Despite the coronavirus pandemic and the measures brought in to curb the virus’ spread Mobility Week and the Car-Free Sunday are going ahead, albeit with some changes to ensure that events are as corona-safe as they can possibly be.
This year Brussels' Car-Free Sunday is focussing on smaller, local events.
As in previous years all motor vehicles, other than buses, taxis and those with a special permit, will again be banned throughout the Brussels-Capital Region from 9:30am until 7pm on Sunday 20 September.
The large-scale events in the city centre that are traditionally associated with the Car-Free Day won’t go ahead this year. Instead numerous smaller events are taking place at locations across the 19 municipalities that make up the Brussels-Capital Region.
The Car-Free Sunday coincides with the 32nd edition of the Brussels Heritage Days. The theme of this year’s Brussels Heritage Days is colour.