The leaflet above contains a map of the city’s 170 km cycle path network, as well as information on bicycle services and infrastructure, road rules and safety tips, and traffic signs specifically for cyclists. This leaflet is available at the Luxembourg City Hall and the Bierger-Center, and from the Service Circulation (Traffic Department).
Bike racks and shelters
The use of bike docks is free of charge and there are no time limits.
In the city centre, there are 28 public bike docks at the Knuedler car park.
The use of these bike docks is free, and bikes can be dropped off and picked up around the clock.
Free bike boxes
Drop your bike off at one of our secure bike boxes at P+R Bouillon and P+R Stade. The use of the boxes is free, subject to a deposit of €50.
Interested? Simply speak to your car park's cashier.
Two pumps are available free of charge to cyclists at the entrance of the municipal park near Rondpoint Schuman and south of the Viaduc (Aal Bréck) footbridge. These pumps can be used with every kind of bicycle tyre.
Bike counting points
For several years now, the City of Luxembourg has counted the number of bicycles that travel through the city at sixteen strategically located counting points:
- Pont G.-D. Charlotte
- Place de Paris
- Place de la Gare
- Av. Marie-Thérèse
- Route d’Esch
- Av. du X Septembre
- Rue Godchaux
- Rue R. C. Kalergi
- Rue Laurent Menager
- Rond-Point Schuman (park)
- Rue Mersch - Wittenauer
- Parc Pescatore/Lift Pafendall
- Fondation Pescatore (nursing home)
- Rue de la Francophonie
Identification of development options
The Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure (Ministère du Développement durable et des Infrastructures) has published a website that shows the various cycling-related development options for a given area or street.
This is done through a simulator that uses a few key pieces of information, such as the width of the street and pavements, road traffic intensity and speed limit, to determine the development potential of the area in question, to facilitate the planning of this kind of development.
Please note that the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure's Cellule Mobilité Douce (Active Travel Unit) can be contacted directly via the website mentioned below for any queries or suggestions you may have.