Car Free Sunday in Brussels on 18 September 2022

On Sunday 18 September, Brussels will make way for the car-free Sunday. In very exceptional cases, between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., you will encounter motorised vehicles on the public highway. Our Sunday market will be open as usual but can only be reached on foot, by bike, by taxi or by public transport (bus or metro). Clemenceau and Delacroix are the closest metro stations (lines 2 and 6). There are interchange car parks on the outskirts of the city. Traders who travel by car must have a pass (maximum speed 30 km/h). As a resident of Brussels, you must apply for this pass to your own commune or, if you do not live in Brussels, to the commune of Anderlecht (tel 0800/91070). Normally, together with the police Zone South, we organise a guided departure towards the Ring Road in the afternoon. More information about the car-free Sunday and all aspects of mobility can be found here

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