In line with decisions made by the municipal authorities, the Service Circulation (Traffic Department) installs all public signage (signs, road markings, traffic lights, etc.).
Route on which a guiding system for the visually impaired is in place from start to finish.
Bike rental and other services
vel'OH! bike share scheme, bicycles available to underground car park customers and "Vélo en ville" bike rental, cleaning and repair services in the Grund.
As part of its effort to promote active travel, in particular cycling, the City of Luxembourg invites you to its third annual bike tour.
Four city bike tours and annual cycling event in early summer
Car parks and P+R
Map displaying Luxembourg City's car parks and the free spaces available in real time at the Knuedler, Place du Théâtre, St Esprit, Monterey, Schuman, Glacis, F...
Information and sign-up details for walking bus ("Pedibus") chaperones.
Cycle paths and bike docks
Explore the network of cycling trails and routes using our interactive map, and find out about bike parking options and bike counting points
Everything you need to know for cyclists and motorists
Deliveries and access permits
Deliveries are authorised in pedestrian zones between 6:00 and 10:00 and between 18:00 and 22:00.
Reserved parking spaces and unrestricted roadside parking
Electric vehicle charging stations
Chargy: Luxembourg’s network of publicly accessible charging stations for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
Take the elevator from Ville Haute to Pfaffenthal or the Grund!
Ensuring garage access
Garage entrances blocked by illegally parked vehicles
European Mobility Week 2021
As part of the 2021 European Mobility Week (16–22 September), the City will be hosting a range of activities and events, including free guided tours of the capi...
Getting around at the weekend
by bus, car, bike and on foot
Guidelines for sharing the road
Rules and behaviour for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists
How it works and registration
Following fixed routes, the walking bus ("Pedibus") operates across the city and collects children from set stops. To use this service, you must sign up.
Infrastructure for pedestrians
Known for its short distances between different points of interest, Luxembourg City lends itself to being explored on foot.
Objective of the mobility plan
The five objectives of the mobility plan: regional / cross-regional accessibility, ensuring of development perspectives, mobility for all, preserving and improv...
Obstructing public thoroughfares
Tax is calculated based on the sector for which the application is made, and is levied until the public thoroughfare has been restored to its original condition
Paid parking zones
A colour-coded system shows the different zones, maximum parking times and applicable charges
Parking permits for certain professional service providers
to carry out medical or homecare services or installation, repair or maintenance work for customers
Tactile paving safely guides people with disabilities to the side of the road.
Areas with speed limits of 20 or 30 km/h for the safety of vulnerable road users
Residential parking permits
If you live in Luxembourg City and own a car, you are entitled to a permit enabling you to park for free in your parking zone.
Sharing the road
The City of Luxembourg is committed to fostering a culture of mutual respect among all road users. What does this actually mean, though, for motorists, cyclists...
Traffic and P+R
Road closures and information on park-and-ride (P+R) facilities in the city.
When carrying out construction work on public or private property, contractors must beware of any public utility cables and pipes that might be located on-site.
Roadside parking is prohibited for vans in residential areas on working days from 18:00 to 8:00, as well as on Sundays and public holidays
Let's work together to ease traffic and minimise the number of cars around schools! The walking bus delivers children to their schools under the supervision of ...