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Railway exhibition in Bettembourg the 21st and 22nd OctoberRailway exhibition in Bettembourg the 21st and 22nd OctoberOn the 21st and 22nd October the club "5519"asbl organize their traditional railway exhibition at Bettembourg Station. Join the fun with CFL! Visitors have the possibility to make small trips in a driver's cabin of a steam locomotive or an historical Diesel railway engine. From 1000 to 1800 they can also visit an exposition of model trains, cars and motorcycles.TimetablesSearch here for the connections which suits you best. MAJOR IMPROVEMENT WORKS ON LINE 10 AND 30. You can find details about the different construction sites on our homepage ("Current work sites", "Future work sites").More informationwww.5519.lu
"Trauliichter": lantern parade and fire show Saturday 28th October in Munshausen"Trauliichter": lantern parade and fire show Saturday 28th October in MunshausenFrom 21 October until 3 November 2016 the Tourist Centre Robbesscheier is celebrating their "Trauliicht" week. The highlight of the event will be a lantern parade and a fire show Saturday 28th October. CFL takes you there. ​In the Luxembourg Ardennes, an old tradition used lanterns with frightening faces carved into beets. These lanterns, placed near to the stables, where meant to keep bad spirits and diseases away from animals. The highlight of the event will be a lantern parade Saturday 28th October.From 1000 different activities will be organized around this theme. Children will carve their own lanterns, a lantern procession, a fire show, songs and story telling will be organized. At the end, bad summer and winter spirits will be burned in a big campfire.By train and by shuttleTake the CFL-trains to Drauffelt, where a special shuttle service (reservation is compulsory tel 92 17 45 - 1) brings you to the Robbesscheier.​Search for the connections which suits you best here.Contact, reservations and supplementary informationsTourist Center Robbesscheier1, FrummeschgaassL-9766 MunshausenTel 92 17 45 - 1www.destination-clervaux.lu
PICelectroNIC 2017: go there by trains! PICelectroNIC 2017: go there by trains! The festival for headbanging kids and grooving parents awaits you at the "Rotondes" the 4th and 5th November. ​Concerts, shows, performances, installations, musical siesta, live Radio, movies, workshops, sound installations, treasure hunt, Dj Sets, Sunday Brunch, After-Party and much more.A sound festival for the whole family at the "Rotondes". Find out more here www.rotondes.luBy train to the "Rotondes"Take the train, the festival is just over the foot bridge, close to the station. Search for the connections which suits you best here.
The CFL brings you to the "Haupeschmaart" in Munshausen on November 5The CFL brings you to the "Haupeschmaart" in Munshausen on November 5On Sunday 5th of November, the traditional "Haupeschmaart"-market will take place in Munshausen. The CFL brings you there. ​The "Haupeschmaart" is a traditional village market of the Ardennes, which dates back to the 17th century. The visitors can discover exhibition of agricultural machinery, handicrafts, local products, music and folklore. Over 100 exhibitors will participate.By train and by shuttleTake the CFL-trains to Drauffelt, where a special shuttle service brings you to the market place.​Search for the connections which suits you best here.MAJOR IMPROVEMENT WORKS ON LINE 10 AND 30. You can find details about the different construction sites on our homepage ("Current work sites", "Future work sites").Further informationFind out more about the Haupeschmaart here.
