The Brussels-Capital Region has an extensive network of public transport. Train, tram, bus or metro, or a combination of these: you will always get to your destination quickly and easily. And often much more quickly than by car.
Public transport in Brussels is run by four different companies:
- The STIB (Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company) manages the Brussels tram, bus and metro network.
- The SNCB (National Railway Company of Belgium) manages the rail connections between all Brussels stations.
- De Lijn (the Flemish transport company) has bus lines between Brussels and neighbouring cities or municipalities in Flanders, with numerous stops throughout Brussels.
- The buses of the TEC (the Walloon transport company) run between Brussels and the neighbouring cities in Wallonia.
You can find timetables and fares on the various websites. Each company also has a module to calculate the best route, with all transport companies combined. You can find additional information about public transport in Brussels on the Brussels Mobility website.
Brussels Mobility is the administration of the Brussels-Capital Region responsible for equipment, infrastructure and mobility issues.