Covid-19: Brussels adjusts public transport service
Rides for critical workers are ensured as non-essential lines run less frequently or are temporarily suspended

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Public transport operators in Brussels run services according to a modified schedule to reflect the demand during the Covid-19 outbreak. STIB-MIVB, The Brussels Inter-communal Transport Company has temporarily suspended or reduced frequency on non-essential bus, tram and metro lines throughout the city. It announced that it pays particular attention to peak times when the...

Brussels’ STIB-MIVB considers anonymity for ticket inspectors after fare dodger attack
STIB ticket fines bear the names of the inspectors issuing them

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A recent attack on a ticket inspector in Brussels has prompted the city’s public transport operator STIB-MIVB to mull the disclosure of their names. An inspector who issued a fine to a man who passed the access gates without paying was assaulted by the fraudster at his home in Molenbeek a few days later....

Brussels Metro installs double validation system to reduce fare evasion
From now on passengers will have to validate tickets both when entering and when exiting stations

Check out gates at Brussels metro

Passengers traveling on Brussels Metro must now validate their tickets both at entry and at exit points at stations, similar to the city’s premetro system. Starting this month, Brussels‘ public transport operator STIB-MIVB installed new gates at Joséphine-Charlotte et Gribaumont station on Line 1, with 15 more stations planned to be ready by the...