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Anderlecht hub
urban neighbourhood hub - large
The Anderlecht mobility hub will be designed during the SmartHubs project.

The Anderlecht mobility hub will be designed during the SmartHubs project.

Operation Start (Year)


Hoofdstedelijk gewest, Anderlecht
Brussels, Belgium
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Physical Integration
Level 1 (target: Level 3)
Definition Level 1 (Acceptable walking distance to shared and public transport): At least two shared transport modes in acceptable walking distance to public transport and at least one service (e.g., shop, parcel locker, kiosk) in acceptable walking distance. Minimum legal inclusive design requirements are considered
The modes of transport are at different ends of the square without any shared signalisation or integration. The metro station and the stationary bike sharing are 200m and 130m from the hub, respectively. Implementation will most likely occur after the end of the SmartHubs project.
Digital Integration
Level 1 (target: Level 1)
Definition Level 1 (Integration of information): Multimodal travel planners can be used to plan mobility offerings at hubs. Minimum inclusive design requirements are considered such as simple and intuitive app design.
There is no single digital platform that offers access to all mobility providers in Brussels. The Brussels public transport operator MIVB/STIB is currently testing a MaaS app that includes many (but not all) mobility providers. Furthermore, mobility is a regional competence in Belgium, so (not) aligning the different transport operators is a political decision
Democratic Integration
Level 0 (target: Level 2)
Definition Level 0 (No involvement): No involvement or consideration of stakeholder interests and user needs.
Implementing a mobility hub in Brussels requires the cooperation of many political actors as well as transport companies. It might therefore be difficult to reach a very high level of inclusive design.
Brussel Mobiliteit / Bruxelles Mobilité (public)
Regional ministry for mobility in the Brussels Capital Region.
Spatial facilities

Public transport stops; parking for people with disabilities.

Other Functions

Townhall; bank; small shops.

Mode Distance

Relatively nearby PT stops and parking accomodation

Neighbourhood Characteristics

lower socio-economic status, high migrant population Language Barriers

Visibility and Branding

presence of branded pillar

Research Projects


stationary carsharing
Provider: Cambio
public transport
Provider: MIVB/STIB
public transport
Provider: MIVB/STIB
two-wheeler sharing (free-floating/geofenced)
bike sharing
Provider: Lime
two-wheeler sharing (free-floating/geofenced)
step/kick scooter sharing
Provider: Bird
two-wheeler sharing (free-floating/geofenced)
step/kick scooter sharing
Provider: Dott
ride sharing
Provider: Uber
ride sharing
Provider: Heetch
two-wheeler sharing (stationary)
bike sharing
Provider: Villo!

Mobility-related Services

car parking
parking private car
parking (lockable)
parking (e)bike

Additional Services

every day items


122,000 in 2021
1,220,000 in 2021
Local Governance

Municipality of Anderlecht

Local Administration:

  • Mobility Office Municipality of Anderlecht
  • Alderwoman for Urban Development, Civil Engineering, Mobility, Parking, Public Space, Networks (Susanne Müller-Hübsch, Groen)

Local Networks:

  • BruLocalis
  • Association of Cities and Municipalities of the Brussels-Capital (BAS)
  • Network of Mobility Managers Brussels
  • CIVITAS, POLIS, Eurocities (Capital Region of Brussels)
Regional Governance
Capital Region of Brussels
Regional Administration:
  • Brussels Mobility
  • Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety (Elke Van den Brandt, Groen)
Regional Public or Private Stakeholders:
  • Public Transport Provider STIB/MIVB
  • Additional PT provider: SNCB/NMBS, De Lijn, TEC
  • Regional Mobility Commission
National Governance
  • Public Service for Transport and Mobility
  • Belgian Institute for Road Safety (IBSR)
Local or regional transport development plans
"Good Move" Regional Mobility Plan 2020-2030
Time frame of document: 2020-2030
Author: Brussels Mobility
Date: 2021-03-25
Main characteristics:

The Good Move plan takes part in the city sustainable development planning. It was developed in a participatory process, that started in 2016. It includes a regulatory framework as well as an action plan. It divides into six strategic focuses:

  • good neighbourhoods (mobility management in neighbourhoods, quality of life for inhabitants)
  • good network (organise transportation networks and efficient service)
  • good service (provide integrated services)
  • good choice (guide individual and collective choice)
  • good partner (ensure partnership governance)
  • good knowledge (update and evaluate mobility data)

Important regulations and buzzwords are:

  • "STOP"-principle (hierarchy of transport modes: pedestrians, bike, PT, cars)
  • speed limit of 30km/h in regional area
  • multimodal specialisation of routes
Policies regarding multimodality or mobility hubs:

Multimodality is described as one of six mayor levers to be improved. The plan mentions the implementation of strategic changing points that should follow certain standards and should be measured due to user satisfaction and other parameters.

Other related transport policies
Local mobility contract for the network of Cureghem/Kuregem ("Contrat Local de Mobilite de la maille « Cureghem »") (upcoming!)

The local mobility contracts are planned as part of the "Good Move" Regional Mobility Plan. They define circulation schemes on detailed district level in order to define what kind of modes and traffic should be on which streets. Additionally, the plan includes an action plan how to realise, finance and organise the implementation of the new schemes. The plan for Curegem includes the territory of the municipality of Anderlecht.