Stib, Tec and De Lijn have issued a warning to their customers regarding the day of trade union action on Wednesday 21 September. On the rail, the SNCB does not expect a major disruption.
Lhe Brussels transport company has announced that it is planning disruptions to its network on September 21, due to the national demonstration organized by the unions for purchasing power.
Several trade union organizations in the country are calling for mobilization on Wednesday, September 21. A rally is planned on the Place de la Monnaie. “This action will have an impact on the circulation of STIB buses, trams and metros”, announces the Brussels public transport company.
Those who can are invited to use alternatives to public transport to get around or choose to telecommute.
Nevertheless, it is difficult for the moment to have a precise idea of the disturbances, according to the STIB. But “as far as possible, the most frequented lines will be favored as well as the coverage of a maximum of districts. »
All real-time information will be available on the website www.stib.brussels, the mobile application as well as on social media Facebook and Twitter of the STIB. It will also be possible to call customer service on 070 23 2000.
Disruptions in Wallonia
Elsewhere, for Walloon public transport, the TECs, it has been reported that the trade unions have filed a notice concerning the agents who will participate in the mobilization day, as reported by RTBF. “Disturbances are therefore to be feared on the TEC network”, thus announce the TEC.
In Charleroi, several routes have already been canceled on a large part of the lines in the region. The list of lines affected can be viewed here.
At TEC Liège-Verviers, major disruptions are also planned. Lines (15, 40, 42, 45, 47, 91, 156, 285) are deleted. Others (2, 3, 9, 10, 22, 23, 27, 32, 41, 46, 53, 56, 61, 81, 82, 87, 97, 122, 146) will experience disruptions. In addition, as the situation is likely to change, travelers are invited to check the lists of routes. In the province of Luxembourg, the deleted lines are announced here.
At TEC Namur-Luxembourg, a list of 8 pages of courses deleted in the province of Namur is already available.
A list of route deletions is also available for Walloon Brabant.