Brussels: Smet wants large bus station for buses to Morocco

In high season there are on average 50 buses to Morocco from Brussels.

The absence of a large bus station that bus drivers often Park in the Stalingrad Avenue or in the surrounding streets. This causes the blocked car traffic in these streets, reports the Belgian regional newspaper, quoted by the Dutch-speaking LaCapitale.

Brussels Mobility Minister Pascal Smet has devised a solution for now. Sahay will in consultation with the city of Brussels, a parking space available on the Stalingrad-Avenue or at the Fontainas square. Most travel agencies that offer bus tickets for Morocco, are located in this town.

In line with this parking would only serve to baggage loading and unloading. The passengers could get in and out near the MIDI train station, where also another parking lot for must be found.

In the long run considering the Brussels Minister of mobility the building of a large bus station in the region.