With ‘Good Morning Mobilitéit’, we are welcoming a new moment in your daily mobility. This page contains an overview of the new services and changes that come into effect from 10 December. We are also adding almost 40 additional lines to mLive, our real time tracking system, so that you will always be up to date on changes to the departure time of your bus or train.
In the spirit of multimodal mobility, these new services make your journey more flexible and give you more choices when using public transport. Learn more about new options and possible changes to your daily journey here.
Some adjustments are necessary in order to integrate these new services into the current public transport network. Timetables and/or routes of certain buses and trains are affected.
On the Kirchberg, the tram and the bicycle path will be the only public transport options on John F. Kennedy Avenue from 10 December 2017 onwards. At this point, buses will operate on Konrad Adenauer Boulevard.
Some regional buses have a new terminus at one of the interchange stations on the Kirchberg (Luxexpo or Europe), where numerous connections by bus, tram and bicycle await you.
Most bus and train schedules are changing nationwide.
To celebrate this new moment, all public transport in Luxembourg was free on 10 December 2017. The tram is even free to use until 31 January 2018. There were information booths at the new interchange stations on the Kirchberg.
Programme from 1pm to 6pm:
‘Roud Bréck – Pafendall’ tram station
Winter Wonderland with ice sculptures, fire shows and live music.
‘Luxexpo’ tram station
Fun activities including an interactive quiz and a photo corner.
Charity market from 4 to 16 December:
A charity market took place every day from 11:30am to 6:30pm at ‘Weicker’ tram station.
What is an interchange station?
An interchange station is a centralised public transport stop. Here, you have quick and easy access to different transport options, such as buses, trains and trams. You can also securely store your bicycle in an mBox at the interchange station.
What ticket do I need to use the tram and the cable car?
The tram is integrated in the national fare system. This means that you don’t need a special ticket to travel. Your regular ticket and your mKaart are valid on all buses, trains and trams in Luxembourg. The new cable car can be used free of charge.
Why does my bus line now end on the Kirchberg?
The new Kirchberg terminus of regional bus lines makes it easier for you to transfer to connecting buses, trains and trams. Your journey will be more flexible while simultaneously easing traffic in the city as fewer individual bus lines need to drive through the city centre.
Should I take the tram or a bus at Luxexpo interchange?
This depends on where you're headed. If your destination is around John F. Kennedy Avenue on the Kirchberg, your best option is the tram. However, if you're travelling to another part of the city, it's easier to opt for a bus connection.
Why have bus stops on John F. Kennedy Avenue been relocated?
Bus stops on John F. Kennedy Avenue have been relocated in order to make space for the new tram lane and bicycle path. The tram crosses the avenue much quicker and more frequently than buses did before. It operates every 6 minutes during between 6:30am and 7:30pm on weekdays and every 10 to 15 minutes outside of these times.
What is an mBox?
An mBox is a parking station for secure and convenient storage of your bicycle. You can access the stations at any time. They are free to use with an mKaart but require a 20€ deposit.
Why does Luxexpo interchange look unfinished?
Luxexpo interchange is currently in a transitional period. Once its construction has finished, all bus stops are going to be relocated into the building behind the tram station. The interchange station will also have office blocks and a free P+R car park.
From 4 to 15 December, Verkéiersverbond staff along with members of CFL and the Ministère du Développement durable et des Infrastructures and the Ville de Luxembourg will be at different public transport stops across Luxembourg in order to inform and guide you. Travellers passing through Luxexpo interchange will even be greeted with a waffle and a hand warmer on the mornings between 11 and 15 December.
Helpline: 2465 2465
Monday to Friday from 7am to 7pm
Saturday to Sunday and bank holidays from 8am to 7pm
Luxembourg central station
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