🚨 APEEE & Police Collaborate to Check all Running Buses 🚌

Thanks to a close collaboration with the Montgomery Police Zone and Brussels Mobility, the APEEE Transport of Bxl II organised a surprise check at the Woluwe site targeting bus drivers and their vehicles. We are pleased to inform you that this check was a success, with more than ten buses checked and only one vehicle stopped for administrative reasons (missing document).

Aiming at further enhancing the safety of our students during their trips, we are pleased to note that bus companies attach great importance to safety. We are convinced that this initiative will have a positive and lasting impact on the safety of children.

We would like to thank the police and Brussels Mobility for their collaboration and support throughout this operation, as well as our partners (companies and drivers) for submitting to the checks without contestation.

We are very happy to share this good news with you and hope that it will strengthen your trust in our commitment to the safety of your children.

❗📢 Please note a national demonstration is organised on Thursday 5th October 2023. The STIB informs its passengers that disruptions are to be expected. Impact on road traffic is expected and delays of school buses are to be expected.

Please note, our buses will run as normal, but delays are expected.

We will inform you live by sms if significant delays are expected.

Therefore, we apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused.

Transport Team of the APEEE Bxl II


EEB2 Woluwe & Evere sites will reopen tomorrow (18/10). The APEEE Services (bus/cantine/periscolaire) will run normally.