The municipality of Anderlecht has decided to test the concept of 'school streets' in front of five schools in its territory.

Belgian police to get radar guns

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 15:43
The chances of getting caught when speeding could rise with the delivery of the first handheld speed radar guns to Belgium's police departments later this year.
Carmaker Audi has lowered the 2019 production forecast for its Brussels plant where it builds the electric e-tron, by more than 10.000 cars to 45.242 units.
Two people were slightly injured on Monday during a fight at Brussels North Station, according to the Brussels public prosecutor.
After two years of work, both citizens and politicians have reacted positively to the reopening of De Brouckère square.
The Brussels Region has 1400 fewer on-street parking spaces than it had in 2016, despite the number of private cars remaining the same, according to recent figures.
A young man was stabbed on Monday evening in Place Sainte-Catherine in Brussels, according to the Brussels Capitale-Ixelles police.
Nearly 2,000 Belgian soldiers are said to have been exposed to toxic fumes while stationed in Afghanistan, De Morgen reported on Tuesday.
The Brussels North station will be sealed off in the evenings as part of a raft of new measures taken to improve the safety of the station.
Belgians would rather be in a traffic jam twice a day than take public transport to work.