Gradual resumption of public transport service from 04/05/2020

On 29 April 2020
Please note

Any changes to the protective measures and public transport service will be posted on our dedicated COVID-19 page which is updated regularly.

In the context of the Government’s deconfinement plan, public transport will gradually return to regular service. The first phase starts on 4 May 2020. The second phase is scheduled for 11 May 2020. The following information is also available on our dedicated COVID-19 page.

Please remember that since 20 April 2020, you must wear a protective mask on public transport. Control checks are made by the Police grand-ducale.


Lines which entered a reduced weekly service, will return to their regular timetable. The RGTR ‘Sunday and public holiday’ timetable is in place on Saturday, 9 May 2020 for ‘Journée de l’Europe’ and regular Sunday and public holiday service officially returns from 10 May 2020.

See timetables

School transport

RGTR transport to secondary schools is put back in service. However, timetables have been adjusted given that new school hours end at 12:45. From 11 May 2020, TICE school transport will be available again for Lycée students.


Lycée Josy BarthelLycée AtertLenster LycéeLycées implantés à MerschLycée classique d’EchternachLycée Edward Steichen à ClervauxLycée implantés à Ettelbruck/DiekirchMaacherlycée à GrevenmacherLycée du NordSchengen LyzeumLTB, LTPEM, Dommeldange LTAM, Sportlycée, LTPSLTMA LamadelaineLycée Nic Biever à DudelangeLycées implantés à Esch/AlzetteCampus LimpertsbergCampus Geeseknäppchen


The tram will operate again from Monday to Sunday according to the following timetable:

Monday to FridaySaturdaySunday and public holidays
From 4:55* to 6:10, every 15 minutesFrom 5:25* to 6:10, every 15 minutesFrom 6:04* to 7:19, every 20 minutes
From 6:20 to 19:30, every 10 minutesFrom 6:20 to 19:30, every 10 minutesFrom 7:34 to 20:05, every 15 minutes
From 19:45 to 23:48**, every 15 minutesFrom 19:45 to 23:48**, every 15 minutesFrom 20:25 to 23:43**, every 20 minutes

* first departure Luxexpo  ** last departure Stäreplaz/Etoile


The Adapto service returns back to its regular timetable and also operates again on Sundays and public holidays.


CFL are going to start reinforcing their offer from 11 May 2020 with 2 trains per hour and per line. A second phase of reinforcement, especially during peak hours, is scheduled from 25 May 2020.


In the context of the gradual deconfinement plan, TICE is lifting certain restrictions from 11 May 2020. Lines 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7 operate again every 15 minutes on weekdays and all lines are put back into service on Sundays and public holidays. TICE school transport will be available again for Lycée students. Its Nightbus service remains suspended until further notice.


Protected workshops and similar structures have been gradually returning to their regular activities since 27 April 2020, and CAPABS transport are adjusted accordingly.

The competence centres of the Ministry of Education, Children and Youth will be serviced again by CAPABS transport from 25 May 2020.