The planned action by unions on Wednesday is expected to cause inconvenience at De Lijn and public transport company STIB in Brussels. No routing is expected.
Unions mobilize for affordable energy and higher wages. A demonstration will be held at Muntplein in Brussels on Wednesday morning, followed by a demonstration.
Drivers from De Lijn and STIB are also expected to take part in the show. De Lijn is already working on an alternative service. The public transport company said six out of 10 buses and trains would already be operating. In the province of Antwerp, 56 per cent of buses and trams will be running, in East Flanders 67 per cent, in Flemish Brabant 63 per cent, in Limburg 56 per cent and in West Flanders 66 per cent. In Antwerp and Ghent, this proportion will be 44 and 52 per cent, respectively. Six out of ten coastal tram lines will operate.
On Monday evenings, the revised services can be consulted on the website or via the De Lijn app.
Brussels public transport company STIB also expects disruption. To what extent is still difficult to estimate. She promised that the carrier would keep travelers informed throughout the day.
NMBS says no disruption to the pathway is expected.
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