The Luxembourg City Film Festival has started its hybrid edi...
The Service Coordination des chantiers – SERCO (Work Site Coordination Department) was created in order to coordinate the works carried out on public utilities and roads as part of the planned operations required by the technical departments. The different types of work required in a given area are grouped together to minimise disruptions.
Gare and Hollerich: Rue de Hollerich
Upgrade works will last until 2020.
Grund and Cents: Rue de Trèves & Rue de Cents
Upgrade works will last until May 2022.
Impact of work sites on daily life
Minimising nuisances, construction mediators available to address your complaints and answer the most frequently asked questions during a project
Let's build our future
Our city is growing and changing every day. To deal with this expansion, the City of Luxembourg has a duty to provide infrastructure that meets the needs of a g...
Old Town: redevelopment project
The aim of this project is to replace and enhance the area's infrastructure, as well as to strengthen the appeal of the historic Old Town, in particular for sho...
Old Town: Rue de la Boucherie
Redevelopment work will be carried out in the Old Town until 2021: Rue de la Boucherie, Rue du Marché-aux-Herbes, Rue du Curé, Rue du Palais de Justice and Gran...
Other major projects
In addition to the projects run by the City, other project owners are planning and carrying out work on sites of public interest.
Ville-Haute: Rue Louvigny
Upgrade works will last until July 2021.
Work site coordination
Work sites are coordinated at two levels: overall coordination (once per year) and local coordination (for each work site).