Disruptions in public transport in Brussels on Wednesday

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 08:15
The services of Stib were disrupted Wednesday morning because of the national demonstration for pensions.
Only two metro lines were in service around 6 am, seven tram lines and seven bus lines, indicated the Brussels public transport company on its twitter account.

Trains are expected to run normally on Wednesday. Additional transports having even been prepared to route the demonstrators to Brussels where a rally is expected around 10 am at Gare du Nord.

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