Est Express: Three days of events at Centre Pompidou-Metz and Mudam LuxembourgEst Express: Three days of events at Centre Pompidou-Metz and Mudam LuxembourgDon't miss "Est Express" at the Centre Pompidou-Metz and Mudam Luxembourg on the 10, 11 and 12 November. The CFL and the SNCF take you there.​The Pompidou Centre-Metz and Mudam Luxembourg are collaborating on EST EXPRESS for 3 days, the public is invited to a festive and unusual experience of the museums, through concerts, performances, workshops and visits, which will go from one institution to the other.EST EXPRESS Pass Buy it online hereJoin the event with CFL and SNCFSearch for the connections which suits you best here.In partnership with CFL and SNCF a special EST EXPRESS train is also available from Luxembourg to Metz, after the events on Saturday evening at Mudam. Departure time 1229am on Sunday, November 12. (The train will call at Bettembourg, Hettange-Grande and Thionville).Our offers for a trip to Metz "Saar-Lor-Lux"On the weekend take advantage of our "Saar-Lor-Lux" offer issued to individual passengers or to mini-groups of two to five people (adults or children).The ticket is valid at the weekend, both on Saturdays and Sundays, from midnight to 3.00 am the next day.It is only available in 2nd class.Find out more here."Luxembourg-Lorraine 1 jour" (Luxembourg - Lorraine one day).On Friday profit from the offer "Luxembourg–Lorraine 1 jour" (Luxembourg-Lorraine one day) allowing you to take a return journey at a special rate from any Luxembourgish station to Metz. The offer is valid for one day on board of all regional trains in 2nd class. "Lorraine 1 jour" tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged.Find out more here.Additional information about the exhibitionswww.centrepompidou-metz.frwww.mudam.lu
Press release - Laurence Zenner appointed CEO of CFL cargoPress release - Laurence Zenner appointed CEO of CFL cargoAppointment of new CFL cargo CEO effective January 1st 2018Luxembourg, 13 October 2017 – Pursuant to today’s decision of the CFL cargo Board of Directors, Laurence ZENNER has been appointed CEO of CFL cargo, effective January 1st 2018. She will succeed to Marc POLINI, who is taking retirement. Laurence ZENNER holds a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Liège (ULg) and has more than 22 years of experience, 18 of which in the rail industry. She started her career as Research & Development Engineer with a manufacturer of steel buildings and joined the CFL Group in 1999, where she held different responsibilities in the area of fixed installations. Managing the Infrastructure department from 2012 to 2014, Laurence Zenner was appointed General Secretary in March 2014 and also took over the role of Quality Manager of the CFL Group in April 2016. Aged 46, Laurence ZENNER is married and has two children.“I am ready to take up this new and great challenge of contributing to the development of the freight activities. I have always been passionate about all aspects of the railway domain and of logistics,” explains the future CEO of CFL cargo.Marc WENGLER, CEO of CFL Group and Chairman of the Board of Directors of CFL cargo, expresses his confidence in this decision “Thanks to her long experience in the rail industry, Laurence will be able to give a new impulse to the activities of CFL cargo, which operates in a highly competitive environment and faces many technological changes.”About CFL cargoCFL cargo was created by the merger of the freight division of CFL (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois) and the internal transport department of the Luxembourg production sites of ArcelorMittal.With more than 500 employees and a fleet of about 80 locomotives and 3000 wagons, CFL cargo offers a broad range of customer-oriented services, including regional and international freight transport, wagon rental, full train formation, waybill issuing as well as rail freight wagon maintenance.Together with its subsidiaries – CFL cargo Deutschland, CFL cargo Danmark, CFL cargo Sverige, CFL cargo France and CFL technics (formerly Ateliers de Pétange) –CFL cargo operates on the main European North-South and East-West routes.​Media contactJulie BÜCHLERResponsable CommunicationTel + 352 691 981 212julie.buchler@cfl-mm.luwww.cfl-mm.lu
The CFL take you to the Science Festival from 9 to 12 November The CFL take you to the Science Festival from 9 to 12 November From Thursday 9 to Sunday 12 November the Science Festival 2015 will take place at the Musée National d'Histoire naturelle (National Museum of Natural History) and at Neumünster Abbey. Have a stress-free journey there with the CFL! ​With more then sixty workshops and shows the organizers of the 11th edition of the Science Festival have concocted a diverse and surprising programme.CFL workshopVisit the workshop of the CFL and discover a number of groundbreaking technologies in the maintenance of train engines. Be impressed by the laser measuring systems or experiment with mechanics, electricity or refrigeration. Discover the world of vehicles and professions of the railways. The two first days of the festival (Thursday and Friday) are reserved for primary and secondary school classes.How to go there?To travel there safely, stress-free and without having to search for a parking space, you can take the train to Luxembourg station. It takes you about 15 minutes by foot to arrive at the Science Festival. Search here for the connections which suits you best. The busstops of the AVL lines 23 (Stadgronn Bréck) and 14 (Clausen/Rumm) are the closest to the Science Festival.More informationwww.science-festival.lu
Walfer Bicherdeeg 2017: go there by train! Walfer Bicherdeeg 2017: go there by train! The book fair "Walfer Bicherdeeg" is one of the most important cultural events in the Grand-Duchy. Visit it on the 18th and 19th November in Walferdange. ​Every year all the book-fans meet at Walferdange. The topic of this year's edition is Kreativitéit - Iwwert Iddien an InspiratiounThe "Walfer Bicherdeeg" are open to the public on Saturday 18th November from 1030 to 1800 hour. On Sunday, 19th November, visitors are welcome for 1000 to 1800 hour. 
