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Car Free Day 2020 - Sunday 20 September

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Car Free Day 2020 - Sunday 20 September

Car-Free Sunday will take place on 20 September 2020.

In Brussels and across Europe, at the same time, Mobility Week is being organised. A week to get to know and use alternative ways of using the car in the city: train, bike, tram, bus, skates...

Car-Free Sunday will apply to everyone. With the exception of taxis, public transport, coaches, emergency services, police forces and people with a pass.
Vehicles authorised to circulate on that day in Brussels will have to respect the maximum speed of 30 km/h. The entire Brussels Region will be closed to traffic from 9.30 am to 7 pm.

To obtain a pass, you must apply to your local authority.

 

Re-open EU : des infos sur les voyages

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Re-open EU : des infos sur les voyages

"Re-open EU": a new web platform for the safe recovery of travel and tourism throughout Europe. It will provide real-time information on means of transport and tourist services available in the Member States, as well as practical information on travel restrictions, public health and safety measures. Aimed primarily at tourists, it can also help you to plan your professional trips safely.

Covid-19: printable posters

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Covid-19: printable posters

To help you restart shootings during Covid-19, screen.brussels provides printable posters to make the various adjustments on-set easier: general info, masks, hand washing, etc. Don't forget to write down the contact details of your internal "Covid manager"!

Available in EN- NL-FR.

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Coronavirus (Covid-19)

To prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19), the film commission office will be closed until 3 April. We remain available by e-mail and phone during this period. All pending requests and new applications will be processed.

We ask productions currently working in Brussels to keep us informed, via their locations managers, of the cancellation or postponement of projects. This will allow us a clear overview of the situation and to think about possible solutions.

We invite everyone to strictly follow the guidelines issued by the government.
More information:
https://screen.brussels/en/fund-cluster-film-commission-business/news/coronavirus-covid-19-and-its-impact-audiovisual-sector
https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/

 

25-26/09, 15-16/10 and 10-11/12/2020 - European Summit

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25-26/09, 15-16/10 and 10-11/12/2020 - European Summit

On 25 and 26 september, 15 and 16 october and 10 and 11 december , a European Summit of the Heads of state and Government of the European Union will be held in Brussels in the buildings of the Council of the European Union, at the Rue de la Loi. A safety zone will be set up. Only authorized persons can enter this zone on foot.

 

Am I affected by the Low Emission Zone

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Am I affected by the Low Emission Zone

Since January 1st 2018, in order to improve air quality and therefore public health, the use of the most polluting vehicles is prohibited in the Brussels LEZ. The regulation affects cars, vans ≤ 3.5 tonnes, and buses and coaches, whether registered in Belgium or abroad.

Affected vehicles : https://www.lez.brussels/en/content/affected-vehicles

Exemptions:

Filming with a drone

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Filming with a drone

Filming with a drone requires authorization from the DGTA and that of the municipalities concerned, which are competent to authorize take-off, landing and shooting in the public space.

In practice :
1. Obtain an agreement from DGTA, Directorate General of Air Traffic (SPF mobility).
2. Obtain the authorization of the administrative authority of the city / town.

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