Getting around Luxembourg

Public transport in Luxembourg

Free public transport

The Grand Duchy is a forerunner in public transport. It was the first country in the world to introduce free public transport on its territory. Effective as of March 1, 2020, this measure has had a worldwide echo.

Access to buses and streetcars is completely free in Luxembourg. National trains are also free of charge, except for 1st class. Due to the lack of revenue from bus and train tickets, this measure costs the Luxembourg government 41 million euros per year.

A social measure that is highly appreciated by users, it is part of a multimodal revolution initiated by the public authorities, aimed at promoting eco-responsible travel.

Mobility. read, find your way around Luxembourg’s public transport system

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

On mobiliteit.lu, you will find all the information you need about public transport lines in Luxembourg, as well as bus and train schedules .

Thanks to Mobiliteit.lu, 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 of the “Mobilitéitszentral” (mobility center) inform you about public transport services throughout the Grand Duchy as well as about alternatives to the private car.

The counter is located :

  • Central Station in Luxembourg hours from 6am to 9pm on weekdays or from 8am to 8pm on weekends and holidays
  • Belval University station hours from 7am to 7pm on weekdays

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

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