Public transport disrupted by the national demonstration this Friday
Due to the national demonstration organized by the unions, public transport will be disrupted this Friday. As a result, public transport will be severely disrupted in Wallonia and Brussels. This mainly concerns TEC buses and the Brussels STIB network. A protest will take place in Brussels on Friday 24 September 2021 (from 10 am to 4 pm). Traffic will be adapted between the Brussels-North station, over the small ring road and the central avenues, to the Brussels-Midi station. A large number of buses are canceled in Hainaut, Luxembourg, Charleroi, Namur and Liège. In Brabant-Wallon, 81.5% of buses will be running today. The complete list of deleted trips can be found on the Tec website.
SNCB does not foresee any impact on rail traffic.
Due to the national protest on Friday 24 September 2021, Brussels South Charleroi Airport wishes to inform passengers of possible disruptions. It is therefore strongly recommended to arrive at the airport three hours before departure.
STIB has asked travellers and commuters to look for other solutions to get around in Brussels on that day and to keep an eye on real-time information regarding bus, tram and metro services.