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19th century

  • 25th May 1873: Inauguration of the first Flemish horse tram line between Antwerp (Meirbrug) and Berchem (St.-Willibrorduskerk)
  • May 28th 1884: Ratification of the Neighborhood Railways Act (National Company of Neighborhood Railways - NMVB)
  • December 26, 1898: The NMVB celebrates the 2000th kilometer of licensed neighborhood railroad.
  • April 24, 1899: Founding of the Compagnie Générale des Tramways d'Anvers (CGTA). It begins by purchasing the various Antwerp horse-drawn tramway companies.
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1914-1918

  • At the outbreak of the First World War, the CGTA has 14 tramlines, numbered from 1 to 14.
  • NMVB: In spite of all the protests of the different administrations and authorities, the occupying forces started from 1915 onwards to remove the rolling stock and to break up the lines. A total of 450 locomotives, 1950 carriages and boxcars, and 4700 freight cars were taken away, i.e. almost the pre-war effective rolling stock. All the copper and almost the entire stock of railroad materials - including 200,000 new sleepers and 4,700 tons of new rails - were also requisitioned. Year by year, the local network was shrinking. In November 1918, of the 4096 kilometers operated, only 1865 km remain intact.
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1920s and 1930s

  • 1923: Competition for the Neighborhood Railroad. Entrepreneurs see that the buses can offer a better service than the slow steam streetcars. Moreover, the NMVB no longer runs on all routes. At first the competition is "wild," but soon the operators must have a provincial license. If the line runs through more provinces, they have to apply to all the provinces. The enduring deputation issues the authorization for 10 years.
  • 1939: The NMVB streetcar network is at its height on the eve of World War II. The network was 4756 km long. The Buurtspoorwegen operated 4526 km, the leaseholders 231 km.

Overijse eerste NMVB-bussen - 1925

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1940-1945

During the dark war years, the streetcars of the Local Railways are the preferred means of transport. Countless Belgians travel with the streetcar and smuggle goods such as vegetables, potatoes, meat, cheese or butter with it. In October 1942, the occupying forces announced their intention to break up the neighborhood lines. About one thousand kilometers of local lines were to be transferred to Ukraine in three stages (starting in December 1942). However, the NNCB refused to designate the lines to be broken up. The occupying forces then made their own choice, based on the receipts.

It was only in the spring of 1943 that the occupying forces entrusted Belgian contractors with the task of demolishing a first series of lines (429.2 km). Some of the material was piled up. At the beginning of 1944, the order is given to proceed with the second phase. The material of the first phase had not even left at that time. Because liberation was in sight, the second phase did not go ahead.

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1950-1978

  • Gradual conversion from streetcar to bus. At the end of 1969, there were still 966 km of streetcar lines in NMVB management and 11.7 km leased lines.

    Brugge Stadsbus 118 - 1951 Chevrolet-Jonckheere Foto J Bazin

  • 1958: World Fair in Brussels. The bus operators' federation creates the National Company of Belgian Autobuses and Autocars (Namaba). It sells tickets and operates two bus lines between the Exhibition grounds and respectively Vilvoorde Campsite and the Eden Complex in Wilrijk.
  • 15 March, 1961: Incorporation of the Ghent Intercommunal Transport Company (STIB)
  • October 10, 1962:

    Foundation of the Company for the intercommunal transport in Antwerp (STI)

    Antwerpen Fr Rooseveltpl 1962 - Reeks 2030-2039 Long

  • 01 January 1963: The MIVA takes over the streetcar and bus network from the TAO. The 52,25 km long tramnet counts twelve lines. The bus network, also twelve lines, accounts for 80,32 km. There is also a trolleybus line of 7.124 km
  • 25 May 1968: The province of Antwerp waves out the last "farmer streetcar": line 61 crossed out between Antwerp (Fr. Rooseveltplaats) and the Lindenlei in Schoten. The late cabaret artist Wannes Van de Velde bids farewell to the streetcar with his bagpipes on the Franklin Rooseveltplaats.
  • 01 September 1977: The NMVB takes over the bus services from the ‘Nationale Maatschappij van Belgische Spoorwegen’ (SNCB).
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August 8, 1988

With the Special Finance Act, Flanders becomes responsible for urban and regional public transport, with the exception of the railroad network (SNCB)

