Spontaneous bus strike halts Transfer into Brussels

Several bus lines getting to Brussels from the southern outskirts of this city have ground to a stop, bringing disturbances into people network since De Lijn bus and employees drivers take an unannounced strike on Tuesday.

The strike, ongoing, broke at approximately 7:00 AM from the public transport company’s transport bus depot at Dilbeek along with Meerbeke, into the east of their inner city belt.

Several transport lines to Brussels have completely ceased their services as a consequence of the strike (116, 117, 118, 126, 127, 128 and 129), causing disturbances to lines 136 and 137, according to a statement by the organization.

The causes behind the strike aren’t yet known, agents from the business believed to social networking.

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