Brussels North is Belgium’s busiest train stationSunday, 24 June 2018 11:04
The top five is completed by Ghent Sint-Pieters on 56,314, followed by Antwerp Central with 34,998. Wallonia comes into play at number seven with Ottignies, an important hub station with 22,567 passengers, still far behind Leuven on 34,267. Completing the top ten are Mechelen (20,886) Namur (20,156) and Bruges (18,506)
The SNCB, however, issued the figures with a proviso: the numbers are counted during a short period, usually in October, and rely on visual counting: some stations like Ottignies and Mechelen can serve as connections rather than destinations, which might mean passengers are being counted twice, for example at Mechelen and Antwerp. The authority says it is looking into a more accurate way of measuring passenger numbers digitally.
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