BPF (Belgian Parking Federation) represents the parking sector and the parking actors towards third parties, whether public or private, in the context of the challenges related to mobility and parking on and off-street in Belgium.


BPF informs its members and interested third parties about evolutions, developments and challenges in the parking sector.


BPF studies in close cooperation with EPA (European Parking Association) the challenges and developments in the on and off-street parking sector in Belgium.

BPF in a few figures

Founded in 1980, the Belgian Parking Federation has 8 members, who together manage more than 213 car parks in Belgium. The members of the Belgian Parking Federation provide their customers with 213,106 parking spaces in total in 45 cities.





Car parks are looking for a place for tomorrow

Na de crisis komt de ondergrondse wereld van de openbare parkings weer op adem. En ze bereidt zich nu al voor op de veranderingen van morgen. Op de verdiepingen zijn nieuwe machines geïnstalleerd. Nieuwe activiteiten ook.


Brussels: a turf war between cars and bicycles

As the number of cyclists on the streets of Brussels increases, so do the tensions between drivers and cyclists.


20th EPA Congress & Exhibition

Save the date ! The 20th Congress and Exhibition of EPA will take place in Brussels from 6 to 8 October 2021. The theme of the event will be: “The E.U. Green Deal and the Future of Parking” – Integrated Solutions for Dynamic Urban Management. Find further information on the Congress website.


Will COVID kill the big cities?

In the post-pandemic world, medium-sized towns will have more attributes which will work in their favour.


21.4 billion going to the State: Belgian drivers are the most taxed in Europe!

Driving a car costs a lot… an arm and a leg you could say. And the State seems quite hooked on taxing drivers. According to calculations by Febiac, motor vehicles bring in 21.4 billion euros each year. A figure, which, in relation to the number of vehicles, puts Belgium in top spot when it comes to the most taxed drivers.


Coronavirus prevention measures

COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation and it has now spread through over one hundred countries. Car park operators are taking this situation very seriously.


Low Emission Zones: How They Work

From the 1st of January 2020, Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent have increased their measures to ensure better air quality in their city centres. The access conditions to the low emission zones have become stricter.

20th EPA Congress in Brussels

Save the date ! The 20th Congress and Exhibition of EPA will take place in Brussels from 6 to 8 October 2021