The Brussels Grand Départ, the start of the Tour de France in Brussels in 2019, is nominated for the Visit.brussels Awards 2020 in the 'International Event' category. Everyone is invited to vote until 2 March 2020.
As part of the Sustainable District Contract The Marolles, the City of Brussels has ordered a study for a master plan for the restoration and programming of the Baths of Brussels (the swimming pool in the city centre 'Bains de Bruxelles - Baden van Brussel'). All residents and the users of the neighborhood and the swimming pool can give their opinion via a survey.
In March 2020, a new bus line (line 56) will be inaugurated between Neder-Over-Heembeek and Schuman (via Schaerbeek). The southern terminus of line 56 will be at Schuman (Rue Archimède, also the terminus of other lines).
Bravvo (Prevention Service of the City of Brussels) launched an awareness campaign on violent radicalization: Radicalization: and you, how do you feel about it? Within this campaign, a Facebook group becomes the space for discussion and educational information about radicalization.
Nearly 10 million lamps and light fixtures were collected by the Belgians in 2018. To reward that, Recupel launched a campaign in which every Belgian could identify his or her 'hidden treasures': beautiful but undervalued places that deserve to be put in the spotlight. 'Memory of Expo 58' in Laeken was one of the winners.