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  • Brussels is to be enjoyed by tram, on foot, by bike, ... while meeting other people. This calls for public transport and spatial planning that strike a balance between meeting others and just passing by.

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Cabinet of Minister Pascal Smet

mobility The STIB will be featuring the sign of diversity during a month

Since this Monday, on the initiative of Brussels minister Pascal Smet, a bus and a tram of the STIB drive around wrapped in rainbow colors through the Brussels Region.

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Reporters

mobility Brussels governement to remove the last obstacles to unified parkin...

The 19 Brussels boroughs have until 30 September to approve a parking action plan in line with the Region's parking policy. At the same time, the Brussels government is removing a few hurdles that up to now were preventing the implementation of a streamlined parking policy. ‘In order to tackle the car problematic in the Brussels districts, a clear and unified parking policy is crucial&rsq...

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Brussel Mobiliteit

mobility Taxi plan: towards customer-friendly and reliable services

After five months of intensive consultations with all stakeholders, the Brussels government has approved the Taxi plan proposed by Pascal Smet, Minister of Mobility. 'Our goals are: reliable and customer-friendly taxi services, better working conditions for the taxi drivers and higher ROI-ratios for the sector', says Mr Smet. 'At the same time, I am working on a legal framework to be applied to...

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Copyright MIVB/STIB

mobility Where are we heading to with line 71?

Minister Pascal Smet would like to listen to the wishes and worries of the local inhabitants, users and shopkeepers regarding line 71. That’s why he is inviting them to exchange their thoughts with Brussels Mobility and the MIVB/STIB during two evenings in March:

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Reporters

mobility Toll to keep lorries out of Brussels

Soon after the Walloon government, the government of the Brussels Capital Regional as well approved the introduction, as of 2016, of a distance-based toll for lorries. This toll is intended to discourage freight transport in the city, to reduce pollution and to make freight transport companies contribute in a fairer way to the costs of the road infrastructure.

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Copyright MIVB/STIB

mobility Increased cooperation to maximise the number of satisfied MIVB/STIB...

After three years status quo the overall customer satisfaction of the MIVB/STIB travellers is on the rise in 2014. 70% of the travellers give the MIVB/STIB a score between 7 and 10. ‘The investments made by the Region are paying off’, says Brussels minister of Mobility Pascal Smet. ‘The travellers are more pleased than the previous years regarding the comfort, the connections ...

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BUUR / Arcadis Belgium

mobility Pascal Smet presents his plans for the Ninoofsepoort/Porte de Ninove

Pascal Smet, Brussels Minister for Public Works, spoke about his plans for the Ninoofsepoort/Porte de Ninove during an information meeting with the residents of this specific neighbourhood on January 29th. The railway tram will pass alongside the new park, without crossing it, as was envisaged in the original plans. Mr Smet obtained a change permit, a procedure without many formalities, so the ...

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Kabinet Smet

mobility CityDepot: kick-start in Brussels

CityDepot arrived in Brussels only four months ago and it has already convinced 800 companies to use its urban freight distribution services. The project keeps the big trucks out of the inner city by using small electric vans on the final part of the journey between supplier and shop. ‘Everybody wins with this system’, says Pascal Smet, minister of mobility. ‘The Brussels citi...

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