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“Too many people still use their car for short distances”

Andrew Bates spoke with Pascal Smet, Minister of Mobility and Public Works for the Government of Brussels- Capital Region, about the city’s progress in persuading its citizens to move away from their private cars
Pascal Smet, Minister of Mobility and Public Works for the Government of Brussels-Capital Region
Photo: Brussels-Capital Region

What are the main obstacles preventing Brussels from getting more citizens out of their private cars and onto public transport?

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