Antw St -Jansplein Gelede bus 5774 1984 Foto Eric Keutgens

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1990-1996

  • 31 July 1990: Decree establishing the Vlaamse Vervoermaatschappij (VVM) appears in the Belgian Official Journal of 27 October 1990 and regulates the establishment, structure, capital, administrative bodies, operation, control, budget, transitional provisions and entry into force of the company. The articles of association of the VVM appear in the Belgian Official Journal of December 21, 1990. The decision of the Flemish Executive approving the VVM Statutes was dated 24 October 1990.
  • December 31, 1990: The licences of the STIB, the STIB and the NMVB expire. The STI, STIB and the Flemish part of the Neighbourhood railroads merge into the Vlaamse Vervoermaatschappij. Commercial name: De Lijn
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  • 1 January 1991: From now on we have the monopoly of city and regional transport (streetcar, bus, pre-metro) in Flanders.
  • July 6, 1996: For the first time we bring young people home after Rock Werchter. Together with the SNCB we want to give young people a helping hand and avoid traffic chaos in and around Werchter and Leuven. This initiative came about in collaboration with the town of Leuven, the communities of Rotselaar and Haacht, the police services and the organizers of Rock Werchter.

Vervoer naar evenementen

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2001-2003

  • September 22, 2001: We win the international prize for regional transport. At its conference in Bern, UITP (Union Internationale des Transports Publics) presented its first UITP Regional Transport Award to De Lijn.  
  • The UITP justified its choice of De Lijn as follows: 

    "De Lijn is the result of the merger of the public transport companies of Antwerp (MIVA) and Ghent (MIVG), and the Flemish part of the former Neighborhood Railways (NMVB). With the merger of these three separate partners into an integrated network of city, suburban and regional transport - each with its own type of rolling stock (from streetcar to dial-a-bus) - and in a political climate that has changed dramatically as a result of federalization, De Lijn has succeeded in significantly increasing its passenger numbers."

  • May 5, 2001: Official opening of the Flemish Tram and Bus Museum in the listed Groenenhoek streetcar shed, Diksmuidelaan 42, in Antwerp-Berchem by Steve Stevaert, Minister Vice-President of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for Mobility, Public Works and Energy in the presence of numerous guests.
  • November 20, 2002:We order 47 low-floor streetcars. With this order we want to further renew our vehicle fleet and meet the demand for greater capacity.
  • 19 December, 2002: Start of shipment of 1.1 million Omnipass 65+ (the former 65+ cards). With the Omnipas 65+, the over-65s in Flanders can take the bus and streetcar for free throughout Belgium.
  • 23 December, 2002: For the first time in our history we round the 300 million passenger mark. The 300 millionth traveler is Mieke De Haeck, a 36-year-old woman who has had a season ticket for seven years. Minister Steve Stevaert promptly honored her as the 300 millionth traveler. She has been proclaimed an honorary traveler for life.
  • 08 May, 2003: International prize "The Third Secretary General Award" in Madrid. With this prize, the UITP world federation awards the Jump ticket, the ticket that allows passengers to travel around the networks of the four companies in Brussels. The jury praised the initiative as an example of integration of four companies operating in three different regions and dealing with four public authorities.
  • June 30, 2003: Presentation of the Pegasus plan 2003-2025. In East Flanders, Flemish Brabant and Antwerp we want to invest 1.1 billion euros in an extensive bus and streetcar network that should continue to guarantee mobility to and from the large urban cores. A streetcar on the Antwerp Singel, the commissioning of the Antwerp pre-metro, the expansion and extension of the Ghent streetcar network, a fast network of 21 bus lines to and from Brussels and Leuven are part of the plan.
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2004

  • 15 January, 2004: To underline its commitment to sustainability, on 15 January we signed the UITP (Union Internationale des Transports Publics) Sustainable Development Charter. As a pledge signatory, we promise to pay maximum attention to sustainable and environmentally conscious techniques, materials and processes in all our business processes.
  • 20 February, 2004: Flemish Minister-President Bart Somers opens the new headquarters in Mechelen. The Lijnhuis is built on a historic site, namely the site where Ragheno trains, streetcars and buses were built in the 19th and 20th centuries.
  • 05 April, 2004: Launch of De Lijninfo, one information number for all your questions. People can come to De LijnInfo with all sorts of questions about De Lijn: requesting travel information (timetables, routes, connections), requesting certificates and publications, reporting lost objects, customer reactions and general questions (tickets, opening times of Lijnwinkels, etc.).
  • 17 November, 2004: The board of directors approves the purchase of 142 new buses. This purchase has a value of 31.1 million euros. It concerns 62 articulated regional buses, 42 regional buses, 22 city buses and 16 city buses.
  • 08 December, 2004: Flemish Minister of Mobility, Equal Opportunities and Social Economy Kathleen Van Brempt and Ingrid Lieten, Director General of De Lijn present the Spartacus plan to the Limburg municipalities. The Spartacus Plan is a future plan for integrated and sustainable public transport in the province of Limburg.

