In the context of the project 2018. Year of Protest, the Archives of the City of Brussels created a timeline with the most important facts and events of the 1960s in Brussels, Belgium and the world. This timeline can be consulted on the website of the Archives and will be supplemented in the coming weeks.
In order to guarantee the safety of the pedestrians, the Rue du Chêne, the Impasse du Val des Roses, and the Rue de l'Etuve (between 59-65/48-52) will become a restricted traffic zone from 25 April 2018. These streets are then accessible for local traffic with admission tickets.
The Bulgarian artist Bozko was invited to create a mural at the Quais quarter, on the occasion of the 2018 Balkan Trafik Festival and in collaboration with the City of Brussels. The street art wall at the Quai au Bois de Construction 7 was inaugurated on Wednesday 18 April 2018.
'Smart' parking spaces are now available at the Rue Sainte-Catherine, the Rue Marie-Christine and the street along the Place du Grand Sablon. These 'Shop & Go' parking spaces give you the opportunity to quickly visit a shop because you can only park for free for up to 30 minutes.