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- Friday, 17 September: Expansion of the vel'OH! network
- Saturday and Sunday, 18 and 19 September: free guided tours of the capital
- "AVL Live-Paper" pilot project
- "Pedibus" walking bus pilot project
- Changes to traffic flow in the western area of the Gare district
- Inter-school competition: "Mam Vëlo, zu Fouss oder mam Bus an d’Schoul"
- Awareness-raising campaign
Friday, 17 September: Expansion of the vel'OH! network
Expansion of the vel'OH! network to neighbouring towns – symbolic connection.
We're giving away 200 annual subscriptions for vel’OH!
Fill in the form below and try your luck at winning one of the 200 subscriptions we're giving away.
- Only one entry per person. Entries may be submitted from 17 to 24 September 2021.
- Winners will be drawn at random and contacted soon after.
Saturday and Sunday, 18 and 19 September: free guided tours of the capital
As part of European Mobility Week (16–22 September) – for which this year's theme is "Safe and Healthy with Sustainable Mobility" – the City of Luxembourg and Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) are organising free guided tours of the capital.
The walking tours last around 2.5 hours and take participants on a journey through the capital's green lungs, visiting places like the Pétrusse Valley and Municipal Parc, in addition to the Pfaffenthal, Clausen and Grund districts with their footpaths and bicycle lanes.
- Saturday 18/09/2021 at 10:00 (DE), 14:00 (FR) and 14:30 (FR)
- Sunday 19/09/2021 at 10:00 (LU) and 14:00 (EN)
- Starting point: in front of the Luxembourg City Tourist Office, Place Guillaume II
- Duration: 2.5 hours
- Register at: luxembourg-city.com (limited to 20 people per tour)
- Participants must adhere to the relevant public-health measures at all times
"AVL Live-Paper" pilot project
Digital screens displaying real-time information have been installed to replace conventional timetables, adding real value for passengers.
"Pedibus" walking bus pilot project
This healthy, safe and environmentally friendly means of transportation allows children to walk to school safely with their friends under adult supervision.
Changes to traffic flow in the western area of the Gare district
Traffic calming measures on Rue de Strasbourg and changes to traffic flow in the western area of the Gare district.
Inter-school competition: "Mam Vëlo, zu Fouss oder mam Bus an d’Schoul"
Aimed at students in Cycles 1 to 4 and taking place between 20 September and 15 October 2021, the competition's main goal is to promote active travel by encouraging pupils to walk, cycle or take the bus to school. All children will receive one stamp per trip to school made on foot, by bike or by bus and the school with the most stickers will win.
An awareness campaign run by the City of Luxembourg in conjunction with Info-Handicap and other partners, to improve the journeys of disabled passengers on public transport and related infrastructure through increased empathy, respect and consideration.