Due to stay-at-home efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, traffic in Brussels decreased as much as 55-75% in some locations. Brussels Mobility adjusted the setting of the traffic lights at a hundred intersections to improve road safety and smoothness for all road users. Shorter light cycles decreased waiting time for pedestrians, cyclists and cars. For example at one intersection, pedestrian wait times were decreased by 40 seconds. Pedestrian cross signals were automated in as many intersections as possible.