"The dangerous and dirty Brussels-North station is jeopardizing De Lijn's services If Brussels does not intervene quickly, De Lijn will not come looking for travelers," threatened Flemish Minister of Mobility Ben Weyts. But now the case is sealed by the sale of the North Communications Center, a huge building located in Gare du Nord, which feeds the lust of the world of property. Here we have all the ingredients of a biscuit that in itself crystallizes the complexity of Brussels.
Mr Ben Weyts, the Flemish Minister for Mobility, is not happy and hits the table. "The buses of the Flemish company" De Lijn "will not stop at Gare du Nord if nothing is done to resolve the inconvenience they face," he just announced. It has to be said that the situation has been stuck for more than a year. Due to the inherent complexity of the capital and these many levels of power, but also due to a sale that is slow to materialize … for 7 years.