Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters responds to the 'news' that she is in favor of variable ticket prices and more expensive tickets. The option of variable ticket prices was included in the memorandum of the Flemish Transport Company De Lijn that was drawn up following the elections of 2019.
Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters today gave a text and explanation in the Flemish Parliament about the placement of the Flemish mobility center. On Friday, April 2, the Flemish Government took the substantiated award decision, after which a waiting period began that imposes restrictions on communication. On April 20, 2021, the Council of State announced that there is a candidate for the operation of the mobility center
Lydia Peeters, Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works, invests heavily in smooth and safe traffic. Central to this are investments in cycling infrastructure, road safety and sustainability. Tongeren is also reaping the benefits of this. With the construction of the N730 bicycle tunnel and tackling the bicycle paths in Baversstraat, Lydia wants to
Lydia Peeters, Flemish Minister for Mobility, wants to roll out the basic accessibility decree with effect from 1 January 2022. In Antwerp, the new tram network will be put on hold in anticipation of additional tram devices. After many conversations between Minister Peeters and concerned citizens and citizens' movements from tram 7 and tram 4
The Mobility Center 'Adapted Transport' (MAV) is a central contact point where persons with reduced mobility can go for specific mobility and transport questions in the field of accessible and adapted transport. Flemish Minister of Mobility Lydia Peeters supports this specific mobility center with 1,33 million euros. The roll-out of basic accessibility is foreseen