Tervueren Festival this Sunday: here are the expected disruptions

From Mérode to Chien Vert, the streets will be busy for the Tervueren festival. On the program: shows, stalls, flea markets, entertainment, and traffic jams.

From Mérode to Chien Vert, the streets will be busy. This party will cause traffic jams.

Here is what you need to know about transport in the capital, according to Stib:

Buses 27 and 80 are diverted via Schuman and Diamant stations, all day.

Buses 61 are diverted from the Chasseurs Ardennais stop to the Schuman station, all day.

Trams 81 make their terminus at Merode, from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Buses 27

Buses 27 are diverted via the Schuman and Diamant stations: direction Pléiades, between the Parc Léopold and Georges Henri stops, and direction Luxembourg, between the Georges Henri and Froissart stops.

The Nerviens, Gaulois, Merode, Montgomery and ICHEC stops are not served.

The correspondence with the metro lines 1 and 5 is at the Schuman station.

Buses 61

Buses 61 are diverted from the Chasseurs Ardennais stop to the Schuman station.

The Jamblinne de Meux stops have been moved to the Gueux stops of buses 21 and 79. The Wappers, Chevalerie, Merode and Montgomery stops are not served.

The correspondence with the metro lines 1 and 5 is at the Schuman station.

Buses 80

Buses 80 are diverted via the Schuman and Diamant stations before 4 p.m., towards Haren, between the Parc Léopold and Georges Henri stops, and towards Porte de Namur, between the Georges Henri and Jourdan stops.

After 4 p.m., they will be diverted between the Leman and Georges Henri stops.

The stops Nerviens, Leman (before 4 p.m.), Gaulois, Merode, Montgomery and ICHEC are not served.

The correspondence with the metro lines 1 and 5 is at the Schuman station.

Trams 81

From 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., trams 81 make their terminus in Merode, at a temporary stop in Avenue des Celtes.

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