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Liège, Charleroi, Antwerp and Ghent will have new railway connection


From 3 September Belgian rail operator SNCB extends its suburban “S-Train” network to the four cities outside Brussels.

Commuters can buy a City Pass giving unlimited rail travel plus access to the local TEC or De Lijn bus network, costing around €50 per month.

The project was nicknamed Angelic, based on the first letters in Antwerp, G(h)ent, Liège and Charleroi.
Brussels’ S-Train network launched in 2015. It is made up of 700 trains a day serving 143 stations in Brussels.


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