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Some streets around the Grand-Place will become a pedestrian zone from 10 May 2012. An automated system with retractable posts manages the access to the zone.
The new pedestrian zone consists of the following streets:
- Rue Charles Buls - Karel Bulsstraat [plan]
- Rue des Brasseurs - Brouwersstraat [plan]
- Rue des Chapeliers - Hoedenmakersstraat [plan]
- Marché au Fromage - Kaasmarkt [plan]
- Rue des Eperonniers - Spoormakersstraat [plan]
- Rue de l'Homme Chrétien - Kerstenmannekensstraat [plan]
Traffic and parking is prohibited in this zone. Deliveries are permitted between 6 am and 11 am.
Access to the zone
The access is allowed for taxis, cyclists and persons with an admission:
Parking around the area
In the immediate vicinity of the pedestrian zone, the parking places are extended for taxis, deliveries, local residents and motorcycles.
Demand of badge, pass and code:
Police Record Unit
Boulevard Anspach 6
Telephone 2 : 02 279 62 45
Opening hours : Monday to Wednesday from 8:30 am to 3 pm, Thursday from 8:30 am to 6 pm, Friday from 8:30 am to 12 pm, the distribution of tickets takes place from 8:15 am
Telephone hours : from Monday till Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Documents: badge and passes for pedestrian zones
Demand of code:
Brussels Capitale Ixelles Police
Technical traffic service
Rue des Palais 321
Telephone 2 : 02 279 83 50
Fax : 02 279 83 08
These applications concern only the territory of the City of Brussels, Laeken, Neder-over-Heembeek and Haren.
More information : Demand of a code for pedestrian zones: via the nearest police station.
Management of posts:
02 279 60 02 (between 8 am and 5 pm)
Demand of a pass for the Car Free Sunday
A pass for the Car Free Sunday of 21 September 2014 can be delivered to persons who make the demand. Attention, this demand of dispensation must be duly motivated.