On 20 September 1976, Brussels and public transport operator, STIB, opened its first metro line, serving 16 metro stations. Forty years later, the Brussels metro network comprises 4 lines and 59 stations, and continues to expand.
Based on this experience and to celebrate this 40th anniversary, Brussels Mobility, the STIB and UITP invite you to a scientific conference on metro stations as levers for the development of welcoming, connected, cosmopolitan and polycentric metropolis. International speakers will address both the history and the future of metro networks, as well as their impact on cities.
The event is open to all and free of charge. Translations will be provided in English, French and Dutch.
The International Auditorium
Boulevard du Roi Albert II, No. 5 / 2
Agnès Peter, UITP - firstname.lastname@example.org
Translations will be provided in English, French and Dutch.