Spartacus

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2005-2006

  • March 31, 2005: The Spartacus plan can count on European support. With the Spartacus plan, we want to raise the quality of public transport in Limburg to a level where it can offer a fully-fledged alternative to individual car traffic within a period of 10 years.
  • 22 April, 2005: To take a clear stand against discrimination, the Bus and Coach sector launches a non-discrimination code. With this code, the participating companies - including De Lijn - commit themselves to fighting against discrimination and exclusion in all aspects of their operations.

    By signing the code, the sector makes four commitments:
  1. stimulating integration of disadvantaged groups
  2. aligning education with the labour market
  3. lifelong learning and competence management
  4. mobility in and towards the labor market
  • September 5, 2005: The Antwerp pre-metro stations Meir and Sport are 100% accessible for wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility (blind people, partially sighted people,... ). As a result, the shopping axis Meir and surroundings and the Sportpaleis are now accessible to everyone by streetcar.
  • 23 September 2005: Following a successful trial with a bus running on pure vegetable oil (PPO), we will be running seventy additional buses on PPO: twenty in 2005 and fifty in 2006. Vehicles running on pure vegetable oil do not release any additional CO2 into the atmosphere.
  • October 19, 2005: The Board of Directors approves the purchase of 99 new buses at a cost of 19.9 million euros. Fuel consumption was an important award criterion for the contract. All buses have air conditioning and an environmentally friendly Euro 4 engine, and are wheelchair accessible.
  • December 7, 2005: At the beginning of 2006, we are equipping a further 92 buses with particulate filters. This raises the number of buses with this environmentally friendly technology to 579.
  • March 1, 2006: Two thousand newsagents and supermarkets now sell De Lijn tickets and bills. Through a greatly expanded presale network, we want to reduce sales on the vehicle in order to be able to drive more punctually.
  • July 14, 2006: Actieplan Action plan 'Safe on the road - Passengers and staff on the same page'. With this integrated action plan, we want to make maximum efforts to increase the safety of our passengers and personnel. The eye-catchers of the plan are the tenfold increase in the number of cameras, the deployment of 214 extra people and extra training for our staff.
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2007-2009

  • March 30, 2007: To put a stop to antisocial behavior, we are launching a new passenger code. Anyone who deliberately hinders or endangers travellers, employees or De Lijn equipment risks a fine that can run up to 500 euros. The new fines are part of our safety plan.
  • 14 March 2007: Flemish hybrid bus running on hydrogen is a world first. This bus emits no harmful substances, and is also very quiet. By supporting this project, the Flemish Government wants to assume its pioneering role in the field of technological progress and environmentally friendly public transport. As from June 18, the bus will be used on the line from Lier to Antwerp.
  • September 6, 2007: Together with Proximus we are launching a pilot project in which travellers will be able to buy their ride via SMS. Thanks to this mobile ticketing system, we want to be able to drive more punctually by reducing the sale of tickets with the driver. With this system, we are the first transport companies in Europe to launch mobile ticketing commercially. The system of direct payment via the cell phone operator, without prior registration, is a first for public transport in the Benelux. In Germany, for example, the user still has to pay by separate bank transfer.
  • October 5, 2007: Passengers can now purchase a season ticket via the website. In this way we want to increase the ease of use for our subscribers.
  • February 19, 2008: Five months after the launch of SMS ticketing, 100 000 SMS tickets have already been sold.
  • June 18, 2008: To increase passenger satisfaction and attract new travelers, we invest 12 million euros in modernizing our travel information. The pillars of this are real-time information and clear communication.
  • July 25, 2008: We launch 1.7 million new points of presale. Anyone with a computer with an Internet connection can now buy tickets online in De Post-La Poste's eShop and have them delivered to their home by the letter carrier. With this pilot project, we are responding to our travelers' demand for an expansion of pre-sales.
  • December 5, 2008: e-Government Award for the online sale of season tickets.
  • December 23, 2008: For the first time in our history, we transported 500 million passengers in one year. This makes 2008 the best year since our inception in 1991.
  • February 17, 2009: On Tuesday, February 17, the city of Mechelen gets the scoop on the first shelter with renewed stop information. The pillars of this are information in real time and the use of colors.
  • 21 September, 2009: We are reintroducing front boarding. With this measure we want to increase the sense of security and reduce the number of black riders and aggression cases.
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2010-2015

