Ecolo revives Brussels Express Network ProjectThursday, 24 January 2019 15:20
To get there, the alderman thinks of STIB, the Brussels transport company, which could operate trains on the Infrabel network. "SNCB does not do it because of budgetary issues. One can well imagine the STIB buying rolling stock. We would then have a real opportunity to quickly offer a public transport alternative to the private car on existing networks."
Ecolo-Groen is not against the underground, he points out. "We are just giving our opinion. We have serious reservations about the consequences that such an ill-thought construction site (the north/south metro project, Ed.) may bear on the lives of residents, merchants, and other businesses on Avenue Stalingrad and in its area."
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