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Find out how to get to and from the Schueberfouer!
Route on which a guiding system for the visually impaired is in place from start to finish.
AVL lines 10 and 11
AVL lines 12, 13, 14 and 15
AVL lines 16, 17, 18 and 20
AVL lines 2, 3, 4 and 5
AVL lines 21, 23, 24 and 25
AVL lines 26, 28, 29 and 30
AVL llines 6, 7, 8 and 9
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
Our buses have been fitted with assorted equipment to improve safety and ensure accessibility for everyone.
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 of use for the door-to-door public transport Call-a-Bus service will be effective as of 1 March 2020.
Electronic parking ticket payment system in the Centre, Gare and Limpertsberg districts
Information and sign-up details for walking bus ("Pedibus") chaperones.
Citizens will be involved in shaping the mobility plan at several stages.
City Night Bus
Friday and Saturday nights until 3:30!
Deliveries and access permits as of 19/08
From 19 August 2022, access to pedestrian zones in the city centre will be controlled by retractable bollards. Access and deliveries to pedestrian zones will st...
Electric vehicle charging stations
Chargy: Luxembourg's network of publicly accessible charging stations for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
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...
Free public transport and exceptions
Public transport can be used free of charge in Luxembourg City and throughout the entire country.
Getting around at the weekend
by bus, car, bike and on foot
Getting there by bus or tram
Comprehensive information on public transport connections (night buses, City Night Bus, regular bus lines, etc.)
Getting there by car
Park at one of Luxembourg City's many car parks and take a special shuttle or the tram to get to and from the fairground.
Hollerich: redevelopment project
Utility and developments works will be ongoing until 2023.
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.
If you have any questions about public transport in Luxembourg City or throughout the entire country, the Infobus point is open Monday–Saturday from 8:00 to 18:...
Information notice on video monitoring in connection with retractable bollards operated by the Service Circulation
Protecting your personal data is a priority for the City. The Service Circulation (Traffic Department) – which manages the retractable bollards controlling acce...
Kirchberg and Kiem
Information about changes in Kirchberg and Kiem and to lines 6, 7, 8, 12, 16, 18, 20, 21, 25, 30 and 32.
Limpertsberg: Avenue Louis Pasteur
Roadworks for the creation of a cycle lane..
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
Nature of the Mobility Plan
Fundamental strategies from which specific measures can be derived and then further developed in the detailed plans with a view towards implementation.
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...
The kick-off event also marked the launch of the first online consultation. 8,482 people responded to the questions.
Operating a food truck
List and locations of food trucks currently in operation, instructions for operators, rental fee, and application form.
Other modes of transport
Getting there by bicycle, motorbike, taxi or train. Use our maps to find the closest vél'OH station or parking zone for bicycles and motorbikes!
Our Mobility Plan for Tomorrow
The City of Luxembourg is on track to grow steadily over the next few years. This is why we're creating "Onse Mobilitéitsplang fir muer", and we'd like you to g...
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.
Project for infrastructure works and partial redevelopment works on Boulevard de la Pétrusse
The project for infrastructure works and partial redevelopment works on Boulevard de la Pétrusse is being carried out in the Gare district, between Avenue de la...
Areas with speed limits of 20 or 30 km/h for the safety of vulnerable road users
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...
Real-time data viewable on online maps
Structure of the Mobility Plan
The supporting role of the Mobility Advisory Committee.
Student transport for secondary schools
Student transport to the secondary schools on the Limpertsberg, Geesseknäppchen and European School I (Kirchberg) campuses.
Get around the city more easily during off-peak hours
Traffic and P+R
Road closures and information on park-and-ride (P+R) facilities in the city.
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
Video surveillance on buses: protection of your personal data
A key objective of the City of Luxembourg ("the City") is to provide residents with a user-friendly service. It therefore goes without saying that protecting yo...
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 ...
What is a mobility plan?
The aim of the mobility plan is to outline the infrastructure and transport services that we want and need to guarantee mobility in our city.