Metro lines 2 and 6 re-open

The Brussels public transport company MIVB has re-opened lines 2 and 6 of the Brussels metro. The lines that encircle the centre of the capital had been closed since Tuesday’s terrorist attack in a Brussels metro train. Currently just 38 of the 69 metro stations are open between 7am and 7pm.
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Trams and busses are running as normal with the exception of bus routes 12 and 22.

The following metro station are open from 7 am to 7pm.
Line 1: Stokkel, Kraainem, Alma, Roodebeek, Tomberg, Montgomery, Merode and Schuman on the east side of the closed stretch of line. Central Station, De Brouckère, Graaf Van Vlaanderen, Beekkant and West Station on the west side.

Line 5 Herrmann-Debroux, Delta, Petillon, Merode and Schuman on the east side and Central Station, De Brouckère, Graaf Van Vlaanderen, Beekkant, West Station, Jacques Brel, Sint-Guido, Bizet, Coovi and Erasmus. Replacement busses have be laid on between Schuman and Central Station.

Line 2: Ribaucourt, Rogier, Kruidtuin, Madou, Troon, Louiza, Hallepoort, Zuidstation, Weststation, Beekkant and Simonis.
Line 6 as line 2 plus Belgica, Bockstael, Stuyvenbergh and Koning Boudewijn.

The underground trams stops Sint-Gillisvoorplein, Lemonnier, Anneessens and Beurs are closed on lines 3 and 4. The Boileau and George Henri underground tram stops.