What is STIB in Belgium?

What is STIB in Belgium?

The STIB, founded in 1954, is the first urban public transportation company in Belgium.

What time does the metro close Brussels?

The “Métro de Bruxelles” opens during the weekdays at 5:30 am and closes at midnight. On Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, the metro runs from 6 am – 12 pm. Some lines like 3 and 4 run from 5 am onwards.

How do you pay for the tram in Brussels?

You can pay for your trip using your contactless bank card (debit or credit), smartphone or smartwatch. Every STIB bus, tram and metro station is equipped with a specific contactless payment device. This device supports any bank card with the contactless logo.

How late do trams run in Brussels?

Most open at 6 am and run until midnight. You can check the timetable of a specific tram line on the STIB website: STIB.

How much is the tram in Brussels?

1-hour ticket costs €2.10 and 24-hour time ticket costs €7.50. You must validate these by using the machine inside the vehicle. You can also buy a MOBIB card, load it with ‘tickets’ and then use it inside the vehicle. It costs €5 and can be bought at the ticketing office.

Can I use my bank card to pay on the bus?

Contactless cards If your bank card shows the contactless payment symbol, you can use it to pay as you go straight away. You’ll pay an adult rate fare. Many contactless cards issued outside the UK can be used to pay as you go for travel (overseas transaction fees may apply):

Why is Brussels not safe?

Beware of pickpockets. Pickpocketing is the biggest risk for tourists in Brussels, just as it is in any other big city. So be extra careful on public transport and in the busy areas. Watch out for distractions and be extra careful when there’s any commotion all of a sudden – thieves often operate in groups.

How long is the STIB card in Brussels?

If you have a “Brussels Card + STIB”, you can access all STIB buses, trams or metro lines for 24, 48 or 72 hours in the Brussels Region.

Where are the STIB bus stops in Belgium?

The STIB has 69 Bus routes in Belgium with 1601 Bus stops. Their Bus routes cover an area from the North (Vilvoorde) with a stop at Kerk Vilvoorde to the South (Beersel) with a stop at Lot Station.Their most western stop is Clemence Everard (Brussel) and the most eastern stop is Hippodrome / Hippodroom (Zaventem). Do you work for STIB?

Where can I get public transport in Brussels?

Public transport (STIB) If you have a “Brussels Card + STIB”, you can access all STIB buses, trams or metro lines for 24, 48 or 72 hours in the Brussels Region. Most of the lines operate between 6am and midnight. Please note! For more information about tickets and routes visit www.stib.be or call 070/23.20.00.

How many tram lines does the STIB have?

The STIB aims to be a responsible company, i.e. is capable of meeting its own economic, social and environmental challenges and contributing to those of the Brussels-Capital Region. In 2019, the STIB made 433.5 million journeys. The STIB network comprises 4 metro lines, 18 tram lines, 50 bus lines and 11 night bus lines.

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