Belgian city plans congestion charge for cars: Report

A 3-euro charge for access to the center of the city between 6 am and 10 am could bring revenue of 323.7 million-euros per year to the city of Brussels.
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| Updated on: 09 Oct 2020, 02:07 PM
File photo of traffic used for representational purpose (AP)
File photo of traffic used for representational purpose (AP)

The capital region of Brussels may introduce a congestion charge for cars accessing the center of the city, La Libre Belgique reports, citing plans of the local administration.

The pilot scheme could be introduced as early as next year, and may cost each each driver as much 2,500 euros ($3,000) a year, according to estimates of local lawmaker André Antoine, the newspaper says.

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A 3-euro charge for access to the center of the city between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. could bring revenue of 323.7 million-euros per year, according to the scenarios run by the regional government, while a 12-euro tariff would catapult the annual proceeds to 1.2 billion euros.

(Also read | Berlin mulls mandatory bus tickets to get cars off the streets)

The capital of Belgium, which also hosts the main institutions of the European Union and NATO’s headquarters, is notorious for its traffic jams during peak hours.

First Published Date: 09 Oct 2020, 02:05 PM IST
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