No trains will be running in Brussels on Monday morning. Neither will they run in the Flemish Brabant province and Wallonia. This is due to a third day of strikes, the SNCB said around 5.30am. Traffic is running as normal in the other provinces, apart from the trains heading to the capital. Since Sunday evening, trains have been stopping on the outskirts of Brussels, especially in the Louvain, d’Ottignies, d’Enghien and Braine-le-Comte stations.
No convoys are running between Antwerp and Malines.
In the rest of the country, traffic is running as normal, apart from that heading towards Brussels. No trains are running between Namur and Brussels, or between Liège and the capital. On the Charleroi-Brussels line, trains are stopping at Braine-l’Alleud.
Traffic along the Wallonian peninsula is running normally.
The SNCB does not exclude the possibility of delays or trains being cancelled in provinces not affected by the strike movement this Monday.