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Route on which a guiding system for the visually impaired is in place from start to finish.
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
Answers to frequently asked questions about bus travel: How do I lodge a complaint or make a suggestion to improve service? Why does my bus fail to stop at my s...
Special bus stop features to make travel easier
Map of all taxi ranks in Luxembourg City
The new terms and conditions for Call-a-Bus, the door-to-door public transport service, will be effective as of 1 March 2020.
Electronic parking ticket payment system in the Centre, Gare and Limpertsberg districts
Cents: Footbridge between Cents, Neudorf and Weimershof
A preliminary study has been conducted in order to identify opportunities and challenges in implementing a footbridge between Cents, Neudorf and Weimershof.
City Night Bus
Friday and Saturday nights until 3:30!
A driverless, electric shuttle service. A smooth ride thanks to advanced technology.
École européenne I (Kirchberg)
School buses 81 – 88 to the European School Kirchberg campus.
Electric vehicle charging stations
Chargy: Luxembourg’s network of publicly accessible charging stations for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
Free public transport and exceptions
Public transport can be used free of charge in Luxembourg City and throughout the entire country.
Geesseknäppchen school campus
School buses 71–78 to the Geesseknäppchen school campus.
Getting around at the weekend
by bus, car, bike and on foot
If you have any questions about public transport in Luxembourg City or throughout the entire country, the Infobus space is open Monday–Saturday from 8:00 to 18:...
Limpertsberg school campus
School buses 92–96 to the Limpertsberg school campus.
Limpertsberg: north-south cycle path
Feasibility study for a north-south cycle path in Limpertsberg.
Luxembourg City buses
34 regular intra-city bus lines
Luxembourg City Tram and Bus Museum
The history of public transport in Luxembourg City
Operating a food truck
List and locations of food trucks currently in operation, instructions for operators, rent, and application form.
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.
Parking zones and prices, resident permits, cards for persons with reduced mobility and professionals, and Call2Park
Tactile paving safely guides people with disabilities to the side of the road.
The schedules of regular bus lines will be adapted according to the number of passengers and service availability. School transport, night buses and the Shuttle...
Areas with speed limits of 20 or 30 km/h for the safety of vulnerable road users
"Rollibus" is a door-to-door public transport service.
Sainte-Sophie and Sportlycée
School routes 90 and 91 – Sainte-Sophie and Sportlycée
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...
A new bus line now connects the Gare district.
Real-time data viewable on online maps
Student transport for secondary schools
Student transport to the secondary schools on the Limpertsberg, Geesseknäppchen and European School I (Kirchberg) campuses.
Taking the bus
Our buses have been fitted with assorted equipment to improve safety and ensure accessibility for everyone.
Get around the city more easily during off-peak hours
Available 24/7, the new vel'OH! system gives you complete freedom to travel, whenever you want, and save time in getting where you want to go.
Vélo en ville
Bike rental, repair and cleaning