

    1176 reads In spite of a recent decline in overall car use in Brussels in recent years, congestion in the Belgian capital is still growing. Recent numbers from Brussels Mobility show that car use dropped by...

  9. News
    19 August 2019

    Cycling in Leuven increases by 32% following its ban on through traffic

    645 reads A traffic circulation plan introduced in the Belgian city of Leuven in 2016 has led to an increase in cycling of 32% in just one year, partly thanks to a ban on through car traffic. With its 100...

  10. News
    29 December 2020

    Brussels' decision on introduction "smart city toll" met with protest in Flanders and Wallonia

    16 reads At the start of December the Brussels-Capital Region reached an internal agreement on the introduction of a ‘C ity Toll ’ or ‘ Intelligent Kilometre Charge ’. The road charging project, called...