Category: construction works/projects

construction works/projects
// 9 October 2020

Temporarily closed sections on lines 10, 30, 50, 60, 70 and 90 The CFL are constantly committed to providing better train service to their customers. Investments in safety, punctuality, capacity and comfort make a significant contribution to this. With their vision for 2024, the CFL are determining the direction they are taking with their major…

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construction works/projects
// 31 July 2020

As a result of the measures taken to counter the spread of COVID-19, the CFL have revised the planning of their construction, maintenance and modernisation work on the rail network. As a result, the annual map of the CFL’s engineering works has been reissued. These railway infrastructure works require the closure of certain railway segments…

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construction works/projects
// 1 July 2020

In order to provide quality service, CFL maintain, modernise and extend the rail network on a continuous basis. As a result of the measures taken to counter the spread of COVID-19, the CFL have revised the schedule for their construction, maintenance and modernisation work on the rail network. To ensure that the work can be carried out…

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construction works/projects
// 19 June 2020

As a result of the measures taken to counter the spread of COVID-19, the CFL have revised the planning of their construction, maintenance and modernisation work on the rail network. As a result, the annual map of the CFL’s engineering works has been reissued. These railway infrastructure works require the closure of certain railway segments…

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construction works/projects
// 30 April 2020

In order to keep on offering quality services to their customers, CFL carry on with maintenance, modernisation and extension works on the Luxembourgish railway network. These railway infrastructure works require the closure of certain railway segments in order to permit that these can be performed safely and swiftly. Line 10 (Luxembourg – Mersch – Troisvierges…

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construction works/projects
// 9 January 2020

During various time periods in 2020, the CFL will partially close lines 10 (Luxembourg – Troisvierges – Gouvy), 30 (Luxembourg – Wasserbillig – Trier), 50 (Luxembourg – Kleinbettingen – Arlon), 60 (Luxembourg – Esch-sur-Alzette – Rodange), 70 (Luxembourg – Pétange – Rodange – Longwy) and 90 (Luxembourg – Bettembourg – Thionville) weekends or even one…

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construction works/projects
// 20 February 2018
South view of the future flying-junction over which the new line will cross, in several meters height, the course of the existing track.

Numerous customers of Line 90 (Lorraine line) and 60 (Luxembourg – Esch / Alzette – Rodange) were affected from 10 to 18 February by the closure of the section Luxembourg – Bettembourg. But which works have actually been done last week and why? In short In addition to modernization work that is currently being carried…

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construction works/projects
// 12 December 2017

We have all been there, haven’t we? When temperatures start to fall, it’s time for us to slowly but surely brace ourselves for the cold season. The CFL also prepare themselves for the onset of winter. And that doesn’t only apply to trains but equally to CFL infrastructures. Caring for rolling stock – much the…

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construction works/projects
// 21 November 2017
The current line will be shifted by about 40m and will pass through the structure under construction, visible in the background.

One of the most frequented sections of the Luxembourg rail network is located between Luxembourg and Bettembourg. To relieve this particularly busy route, a new, double-track section is being built since 2015, connecting Luxembourg and Bettemburg directly and running alongside the A3 / E25 motorway. This new section, with a length of 7 kilometers and…

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construction works/projects
// 20 November 2017
The new display offers 21 square meters, entirely dedicated to customer information inside Luxembourg main station

During their walk through Luxembourg main station, many travelers already had the opportunity to discover the brand new display. Several weeks ago, coworkers of CFL and Funkwerk started with the disassembly of the older panel and the installation of the brand new eye-catcher. The technology behind the two panels couldn’t be more different. The considerably…

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