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The Belgian government has promised low fares and free parking to regular train users.
Budget minister Johan Vaned Lanotte said that rail company SNCB owned 35,000 parking spaces and only charged for 30 percent of them. He wants that to change and these car parks freely accessible to those with rail passes. Occasional travellers will have to pay. He also said he wanted fares to stay low, with low price rises for commuters and higher price rises only on tickets sold to infrequent passengers.
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