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The Service Voirie (Roads Department) is tasked with:
- the maintenance and repair of all existing local roads (250 km) and municipal public squares;
- the maintenance of pavements on national roads within the city (105 km);
- the maintenance of many pedestrian thoroughfares of all kinds: walkways, stairs and cycle paths;
- the maintenance of street furniture (benches, railings, tourist signs, street signs, planters, etc.) at its ironmongery, carpentry and painting workshops;
- the management, installation and maintenance of tourist signs, street signs and house numbers;
- the management of permits to carry out any kind of work on public roads;
- the management of permits for terraces, display windows and advertising panels;
- the preparation of projects to connect plots to public utilities as part of urban development;
- the coordination of winter services; and
- ice and snow removal on approximately 50% of public roads.
The Service Voirie employs 103 people across a number of sites:
- The head of department and technical office are based in the La Rocade building,
- The operating unit that handles maintenance, with its workshops, stock of equipment and fleet of vehicles, is located at the Centre d'intervention et d'entretien (Intervention and maintenance centre) in Cessange, and
- comprises six sector-specific teams.
Route on which a guiding system for the visually impaired is in place from start to finish.
Autumn and winter services
Collection of fallen leaves, clearing of snow, and salting of public roads, squares, bus stops, cycle paths and footpaths in parks.
Bonnevoie: Rue Demy Schlechter
Redevelopment work until 2020.
Special bus stop features to make travel easier
Limpertsberg: Rue Henri VII
Upgrade work until 2019.
Map of ongoing works
View all ongoing works in Luxembourg City on an interactive map
Opening a shop or business
Resources available when opening a business or shop, placement of signs, interior and exterior fixtures, and related municipal regulations
Tactile paving safely guides people with disabilities to the side of the road.
Report-It: report an incident
Report things in need of repair or rectification in public spaces through our interactive tool, or directly to Luxembourg City's road crews.
Rollingergrund: Montée Thommes
Redevelopment on Montée Thommes until 2019.
Ville Haute: Rue Aldringen
Infrastructure work on Grand-Rue, Rue Aldringen, Avenue Monterey, Rue Notre-Dame, and Place "Um Piquet" until 2019.
Work on public thoroughfares
All minor and major works carried out on public thoroughfares and pavements are subject to prior authorisation by the City of Luxembourg.