Brussels Mobility is set to appoint 15 agents who will be responsible for the management of ride-sharing vehicles in the city.
The newly appointed agents are individuals already working for Brussels Mobility, reports BX1.
This news comes as the new Brussels Minister for Mobility, Elke Van den Brandt, faces pressure to come up with a solution to the growth of ride-sharing vehicles in Brussels, reports SudInfo.
Brussels Mobility authorities announced on 1 September a list of 26 streets on which e-scooters and dockless bikes were no longer allowed to be parked in the city.
The Brussels Times