- published: 20 Sep 2015
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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.
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.
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...
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
Différentes annonces de terminus lorsque le M1 venant de Stockel est limité à Schuman pour être retiré du service.
REFUGEES BEHAVIOR - The forced collective suicide of European nations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXJz3kLM_WM Brussels, Belgium (CNN)Three explosions that ripped through Belgium on Tuesday killed at least 23 people, according to Belgian media, and raised the specter of terror once again in the heart of Europe. Ten died in a blast at a subway station, according to two Belgian broadcasters. The other 13 were killed, in addition to 35 injured, in two blasts at Brussels' airport, reported public broadcaster VRT. The Belgian Office of the King's Prosecutor described the airport blast, at least, as a suicide attack, according to state broadcaster RTBF. At least one explosion there happened outside the security checkpoints for ticketed passengers and near the airline check-in count...