  • January 30, 2010125 years of Coastal Tram. For more than a century, the Coastal Tram has played an important role in the sustainable development of a wide region.
    Mr Roger Kesteloot, Director General: 

"Without the Coastal Tram, the coast would undoubtedly look completely different. How, we will never know. What we do know for sure is that the arrival of the streetcar meant an acceleration in the development of the coast. And the same will be true for the future. [...] Our work is not yet finished. And that is precisely what makes it fascinating. In the past, De Lijn's employees have played a major role in the development of the streetcar and the coast. Our staff are also ready to help ensure the continued progress of the streetcar along a livable coast in the future. Together towards the future!"

Geschiedenis van de Kusttram

  • January 31, 2010: Passengers will be able to pay for their ride by cell phone throughout Flanders from Monday 1 February 2010. The SMS ticket was developed together with the mobile operator Proximus and extensively tested in Antwerp and Ghent.
  • 14 September 2011: Travelers with a smartphone can now plan their route on the bus, streetcar and train anytime, anywhere. To better inform our passengers, we are launching an application for the iPhone, a mobile route planner and a portal for all travel information applications.
  • September 23, 2011: On the proposal of Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Hilde Crevits, the Flemish Government has opted for an electric express streetcar between Hasselt and Maastricht. This streetcar line could eventually attract 3.2 million passenger trips per year.
  • November 12, 2011: 20 years of belbus. On 12 November 2011, it will be 20 years since the first belbus appeared on the streets of Flanders. Belbuses were introduced to serve passengers in sparsely populated areas.
  • December 4, 2011: The project 125 years Coastal Tram wins the first edition of the Heritage Award Province of West Flanders.
  • 12 April 2012: Passengers can now also plan their ride using Google Maps. With the new free application we want to make it easier to take the bus or streetcar and also attract new travelers. Google Maps can be consulted on both computers and smartphones.
  • August 6, 2012: Purchase of 48 streetcars approved. This concerns 20 long low-floor streetcars for Antwerp and Ghent and 28 low-floor streetcars of the latest generation for Antwerp. This is the largest purchase of streetcars ever.
  • December 3, 2012: Our website obtains the AnySurfer label. This means that the information on our website is usable for everyone, including people with a visual impairment or motor disability.
  • 24 September 2013: We start distributing the MOBIB card to 1.2 million Flemish people over 65.
  • February 20, 2014: The procurement process for 146 new accessible streetcars is underway. This is the largest order of streetcars ever. With the investment, we want to replace the current Coast streetcars and small streetcars at the request of Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Hilde Crevits, and provide additional streetcars for the expansion of the streetcar network. In addition, by November 2014 we expect the first new accessible streetcars from orders already placed. 10 of these will go to Ghent, 38 to Antwerp.
  • 24 September 2014: At the Innotrans trade fair in Berlin, we presented our first new streetcar for Ghent and Antwerp. This is an extra-long low-floor streetcar of 43 meters, which is about a third longer than the Hermelin streetcar, good for 315 passenger seats. The streetcar is part of an order for 48 streetcars. The contract has a value of 128.6 million euros. It involves 20 extra-long streetcars and 28 regular streetcars. The vehicles were built by Bombardier, Antwerp-based Axel Enthoven designed the streetcar. He also already signed for the design of the Hermelijn streetcar and vehicles for the Brussels transport company STIB.
  • 1 December 2014: Since December 1, the world's quietest and cleanest buses have been running in the north of the province of Antwerp. The 5 hydrogen buses produce no harmful emissions and are extremely quiet. Because there is no combustion process, the bus does not emit harmful substances such as CO2 (causes greenhouse gases), NOx (acid rain and harmful to health) and fine dust. From the exhaust comes only pure water vapor. Due to the absence of a diesel engine, the hydrogen bus is also virtually silent. A buzz is the only thing you hear. The bus seats 94 passengers and has an autonomy of 350 kilometers. That is comparable to a diesel bus. The buses run north of Antwerp because they refuel at a refueling facility in the port.
  • April 28, 2015: 40 years ago, the metro first ran in Antwerp. Over the past decades, more metro tubes were built than are in use today. Since April 18, 2015, a metro finally runs through the 'Giant Pipe' under Turnhoutsebaan in Borgerhout. Streetcar 8 runs this way from Astridplein to the park-and-ride zone in Wommelgem. The new Zegel pre-metro station was also put into service underground and Astrid at the Astridplein was extended and renovated. On the day of the opening there was a large public event on and around the Turnhoutsebaan in Borgerhout with lots of music, historic streetcars, a flea market, children's entertainment, etc. Finally, leading up to the opening, there were tunnel walks through the Reuzenpijp. Twenty thousand visitors, spread over 6 days, visited the Reuzenpijp between the Astridplein and the Zegel station on foot.
  • May 11, 2015: The new extra long streetcar (type Flexity 2) will henceforth be called Albatros. The name was chosen from more than 3 000 submissions. Gentenaar Gunther Govaert came up with the name, which refers to the way the eponymous bird floats silently and effortlessly through the air.
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2016-2019

