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  • Brussels-Capital Region : WMS BruGIS for INSPIRE data

  • Brussels-Capital Region : Brussels-Capital statistical areas are grouped to form the districts of monitoring. Monitoring the neighborhood is an urban observation tool to help track and understand the evolution of Brussels districts in different aspects (demographic, social, health, economy, housing, mobility, quality of life, participation, ... ) to improve the efficiency of urban policy and help guide public and private investment in urban renewal ...

  • Brussels-Capital Region : The street ends are located along the public roads. The entity "Streetside" (or street) is shown with a line and a centroid (point near the line). They are drawn on the interface between two pieces of street or at the interface between a piece of street and a block. The street sides connected with galleries and local roads are exceptions to this rule. They are drawn along pieces galleries and local roads. Within the blocks The road sides are complemented by two short line segments at their ends (= geographical entity "SILIMIT" without any alphanumeric information). These lines are directed towards the inside of the housing blocks. The centroids of the street sides are drawn within the blocks, at the center of it. They serve as a focal point for the text of the address ranges.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : toponymy public spaces is the name of : - Highways; - Areas of water; - Green areas; - Cemeteries.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : the territory of the Brussels-Capital Region is divided into six local police zones each including several municipalities.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : entity "rail line" is the track layout railway or tramway. The distinction between rail railway and tramway track is included in the same name of the entity (RW = TW = Railway and Tramway). A concept level is also specified in the name of the entity (ground level = 0, M = P = lower level and upper level)

  • Brussels-Capital Region : the entity "Tube Block" (or metro area) identifies rights-ground tunnels and aerial parts (including stations) metro and pre-metro/tram.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : the entity "Rail Block" (railway area) identifies portions of the territory occupied by the railway. These surfaces not lines representing the rails. There are: 1. areas of railway located at [0] (ie ground level "natural", abbreviated RB-0): - Areas in a physical island - Crossing 2. areas of railway located at [-] (ie ground level, abbreviated RB-M): - Parts of railway under a road (invisible from the sky) - tunnels 3. zones thereof located at [+] (ie higher level short RB-P): - Parts of railway over a road or a river (visible from the air) The contours of the airspaces of the railway were built from the topographic map UrbIS-Topo (photogrammetric surveys). The tunnels were designed based on drawings provided by SNCB.