Inter-federal Mobility agency rejected by regional governmentsSaturday, 05 January 2019 19:55
Mr Bellot says that at the moment “everyone is working away on their own little island”. For example, he pointed out that Flanders is enlarging the Brussels ring-road while Brussels wants to reduce the number of lanes. At the same time, Wallonia is calling for vehicle stickers to be introduced and Flanders wants a kilometre tax.
The Brussels and Flemish regional ministers remain sceptical.
Pascal Smet says the proposition “would tell regions what they have to do” and would make “Belgium a sort of Daddy figure”. “I think it would be a tactical error”, he says.
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