  • February 20, 2016: The Flemish government has given the green light for a €27 million investment in 131 buses. The contract goes to the Flemish manufacturer VDL from Roeselare. The first new vehicles will be put into service in the autumn. All new vehicles are equipped with Euro VI engines, the cleanest diesel engines on the market. When the new buses are delivered, all 2200 buses will have a particulate filter. These very much limit the emission of the harmful particulate matter.
  • July 13, 2016: From 2019, we will only purchase buses with an alternative drive, provided the technology is up to scratch. This includes hybrid buses, buses on hydrogen and on electricity. This means the end of the classic diesel bus. With the decision, the board of directors wants to accelerate the greening of the fleet and ensure that by 2025 only green buses will be operating in urban environments.
  • September 19, 2016: From now on you can pay for your ride via a smartphone app. With the m-ticket, a new digital ticket, we want to make it easier to take the bus or streetcar and reduce the amount of cash on drivers' hands.
    The m-ticket is even easier than the SMS ticket, because you no longer need to remember a code and application number. One movement on the screen of your smartphone is enough, sometimes with a PIN code as security. Because no telecom costs are charged, the m-ticket is 15 cents cheaper than an SMS ticket. To be able to request an m-ticket, you must first install the app of an m-ticket provider and register. Once that is done, you can use a smartphone to request an m-ticket.
  • March 24, 2017: We have commissioned a new rail safety system. This ensures that streetcars in the premetro do not drive too fast or ignore signals, thus avoiding collisions. The new rail security system LijnGUARD took the torch from the previous system, which has been in use for 42 years. LijnGUARD ensures that the 815 streetcars per day can safely travel through the dark premetro tunnels and avoid collisions. A track safety system monitors both the distance between two streetcars, their speed and the respect of signals.
  • April 20, 2017: In Antwerp, Ghent and Leuven, we will test electric buses that are charged at their terminus. The board of directors has given the green light for three times two buses and the corresponding charging infrastructure. If everything goes smoothly, the buses will start running at the end of 2019.
    The electric buses will operate exclusively in an urban environment. They should be able to run for about 50 minutes, good for 20 kilometers.
  • June 13, 2017: The board of directors has re-awarded the order for 24 low-floor streetcars to Spanish constructor CAF (Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles). This is the first of possibly 7 tranches, representing an investment of 295 million euros in 146 new streetcars. This tender of 146 streetcars is the largest ever in our history and is much needed. The streetcars are an alternative to traffic congestion in the major cities and replace the old Coast streetcars and PCCs.
  • September 6, 2017: Bus and streetcar passengers will now get seats in recuperation leather. After a positive test in the new Albatros streetcars, we are permanently exchanging the fabric upholstery for recuperation leather. This material is more comfortable and easier to maintain. The board of directors has approved a budget of 1 925 000 euros for five years for a gradual changeover. The seat covers will be found in newly purchased vehicles.
  • Spring 2018: With 'Mobile Monday,' we're encouraging people to choose combo mobility at least one day a week.
  • April 20, 2018: The country's first self-driving bus is coming! Together with Brussels Airport, we will test an autonomous shuttle at the airport. In 2019 on the manufacturer's premises, from 2020 also at the airport.
  • 9 December 2019: We order 200 green buses from constructor VDL. With the order we are greening and rejuvenating our fleet. After delivery, almost one in three buses will be green.
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2020

  • June 22, 2020: The very first brand new CAF Coastal streetcar enters our site at Nieuwpoortsesteenweg in Ostend.
  • July 1, 2020: It is no longer possible to use magnetic tickets on our buses and streetcars.
  • November 11, 2020: The Flemish Government appoints De Lijn to take on the role of internal operator for bus and streetcar traffic in Flanders for the next few years as well.
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