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Brussels, like other European big cities, organizes a car-free Sunday in September.
During this day every motorized vehicle is forbidden in the whole of the Region. With the exception of public transport, emergency services, buses and minibuses, taxis and public vehicles of authority (fire brigades, post office, transfer of funds, police, collection of garbage, ambulances.
Certain people can for authoritarian reasons benefit from passes delivered by the municipality.
This day is the opportunity to make motorists sensitive to move otherwise and allows to open the debate on mobility. In 2008, during the Iris feasts on Sunday, May 11th, traffic was also forbidden in the city center.
On the agenda
Sunday without car