Mobilitéitszentral- Mobiliteit.lu, information about transports in Luxembourg
Mobiliteit.lu, a website and an app to help you
To easily get around in the public transportation in Luxembourg, your best ally is not the display panel located in the stations or around the bus stops, but the wifi!
You are directly informed on your bus or train schedule, on the delays and disruptions. You can also plan your routes in a simple and fast way, or find the nearest stations and/or bus stops.
Mobiliteit.lu is an easy key website to use if you want to get around in Luxembourg.
Mobility Center, a desk to inform you
The Mobilitéitszentral advisors inform you about the public transport services in the Grand Duchy as well as alternative solutions to the use of an individual car.Luxembourg transports handy guideUse our Luxembourgish resident handy guide to get all the essential information relating to your travels in the country and to make them easier, wherever it is.
You will also find details to help you discovering the country and completing the necessary procedures.
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