Category: Simply explained

Simply explained
// 14 August 2019

To ensure the daily well-being of tens of thousands of passengers throughout the rail network, the CFL ensures that their rolling stock is clean. Whether Kiss, TER2N, Dosto or Z2, trains and railcars are regularly cleaned inside and out. Specialist staff take care of the cleanliness of the trains on a daily basis to accommodate…

More
Simply explained
// 29 May 2019

As a point of convergence for the train lines of the Luxembourg rail network, the Luxembourg Central Station welcomes, day after day, an impressive number of travelers. To meet the needs of the 70,000 people who walk daily on the platforms of the Luxembourg Central Station, the InfoPoint employees are there for you 7 days…

More
Simply explained
// 20 March 2019

With the new CFL International app, easily book your trips through Europe. Travel and discover several hundred destinations in Europe, it has never been easier! Plan your stopover and book your international ticket directly with your app. Stay always informed in real time about your train trip. Features Travel planning: For your international travels to…

More
Simply explained
// 13 February 2019

On the platform, in a cabin on a seat … who hasn’t forgotten one or the other thing in one of the many trains and buses that circulate in Luxembourg every day or across its three borders? Losing or forgetting an object is an unpleasant experience, but by no means a rare occurrence. The Lost…

More
Simply explained
// 11 December 2018

The CFL have several services that make it possible to provide immediate answers and personalised assistance to customers. The Call Center and Information Service  are reachable by telephone (+352) 2489 2489. The Information Service is available 7 days a week, from Monday to Saturday, 6 am to 9.30 pm. Sundays and public holidays from 8…

More
Simply explained
// 17 October 2018
Several platforms all across the country are still equipped with yellow safety lines.

Yellow or white, it appears most of the time in its podotactile form (tactile under feet), which means its relief allows visually impaired pedestrians to find their way around. This week, we highlight it on this blog to answer the following question: What is behind the safety line (white, yellow, podotactile), on the platforms in…

More
CFL Group
// 2 October 2018

Although most people think of trains when it comes to the CFL, buses are also an integral part of the Luxembourg National Railway Company’s history. In 1952, the CFL bus service was created, consisting of 6 vehicles. Gradually, the CFL bus service gained importance and in 1965,  the fleet of CFL buses rose to 45…

More
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…

More
Non classé
// 4 September 2018

The closure of a section or even a railway line can occur for plenty of unexpected reasons. First it makes us think of an equipment breakdown or any other external reason. Most of the time, nevertheless, a railway closure is planned. Such as for works, for example, a closure implies a flawless organization, especially in…

More
Simply explained
// 18 July 2018

There are 122 level crossings in use in Luxembourg and we mainly distinguish between two systems for closing / opening the barriers. Automatically controlled barriers Signal-dependent barriers 66% of the barriers are automatically controlled.

More