Category: Safety

Safety
// 7 October 2019

The braking distance of a train can go up to 1200 meters. We handle you some piece of advice for your safety. ​#cflsafetyfirst : Never stop on the rails of a railway crossing! Be sure that the necessary space for your car is available on the other side of the level crossing. Drive through the…

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Safety
// 24 September 2019
Accident involving a person

In the event of an accident involving a person on the tracks, the emergency services must be able to intervene as quickly as possible to assist the victim. The impact on the rail network is inevitable, starting with the immediate interruption of train traffic in order to ensure the safety of those involved on site….

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CFL Group
// 31 July 2019

It is important for travelers to reach their destination in comfort, at any time and no matter the weather. Whether passenger trains or freight trains, the CFL staff constantly ensures the smooth operation of its rolling stock. In anticipation of the summer and to cope with the heatwaves, the 650 air-conditioning systems fitted to the…

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Safety
// 6 June 2019
In order to increase the safety of their network and to reduce risks at level crossings, the CFL create alternatives such as under- and overpasses for pedestrians and motor traffic.

Closed level crossing barriers are often a test of patience. There have even been cases in which road users actually ignored the barriers and crossed the rail tracks, despite the ban. Such people are frequently unaware of the danger to which they are exposing themselves. This often underestimated risk can have dramatic consequences. On average…

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Photo reportage
// 19 September 2018

As part of the European Mobility Week, which takes place every year from 16th to 22nd September, the CFL, the City of Luxembourg, Luxtram, Adapth, Info-Handicap, Blanneverenegung and Verkéiersverbond organized the event “Multimodality for All” on 19th September. In this context, a “train-funicular-tram-bus” route was organized with travelers with reduced mobility and visually impaired people…

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