Several trains will be removed from the introduction of the transport plan in 2019 SNCB, 9 December, due to the work of the network. The station will no longer be served on certain routes and schedules will be changed, said Monday that the railway company in a statement. But there is good news for some travelers. On the line Antwerp-Brussels-Nivelles / Charleroi, the last two weeks of the train S1 will be limited to Brussels Midi from the project RER. And they will not serve the station Forest East, Uccle-Stalle Uccle-Calevoet, Linkebeek, Holleken, Sint-Genesius-Rhode, De Hoek, Waterloo, Braine-L & # 39; ALLEUD, Lille, NIVELLES and Obaix-BUZET, linking travelers to apply to the STIB or reader.
These trains will be diverted and will serve as South Charleroi through Luttre Courcelles-Moto, P and Marchienne-au-Pont. During the weekend, it will be the same for the last train S1 Antwerp Central (10:05 pm) -Brussels-Midi (11:21 pm) -Charleroi, but only in Luttre and Marchienne-au-Pont.
By August 2020, the last two IC train Brussels-Namur-Luxembourg will no longer flow more Libramont. These trains will no longer serve Marbehan station and Arlon.
The departure time of some trains IC, S and L should be adjusted between Liers and Liege-Guillemins between Liege-Guillemins and MARLOIE. Trains S41 Verviers-Central-Herstal will be temporarily limited Guillemins, where the match is scheduled for the 9 th minute in the center of Liège and Liers.
the departure time of the train L Libramont-Athus-Arlon Athus and adapted every Monday for maintenance work. It will differ from the rest of the week.
One Thursday of the month between 8:40 ET 3:20 pm, the work will lead to the replacement of all trains and buses between Mons Quévy, in both directions.
There are, however, some good news, which will be applied to them on December 9 said SNCB.
Thus, the frequency S2 Braine-le-Comte, Brussels and Leuven will be doubled in each direction on Saturdays train every 30 minutes.
On weekdays, the relationship S41 Guillemins-Verviers-Central (Angleur, Chênée, Chaudfontaine, Trooz, Fraipont, Nessonvaux and Pepinster) will be reinforced by two new rush hour trains (one in the morning, one at night).
The end of the work will allow full recovery trains L-Géronstère Spa-Verviers-Central-Aachen.
Finally, as recently announced, the entry into force of the new transport plan would mean a return to the communication service between Paris and Namur, Charleroi and Mons.
For convenience, travelers should seek communication channels (application site) SNCB to see the changes that affect them.