Between Monday, 14 October and Monday, 11 November inclusive, Infrabel will be completing engineering works to upgrade infrastructure at Bruxelles-Midi. The works are indispensable for maintaining the safety and reliability of the rail service.

We are aware of the impact of these engineering works on travel for some of our passengers. That’s why we are doing everything we can to provide you with information and help you to find the best alternatives put in place to ensure that you can reach your destination.

During the week from the 14 October to the 8 November

Certain P trains (peak-hour) travelling to and from Bruxelles-Midi will be:

  • re-routed via Bruxelles-Schuman, Bruxelles-Ouest, Mérode and Schaerbeek
  • there will be limited or suspended services on all of their routes

What is the impact and alternatives for my region?

Brussels area – Antwerp (French version)
Brussels area – Antwerp (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Leuven – Hasselt – Liège (French version)
Brussels area – Leuven – Hasselt – Liège (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Ghent – Ostend/De Panne (French version)
Brussels area – Ghent – Ostend/De Panne (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Ghent – Aalst (French version)
Brussels area – Ghent – Aalst (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Dendermonde (French version)
Brussels area – Dendermonde (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Kortrijk (French version)
Brussels area – Kortrijk (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Tournai (French version)
Brussels area – Tournai (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Binche/Mons (French version)
Brussels area – Binche/Mons (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Charleroi (French version)
Brussels area – Charleroi (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Namur (French version)
Brussels area – Namur (Dutch version)

The weekends of the 1-2-3 & 9-10-11 November

Although alternatives have been organised, allow some additional travel time when travelling to, from and through Brussels.

In summary:

The routing of most trains passing through Halle, Bruxelles-Midi, Bruxelles-Central or Bruxelles-Nord has been altered:

  • most trains have been re-routed via other Brussels stations
  • connecting services to Bruxelles-Midi are planned, departing from Schaerbeek, Bruxelles-Luxembourg and Bruxelles-Nord
  • replacement SNCB bus services will be travelling between Halle and Bruxelles-Midi

What is the impact and the alternatives for my region?

To and from Brussels Airport-Zaventem (French version)
To and from Brussels Airport-Zaventem (Dutch version)
To and from the Coast (French version)
To and from the Coast (Dutch version)
To and from Wavre (Walibi) and the Ardennes (French version)
To and from Wavre (Walibi) and the Ardennes (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Ghent – Aalst – Lokeren (French version)
Brussels area – Ghent – Aalst – Lokeren (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Mechelen – Antwerp (French version)
Brussels area – Mechelen – Antwerp (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Hasselt – Genk (French version)
Brussels area – Hasselt – Genk (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Halle/ Geraadsbergen/ Braine-le-Comte / Binche/ Mons/ Tournai (French version)
Brussels area – Halle/ Geraadsbergen/ Braine-le-Comte / Binche/ Mons/ Tournai (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Nivelles – Charleroi (French version)
Brussels area – Nivelles – Charleroi (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Leuven – Liège – Landen (French version)
Brussels area – Leuven – Liège – Landen (Dutch version)
Brussels area – Namur – Dinant / Luxembourg (LU) (French version)
Brussels area – Namur – Dinant / Luxembourg (LU) (Dutch version)

These engineering works will also have an impact on the routing of international trains. More information is available via SNCB International

We thank you for your kind understanding.