Sainctelette bridge closed

Following a fire, the Sainctelette bridge was damaged and remains closed towards Basilique until further notice for safety reasons. More info about alternative routes and detours: Pont Sainctelette closed (Bruxelles Mobilité)

Coronavirus measures

The City of Brussels has taken several decisions in order to best respect the measures of the federal government in the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19). More info: coronavirus measures by the City of Brussels. Please note: at the Administrative Centre & liaison offices, all citizens are asked to come alone, maximum 15 minutes before the appointment time, wear a face mask (obligatory) and disinfect their hands.

 

Public transport

The city centre of Brussels is easily accessible by public transport: train, tram, metro, bus and waterbus.

The public transportation network (metro, tram and bus) is managed by the Brussels Intermunicipal Transport Company (STIB-MIVB). The network maps, schedules, frequencies, rates or route planners are available on its website:

The night network of STIB (night buses during the weekend) is called Noctis.

Some bus lines in Brussels are also managed by:

The trains are managed by:

The map of the underground (subway) and train stations in Brussels:

Thanks to the Brupass tickets, travelers can use the train, tram, bus and/or metro in Brussels and an extended perimeter of 11.5 km around the 19 Brussels municipalities:

The Waterbus is a bus service on the water between Vilvoorde and Brussels, a 10-kilometer navigational route on the Senne Canal:

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