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The territory of the City of Brussels is served by public transportation. The city center is accessible by train, streetcar, metro or bus.
Several railway stations serve Brussels. They are daily frequented by hundreds of thousand commuters who come to work in the capital by train.
The management of the railroad network is done at the federal level and that of buses, metros and streetcars is done at the regional level (STIB-MIVB).
At the local level, the City collaborates with the STIB to fit out bus lanes, so that the traffic of the public transportation becomes more fluid.
Mobility & Public Space cell
Brussels administrative centre
Boulevard Anspach, 6
Tel. : 02 279 31 80
Fax : 02 279 31 28
Telephone hours : From Monday till Friday from 9:00 am till 12:00 am.
Care of the problems in mobility.
No parking control in Laeken before 1 July
Before 1 July 2013 there will be no parking control in the newly regulated areas of the Laeken sector. So no fines will be given in the streets of Laeken that become a blue zone or a paying zone in the new Parking plan of the City of Brussels.