(Belga) SNCB has put an end to the temporary suspension of around a hundred trains which had been decided in early December due to a high number of employees absent due to illness or quarantine and returned on Monday to an offer of almost complete transport.
“In this way, the railway company wishes to guarantee its passengers a maximum offer in safe sanitary conditions”, explains the SNCB which, traditionally, slightly adapts its offer during the Christmas holidays (around 93% of the usual number of trains) . The return to an almost complete transport offer is made possible by an improvement in the sickness and quarantine figures among SNCB employees. In addition, seven of the 18 P trains (trains which run only at peak hours) to and from Brussels which had been suspended at the end of November are also put back into service. SNCB provides 3,800 train journeys per day. (Belga)