Getting around Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a small, landlocked country of 2,586 km2 in the heart of Europe. Nevertheless, despite its small size, it has become a pioneer in the field of sustainable transport and mobility. Today, it sets an example for its ambitious and innovative approach to transport.

Are you an expat in Luxembourg or about to expatriate? Want to know more about Luxembourg’s transport system and how to get around? We tell you all about transport in these pages. When you arrive in Luxembourg, you’ll be seduced by the quality of its transport.

Luxembourg and transport: an ambitious approach

Luxembourg’s population of 630,000 is growing steadily, with many expatriates attracted by the country’s prosperous economy. What’s more, the country welcomes over 210,000 cross-border workers every day. Coming from neighboring countries, by car or public transport, they come to work in Luxembourg’s major economic centers: the capital Luxembourg, its outskirts and the major conurbations.

Transport is a major challenge for Luxembourg, if it is to continue to manage the mobility of its new arrivals and residents as effectively as possible. Thanks to its progressive policies, strategic investments and commitment to reducing traffic congestion and CO2 emissions, Luxembourg is creating an efficient, accessible and environmentally-friendly transport system.

Websites you need to know to get around when you arrive in Luxembourg

Mobility. lu website to find your way around public transport in Luxembourg

Mobiliteit. lu is a website and an app that are essential for getting around Luxembourg.

On, you’ll find all the information you need on Luxembourg’s public transport routes, as well as bus and train timetables .

Thanks to, you can also plan your routes quickly and easily . The site provides information on the stations and/or bus stops closest to your location or destination. It also informs you about delays and disruptions of public transport live.

Intuitive and easy to use, Mobiliteit is a website and an app that is a must for getting around Luxembourg!

The website and the mobile application are very useful tools to plan your trips in Luxembourg. They allow you to consult at any time the route of your choice as well as the timetables of the various corresponding means of transport.

Central Mobility Information Desk

The advisors at the “Mobilitéitszentral” (mobility center) can provide you with information on public transport services throughout the Grand Duchy, as well as on alternatives to the private car:

  • Gare Centrale in Luxembourg opening hours 6am to 9pm weekdays or 8am to 8pm weekends and public holidays
  • Belval University station hours from 7am to 7pm on weekdays

You can also reach the call center by telephone: (+352) 2465-2465 from 7am to 7pm on weekdays, and from 8am to 7pm on weekends and public holidays.

Luxembourg transport portal

On transports.public. lu, you’ll find all the information you need about transport in Luxembourg. Transport news is highlighted, as are links to various transport services (cabs, services for the disabled), as well as electric charging stations and weather forecasts.

You’ll even find the radar controls of the Grand-Ducal Police.

Just Arrived Guide for living and working in Luxembourg 2023-2024


To help you settle and integrate in Luxembourg, as a resident or a cross-border commuter, download our practical Just Arrived guides on Luxembourg.

You will find all the information and procedures necessary for a serene expatriation, an easy installation of all your family in your new host country and a simplified integration in your new environment.