The SNCB 2019 transport plan will remove some of the trains installed on December 9, due to the network's work. The stations will not be served on some lines and the schedules will change, says Monday in a statement by the railway company. But it's also a good news for some travelers. In Antwerp-Brussels-Nivelles / Charleroi, during the week, the last two S1 trains will be limited to Brussels-Midi for the RER project. Therefore, Forest-East, Uccle-Stalle, Uccle-Calevoet, Linkebeek, Holleken, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, De Hoek, Waterloo, Braine-L & # 39; Alleud, Lille, Nivelles and Obaix-Buzet stations can not be binding. passengers to go to Stib or TEC.
These trains depart from Charleroi-Sud to Luttre, Courcelles-Motte, Roux and Marchienne-au-Pont. On weekends, the last train will be S1 Antwerp-Central (22h05) -Bussels-Midi (23h21) -Charleros, but only through Luttre and Marchienne-au-Pont.
Until August 20, the last two IC Brussels-Namur-Luxembourg trains will no longer be able to go beyond Libramont. These trains will not be the stations of Marbehan, Arlon and Luxembourg.
The departure time for some IC, S and L trains must be adjusted between Liers and Liège-Guillemins and Liège-Guillemins and Marloie. The S41 Verviers-Central-Herstal trains will be temporarily restricted to Liège-Guillemins, when Liège and Liers are planned for 9 minutes.
L Libramont-Athus-Arlon and Athus-Luxembourg departures have been adjusted for maintenance for Monday. It will be the rest of the week.
Thursday Thursday from 8:40 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the work will replace all the buses between Mons and Quévy.
Good news, however, which will be applied from the 9th of December, emphasized SNCB.
In this way, the S2 Braine-Le-Comte-Brussels-Louvain frequency will double in all directions on Saturday, a train in 30 minutes.
During working days, the S41 Liège-Guillemins-Verviers-Central contact (Angleur, Chênée, Chaudfontaine, Trooz, Fraipont, Nessonvaux and Pepinster) will be strengthened in two new hours in the leading hours (one in the afternoon).
The end of the work will allow the recovery of the L-Spa-Géronstère-Verviers-Central-Aachen trains.
In the end, as recently announced, the strength of the new transport plan will return to the service of Paris and Namur, Charleroi and Mons.
Certainly, travelers have been invited to consult the SNCB communication channels (application, site) to see changes that affect them.