Brussels Minister of Mobility Pascal Smet was not well received by shop owners of the high-end shopping Sablon neighbourhood, who asked him to leave as he was campaigning for the upcoming elections.
At the moment, there are no longer transmigrants and homeless people at the North station in Brussels.
City transport buses and some vehicles will be able to drive through Place Fernand Cocq, in the Ixelles municipality of Brussels, as of Friday, when a ceremony to mark the near-end of renovations is set to take place.
A legendary Brazilian Indigenous chief has kicked-off the 18th edition of the Youth for Climate marches in the Belgian capital, where he delivered a speech to climate activists for the latest edition of the youth-powered movement.
A ban on polluting vehicles inside the Brussels region’s Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) has led to an accelerated improvement of air quality levels over a six-month period, a report by Brussels Environnement showed.
The Flemish Agency for Roads and Traffic will carry out work on the outer ring of Brussels at the Strombeek-Bever interchange in the direction of Jette from 20 to 25 May.

A guide to Brussels Pride this weekend

Thursday, 16 May 2019 13:08
The Belgian Pride parade will take place on May 18 in the capital, and is expected to impact vehicle traffic as well as bring some public transport lines to a halt for a large part of the day.
Sven Gatz (Open Vld), Vice Minister-President of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for Brussels' Affairs and Culture has launched a campaign to promote multilingualism with youngsters.
Flemish Minister of Mobility Ben Weyts (N-VA) on Thursday took to Twitter to denounce the action of the Christian trade union at Skeyes, which led to the closure of the airspace in the morning.
Brussels Airlines holds Belgian air traffic control centre Skeyes responsible for the damage suffered, which is at least 4 million euros.