The company on public transport decided last week that its buses will no longer stop in the basement of the Gare du Nord because of trouble.
All is well that ends well? The Flemish public transport company, which unilaterally announced last week that it will no longer serve bus stops in the basement of the Gare du Nord, until the problem of "insecurity" and "sewage" discovered to the site is finally resolved is about to unfold. We remind you that since Monday the De Lijn buses leaving Gare du Nord do not take and no longer place users at the stops located on Place Rogier and Progress Street, a few hundred meters from the station.
According to several well-informed sources in Brussels, De Lin’s representatives suggested that they should return to normal life during discussions with the Region "On Friday. "
At the moment, the Flemish public company remains more cautious, not denying the prospect of a more or less inevitable return to the previous situation. “At the moment I can only confirm that the discussions with the Region were constructive”, explains the spokesman for De Lijn. “But if there is a change, it will not be tomorrow, so as not to distract users from fear. "
The commitments made by the Region to change the opinion of De Lin are also unknown at this stage.