Brussels' core mobility objective is to move away from a car-centric culture and towards other mobility solutions.

It is a city focused on improving air quality and reducing dependence on private cars.

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Very strong culture of private vehicle commuting.

Using incentives to change behaviour. On the smoggiest days, public transport and bikeshare services are free.

The number of ride and bike-sharing start-ups increasing.

Half of Belgians have concerns about potential safety of CAV.

Trust in more traditional organizations, such as established car manufacturers, is twice as high as in technology companies.

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No centralized authority - transport management devolved to 19 municipalities.

Automated solutions to and from Brussels and the airport are being piloted.

Staggered implementation of low emission zoning will incentivize EV adoption.

Testing of CAV, including Level 5 enabled but still controlled by humans, now allowed on public roads, governed by a code of practice.

Smart city and open data initiatives in place.

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MOBIB smartcard supports integrated ticketing and payment across the metro, buses and trams.

Brussels Smart City Initiative includes smart ticketing and real time transport data.

Extensive investments to increase public transport capacity.

Enabling technology for 5G being rolled-out from 2020 onwards.

Ring road will be reconstructed.

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