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The Brussels Metro is a rapid transit system serving a large part of the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium. It consists of four conventional metro lines and three premetro lines. The metro-grade lines are M1, M2, M5, and M6 with some shared sections, covering a total of 39.9 kilometres (24.8 mi), with 59 metro-only stations. The premetro network consists of three tram lines (T3, T4, and T7) that partly travel over underground sections that were intended to be eventually converted into metro lines. Underground stations in the premetro network use the same design as metro stations. A few short underground tramway sections exist, so there is a total of 52.0 kilometres (32.3 mi) of underground metro and tram network. There are a total of 69 metro and premetro stations as of 2011. Most of the...
The Brussels Metro is a rapid transit system serving a large part of the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium, EU. It consists of four conventional metro lines and three premetro lines. The metro-grade lines are M1, M2, M5, and M6 with some shared sections, covering a total of 39.9 kilometres (24.8 mi), with 59 metro-only stations. The premetro network consists of three tram lines (T3, T4, and T7) that partly travel over underground sections that were intended to be eventually converted into metro lines. Underground stations in the premetro network use the same design as metro stations. A few short underground tramway sections exist, so there is a total of 52.0 kilometres (32.3 mi) of underground metro and tram network. There are a total of 69 metro and premetro stations as of 2011.
The Brussels premetro- and tramline 3 connects the stop Esplanade (on the borders of Neder-Over-Heembeek, Laken / Laeken and Strombeek-Bever) with the stop Churchill in Ukkel/Uccle. The line was temporarily disbanded, but returned in service on 30 June 2008. The colour of the line is lime-green. Route: Esplanade - Meise - De Wand - De Wand - Araucaria - Braambosjes - Heembeek - Van Praet - Werkhuizenkaai/Quai des Usines - Mabru - Jules de Trooz - Masui - Thomas - Noordstation/Gare du Nord - Rogier - De Brouckère - Beurs/Bourse - Anneessens - Lemonnier - Zuidstation/Gare du Midi - Hallepoort/Porte de Hal - Sint-Gillis Voorplein/Parvis de Saint-Gilles - Horta - Albert - Berkendaal - Vanderkindere - Churchill. The line is named 3, after the originally planned metro line 3, which was planne...
An explosion was heard at Maalbeek metro station at around 8.30am. A Belgian transport officer said that 20 people were killed in the blast. The Belga News Agency reported that gunshots were fired beforehand and shouting in Arabic was heard. At least 20 people have reportedly been killed in an explosion at a metro station in Brussels.
Différentes annonces de terminus lorsque le M1 venant de Stockel est limité à Schuman pour être retiré du service.
Residents of Brussels are still mourning the dead from terrorist bombings in the city’s airport and the downtown Maelbeek Metro station. The city is slowly trying to get its transit system back to normal, but many Belgians are still struggling to feel safe. RT America’s Simone Del Rosario has this special report. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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Transport in Brussels - Belgium World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Brussels - Belgium Travel guide http://bit.ly/HPaiOv Public transport: The integrated public transport network in Brussels is operated by Société des Transports Intercommunaux Bruxellois - STIB . Many metro stations display the works of local artists. With comfortable seats, the service is pleasant even during rush hour. The underground prémétro is a fast way to travel between Gare du Nord, Place de Brouckère, Bourse and the Bruxelles-Midi Eurostar terminal Tram and bus stops are indicated by red and white signs respectively. The route number and destination are displayed on the front of the vehicle and all stops are request stops. Passengers get on at the front of buses and off at the rear. Brussels' ...
Various clips of trains and stations on Brussels Metro lines 1 and 5. 0:00 - An example of a Brussels Metro destination sign at Maelbeek Station. The red lights indicate the current locations of trains. 0:16 - A Metro Line 1 train to Gare de l'Ouest arrives at De Brouckère Station. This station has one of the largest gaps between the train and the platform, so blue and white flashing lights were installed below the gap to alert passengers of this. 0:36 - A Metro Line 5 train to Erasme arrives and departs at Merode Station 1:27 - A Metro Line 1 train to Stockel arrives at Maelbeek Station. 1:47 - At the busy Arts-Loi Station, a Metro Line 1 train to Stockel arrives on the other platform, and then a Metro Line 5 train to Erasme arrives and departs on the near-side platform. Recorded on...
This is an animation of how the Brussels automatic metro could look like when it will be in service on lines 1 and 5 in 2018. This project, called Pulsar, is currently being prepared. These images do not necessarily give an excact representation of what this future metro will look like.
If you are in Brussels and need to get around, chances are that you'll be making use of the buses, trams and Metro. To do that you only need one ticket, which you can buy from a ticket office or from one of the automatic machines. I had a comment on one of my blog posts that the machine wasn't intuitive to use, so here is a very short video explaining and showing you how. For more information on how to find your way around and plan your trip see http://www.brussels-blog.co.uk/how-to-use-the-stib-journey-planner/
Deadly explosions rocked Brussels, Belgium, airport during morning rush hour as passengers were checking in for their flights. Authorities believe the explosion was from a suicide attack. Shortly after that, there was an explosion at the metro near the heart of the city. Footage from the scene shows an evacuation on the nearly pitch-black train tracks. More: http://on.mash.to/1S3eAi0 MASHABLE NEWS ON YOUTUBE Subscribe: http://on.mash.to/SubscribeNews Breaking news, stunning sights and incredible stories from around the world. New videos posted daily. MASHABLE NEWS ACROSS THE WEB Mashable.com: http://on.mash.to/1GZyzig Facebook: http://on.mash.to/1XKcRmJ Twitter: http://on.mash.to/1LMzvpg Instagram: http://on.mash.to/1MCRcvd