Concrete blocks protect 22 Belgian stations

BRUSSELS – At the entrances of 22 major stations in Belgium are provisional concrete blocks placed. The precaution is to prevent a vehicle a station can enter. There is no specific reason for stresses is nmbs / SNCB.

It is intended that the blocks will later this year be replaced by retractable pillars. The costs are estimated to be 1.6 million euro. The procurement procedure.

The decision was taken some time ago in consultation with the government. In one of the largest stations, Brussels-South, travellers have been a while between concrete blocks by walk to come in.

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