Faster trams on a dedicated route
Our CHRONO lines are tram lines which are only operated on dedicated routes. This means they do not share the road with other vehicles.
Travelling on a dedicated route offers several advantages:
- Higher frequencies
- Better respected timetables
- Almost no impact of congestion or traffic jams
The most comfortable trams
The CHRONO lines have been designed so as to make your journey as enjoyable as possible. Our vehicles are large and comfortable.
Pay directly in the CHRONO trams
No time to purchase a ticket? Here are two other payment options:
- Pay contactless. Pay € 2.10 by validating your bank card, smartphone or smartwatch.
- Buy a ticket from the tram driver Pay € 3.00 in cash.
Our 5 CHRONO tram lines
Line 3 operates the stops between Churchill and Esplanade, including Gare du Midi/Zuidstation, the city centre and Gare du Nord/Noordstation.
Line 4 directly links Gare du Nord/Noordstation and Stalle (P), including stops in the city centre and avenue Brugmann/Brugmannlaan.
Line 7 links Vanderkindere to Heysel/Heizel,and operates the eastern part of Brussels via the districts of the Bois de la Cambre, ULB/VUB and Josaphat park in Schaerbeek/Schaarbeek.
Other CHRONO lines
Line 8 connects Louise/Louiza (metro 2-6) and Roodebeek (metro 1), including stops on avenue Louise/Louizalaan and alongside the Sonian Forest, Drohme park and the parc de Woluwe/Woluwepark.
Line 9 operates the western part of Brussels, running from Simonis (lines 2-6) to Stade/Stadion, including the UZ Brussel hospital site.
Future CHRONO lines
We are continuously expanding our network and adding new projects in order to meet the need for transportation in our capital.
You like travelling by tram, but you love cycling even more? Discover our partnership with Villo!, the shared bikes within the Brussels-Capital Region.