Blog: Physical presence and modal shift

The Brussels government has set its sights on big post-pandemic changes to tackle air pollution in the Belgian capital. Could it herald a revolution for the notoriously congested European quarter?

by Robert Hodgson
A mural reading 'The Future Is Europe' near Maelbeek metro station in the European quarter of Brussels. The regional government is seeking to ban ICE vehicles entering the city by 2035. Photo: Thierry Monasse/Getty Images
A mural reading 'The Future Is Europe' near Maelbeek metro station in the European quarter of Brussels. The regional government is seeking to ban ICE vehicles entering the city by 2035. Photo: Thierry Monasse/Getty Images

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