brussels - Dutch bus and train passengers traveling to Belgium need to give attend any personal information yet price. A draft law of the Belgian government to keep the passenger lists of international rail, bus and ferry traffic is put in the refrigerator in the fight against terror.
The plan is to question the opposition submitted to the State Council, as the European Commission calls in question the proposed new law. The EU countries are busy with the introduction of a directive that allows them access to the register of Passenger Name Record (PNR) of cross-border traffic, but Belgium wants a step further on your own. Since the commission is not happy.
PNR stand include the names of passengers, dates, seat numbers, contact information and payment.