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At a glance
The City Shuttle links key points of the city’s transit system in order to guarantee passengers a seamless connection between various modes of transport (elevator, funicular, bus, tram, etc.), making their journey that much easier.
Operating at speeds of up to 45 km/hour, it is the ideal way to travel during that first or last leg of your trip, helping you reach your destination easily and comfortably. The City Shuttle service can be easily combined with other modes of transport, encouraging the use of multimodal transport.
The City Shuttle service is free of charge!
- Tuesday and Thursday, from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 16:45 to 20:00
- Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: from 10:00 to 21:00
- Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: no service
The City Shuttle service runs every 15 minutes.
- a smooth ride thanks to advanced technology
- pleasant speed and driving style
- runs exclusively on renewable electricity
- small carbon footprint
Ease of use
- limited number of places
- quick connection between stops
Electric and self-driving
The City Shuttle is universally accessible and entirely driverless, thanks to its host of cutting-edge technology. Fully self-driving, it uses its array of sensors to react to its environment in real time and navigate its route without external aid. Nevertheless, it is currently operated with a qualified attendant on board to monitor passenger safety and provide assistance if necessary.
As a fully electric vehicle, the City Shuttle does not emit greenhouse gases, hydrocarbons or exhaust fumes. In addition to its environmentally friendly benefits, the shuttle makes very little noise, making for a pleasant passenger experience.
The City of Luxembourg is fully committed to seeking innovative and sustainable public-transport solutions in order to meet the challenges of urban mobility and pave the way for the future.
The launch of the City Shuttle has not only enhanced the quality of life of the city's residents by improving the general flow of the urban transit system, but also makes that first or last step of their journey that much easier.