The Government of Brussels on Thursday approved “Good Move”, a regional plan that lays out the main directions of a drive to beef up mobility while respecting the environment and improving safety for the next 10 years in the Belgian capital.
About 53.7% of workers in Brussels used public transport to go to work in 2017, according to the third report of the Brussels Environment department on business transport plans.
Amnesty International activists on Thursday symbolically placed the U.S. Statute of Liberty in a cage outside the U.S. Embassy in Brussels to protest against the detention of asylum seekers and the separation of families by U.S. authorities.
For the elections on May 26, voters in Brussels will get to see both the Dutch-speaking and the French-speaking parties in the electoral college for the Brussels and European elections on their voting machine screen.
Simply crossing the road continues to claim victims in Brussels.
The Brussels public prosecutor has opened an investigation into an attack in Anderlecht on Monday and in which a 32-year-old woman was seriously injured.
Exit 8 in Wemmel, on the Brussels Outer Ring, will be removed in forthcoming redevelopment plans of the Flemish Government. The municipality of Wemmel applauds the decision, but Jette protests.
'Mama Leather', the leading figure of a notorious Nigerian prostitution gang in Brussels, has received a lighter punishment in the Court of Appeal than first expected.
A delegation of farmers will participate in Thursday’s climate march in Brussels, the Fédération Wallonne de l'Agriculture (FWA) announced on Wednesday.
On Wednesday morning, Brussels-Mobility workers began installing bollards to protect the cycle path on Avenue de Jette, three days after a fatal accident occurred in the area.