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Cycling in Luxembourg City

Piéton et vélos sur le parvis de la gare
22.07.2020
Transport

Aware that this year's summer holidays will be different for many people due to the unusual circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Luxembourg wishes to inform residents that velo.vdl.lu contains a page devoted to cycling in the capital. 

Bike lovers can visit this website to get all the information they need, including: an interactive map showing all the cycle paths and cycling routes in Luxembourg City, information on bike repair and cleaning, and details about bike rental. 

Facts and figures about cycling in Luxembourg City

  • Luxembourg City currently has some 170 km of cycling routes, with many more kilometres expected to be added in the near future along Avenue de la Liberté, Place de la Gare and Avenue Pasteur.
  • The city has 149 bike parking locations with a total of 1,049 spaces. These spaces are free of charge and have no time limit.
  • Pumps are available free of charge to cyclists at the entrance of the municipal park near Rond-point Robert Schuman and south of the Viaduc (Aal Bréck) footbridge. These pumps can be used with every kind of bicycle tyre.
    For medium- and long-term bike parking in the city centre, bike racks have been installed in the Knuedler car park close to the security booth. For medium- and long-term parking in the Gare district, a secure parking area reserved exclusively for bikes has been set up on the ground level of the Fort Neipperg car park, near the entrance on the Rue du Fort Neipperg side of the building. This area has 46 spaces.
  • The City currently has 12 bike counting points at the following strategic locations:
    • Pont Grande-Duchesse Charlotte
    • Pont Viaduc (work site)
    • Rue Godchaux
    • Avenue Marie-Thérèse
    • Route d'Esch
    • Avenue du X Septembre
    • Rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
    • Rue Laurent Menager
    • Rond-Point Robert Schuman (park)
    • Pescatore Park/Pfaffenthal lift
    • Rue Mersch – Wittenauer
    • Fondation Pescatore
  • Cyclists can turn to "Vélo en ville" for all repair, maintenance and cleaning services.
  • The vel'OH! network currently has 607 self-service bikes and 93 stations, with a total of 1,816 docks.

In this regard, the City of Luxembourg also wishes to remind residents and visitors that all road users – pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alike – are expected to comply with road safety rules and behave responsibly to ensure that public spaces are shared equally.