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Routes & Stops

Routes & Stops

APEEE Bus Service

The APEEE offers a bus service to bring pupils to school from the nearest stop to their home in the morning and back in the afternoon. There is one service in the morning, which aims to arrive at school between

  • 07:50 and 08:15  in Woluwe
  • 8:00 and 8:25 in Evere

The APEEE also offers two departures in the afternoon in Woluwe, at 15:30 and 16:20 (the 16:20 service is reserved for secondary students only). And one departure at 15:30 in Evere. On Wednesday afternoon there is a single departure time at 13:00 for both sites.

APEEE bus routes serve the key neighbourhoods in which pupils live. The service is not able to serve all locations in Brussels or throughout Belgium and therefore it is important that if parents wish to use the service they first check where we operate.

The costs of the APEEE Bus service are paid directly to the APEEE by the EU institutions for qualifying parents. Parents who do not qualify for this staff benefit and for parents of maternelle pupils for whom the EU institutions do not pay transport costs, must cover these costs themselves and are invoiced by the APEEE.

Criteria for Bus Routes and Bus Stops

The APEEE bus services operates within budget constraints therefore can only provide services on routes which have sufficient number of pupils to cover the costs. Consequently, the APEEE is unable to offer a bus service to areas which are home to very few pupils.  

For these reasons the APEEE bus service only uses vehicles with 50 seats and they have to be fully occupied for all the routes in order to cover the costs.

The APEEE applies a maximum journey time per route of one hour under normal traffic conditions

This is considered by the APEEE to be the maximum reasonable time a pupil can be expected to spend during a bus journey from a well-being perspective.

Be aware that travel times are longer for buses than cars and even if the distance may not be a great number of kilometres in a car, the factor taken used in calculating routes is the time the bus takes and not the actual distance.

New bus stops on existing routes can be requested by parents. However the policy of the APEEE requires to plan all routes in order to balance the distance from pupil’s home to the bus stop with the need to bring all pupils to school in a reasonable time. Additional stops add to everyone’s journey time thus accepting new bus stop request will only happen in exceptional circumstances.

Map Showing Bus Stops

Pupils and parents must arrive at the bus stop 5 minutes before the scheduled arrival or departure time.

Bus routes and timetables are drawn up in the beginning of each school year on the basis of the number of pupils registered, requests for new stops and other factors.

The routes, timetables and stops may have changed since the previous school year. Parents will be informed in writing in advance of any change. 

Please note, that the complete bus line and timetable are not visible to the public for safety reasons. However, you can send a message to the transport team to request it. Once your registration is accepted, you will see the timetable in your Secured Zone. To know the schedule of a different bus, do not hesitate to send a message with the bus code to our Transport Team  or 

Exceptional Weather Conditions

During the winter, a Snow Plan is put into action when the state of the road network makes it necessary to adapt the bus routes and replace the usual bus stops. Parents are informed each year of the new snow plan.

📢 Urgent Notice – Woluwe Canteen Menu Modified Due To Technical Issue

We would like to inform you that due to an unforeseen technical issue with our kitchen equipment, the Woluwe canteen team has to cancel next week’s planned menu. The canteen team is actively working to find an alternative solution and is exploring options to ensure that your child continues to receive meals until the technical problems have been resolved. 

Monday 11th March
Pepinettes pasta with Bolognese sauce (allergens: gluten from wheat, milk, celery)
Tuesday 12th March
Vol au vent with wheat (allergens: milk, celery, gluten from wheat)
Wednesday 13th March
Peaches with tuna (allergens: fish, egg, mustard, sulphite), assorted raw vegetables, bread (allergens: gluten from wheat)
Thursday 14th March
Lamb gyros (allergens: celery), white cabbage salad (allergens: sulphite), pita bread (allergens: gluten from wheat) garlic sauce (allergens: milk)
Friday 15th March
Sweet corn salad, smoked bacon, lentils with carrots
Biscuit (allergens: gluten from wheat, egg, milk)

Please note that due to the change in menu for next week, there are changes in the announced list of allergens.

Please note that for the pupils registered to the afterschool childcare services of the European Commission, there are no changes to the published menu.

To keep you informed, we will be updating the canteen menu on our website. You are invited to visit our website.

We understand the inconvenience this may cause and sincerely apologise for any disruption to your child’s meal arrangement. We thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to


Friday 19/01/2024 afternoon for departures at 15:30 and 16:20  


Updated on 19/01/2024 – 11:50