Are the Park and Ride on the outskirts of Brussels the solution to relieve congestion in the Belgian capital? With our map, let’s see where we can get in 20 minutes.
With remote working, we could have hoped that rush-hour traffic in the capital would be a thing of the past. But this is still far from being the case, as a recent study by the newspaper Le Soir shows: the rush hour has indeed resisted the coronavirus.
VIAS noted that in late December, in its study on the impact of the health crisis linked to mobility, VIAS pointed out that nearly one out of two Brussels residents was afraid to take public transport, 1 out of 3 in Wallonia and Flanders.
While the Brussels government is working on a plan to reduce the number of on-street parking spaces by 65,000, one solution seems to be emerging: the Park and Ride parking facility.
Moreover, according to a new study done by Vias, released a few days ago, 3 out of 4 Belgians are in favor of more parking lots on the outskirts of the city.
Ceria, Anderlecht(1300 parking spots );
Lennik-Erasme, Anderlecht (675 parking spots );
Crainhem, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (194 parking spots );
Roodebeek, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (189 parking spots );
Herrmann–Debroux, Auderghem (104 parking spots );
Delta, Auderghem (386 parking spots );
Stalle, Uccle (380 parking spots ).
Where do I get to in 20 minutes?
But of course, when you’ve just parked your car, you want to be able to get to downtown easily and quickly.
Stoomlink’s map allows you to visualize in a few seconds the distance traveled in 20 minutes, thanks to public transportation.
Each P&R station has its own color and a starting point. Just click on the color of your choice to highlight one P&R station on the map.