With an SNCB agreement, your employer is able to offer your a commuter rail season ticket that can be combined with the bus, tram, metro and/or parking. Opt for a tailor-made option that is ideally suited to your needs, and choose a sustainable, environmentally friendly and relaxing means of transport.

  • The majority of your train pass (an average of 67% for a 2nd class pass) and of your supplement (an average of 71.8%) is legally required to be reimbursed by the employer. So you can take unlimited trains between home and office for an average of 33% of the cost of a 2nd class pass. If your employer enters into a third party payer agreement for commuting with SNCB, you only have to pay your own part at the time of purchase and no longer have to advance the full amount.
  • Free travel to work? For employees from the private sector, there is the possibility of a free train pass, possibly supplemented with a free STIB/MIVB supplement. This depends on what your employer offers. To travel to work free of charge, your employer needs to conclude a third-party payer agreement for commuting with SNCB. Employees of the Federal Government can also apply for a free train pass, possibly supplemented with a free STIB/MIVB supplement.
  • If your employer has concluded a third-party payer agreement for B-parking with SNCB, you can also park entirely free of charge in B-Parking pay car parks at the station (subject to availability). Parking at (smaller) stations is often free of charge.
  • Contact your HR or mobility manager for the possibilities.
For more information about commuting by train, you should contact your HR or Travel officer.

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