Buses from transport company De Lijn will resume service in their designated stops in Brussels’ Gare du Nord station on Monday from 10:00 AM.
In a statement on Sunday, the company said that commuters could expect to see their buses back in the station, which they stopped serving for several weeks since the start of May, from Monday morning.
Buses from both De Lijn and Brussels’ public transport operator STIB had stopped serving the station for nearly a month, due to complaints over cleanliness and concerns of possible spread disease from the migrants and homeless people that were living in the station for more than a year.
The station’s occupants were evacuated by authorities on Friday, following a weeks-long dispute between politicians, local authorities and public transport providers over the situation in Gare du Nord.
The Brussels Times