L'entrée est libre.By train to the "Walfer Bicherdeeg"Take the train to Walferdange Station. On foot it will take you only a few minutes to the book fair. Search for the connections which suits you best here.Further informationwww.walfer.luwww.bicherdeeg.lu
St. Nicholas comes to the Fond-de-GrasSt. Nicholas comes to the Fond-de-GrasThis year St. Nicholas is waiting for the children the 18th and 19th November at the Fond-de-Gras. ​Meet and great with St. Nicholas and the Train 1900! Spend some unique moments in specially equipped trains with St. Nicholas.Saturday, 18th of November 2017 Departure in Pétange at 1330 and 1530 (Return beginning at 1630)Sunday, 19th of November 2017 Departure in Pétange at 1045, 1330 and 1530. (Return beginning at 1245 and 1630)Snacks, model trains, mini-cinema.Only with reservation, find out more here.TimetablesTake CFL trains to reach Pétange train station.FIND THE ONLINE TIMETABLES HERE.The departure point for the historic trains is only a few steps away from the CFL platforms.
Major modifications on the busline 307Major modifications on the busline 307From Friday 15th September, important changes take place on the busline 307 Bettembourg - Noertzange - Esch/Alzette.​Amendments concerning busline 307- the line serves the towns of Mondercange and Noertzange- the services are adapted on the commune level of Esch/Alzette- the timetable is amendedFrom September 15th to October 2nd the line will be diverted by the rue d'Ehlerange. Find out more here.CLICK HERE TO FIND THE NEW TIMETABLE FOR THE LINE 307FIND HERE ALL THE AMENDED BUS TIMETABLES FROM 15TH SEPTEMBER
Engineering works in October and NovemberEngineering works in October and NovemberSeveral engineering works are planned for October and November.​You can find details about the different construction sites on our homepage ("Current work sites", "Future work sites").Train services disrupted for a weekLine 10 (Luxembourg – Troisvierges – Gouvy) between Ettelbruck-Troisvierges and Kautenbach-Wiltz Line 10 between Ettelbruck and Troisvierges as well as between Kautenbach and Wiltz will be closed for one week from 28th October until 5th November. Line 60 (Luxembourg – Esch-sur-Alzette – Rodange) between Esch/Alzette and RodangeLine 60 between Esch/Alzette and Rodange will be closed for one week from 28th October until 5th November. Train services disrupted for several weekendsLine 10 (Luxembourg – Troisvierges – Gouvy) between Luxembourg and Ettelbruck Due to major engineering works on the new viaduct Pulvermühle, the line 10(Luxembourg – Troisvierges – Gouvy) between Luxembourg and Ettelbruck is closed on the weekends 30th September/1st October, 7th/8th October, 14th/15th October and 21st/22nd October. Line 30 (Luxembourg – Wasserbillig – Trèves) between Luxembourg and OetrangeDue to major engineering works on the line 30 (Luxembourg – Wasserbillig – Trier) between Luxembourg and Oetrange is closed on the weekends 30th September/1st October, 7th/8th October, 14th/15th October and 21st/22nd October. Overnight disruptions Line 30 (Luxembourg – Wasserbillig – Trier) between Oetrange and Wasserbillig Until 7th October line 30 between Oetrange and Wasserbillig is closed overnight from Monday to Friday (2000 to 0400). Train replacement bus services run from 2215 between Oetrange and Wasserbillig respectively Trier and return.Press release (in French)Please fine on our BLOG further information about the modernisation and maintenace works.
Gruppenbilljeeën (group tickets): also available on ticket vending machines Gruppenbilljeeën (group tickets): also available on ticket vending machines From now on, buy the Gruppenbilljeeën (group tickets) from our ticket vending machines. Take advantage of our interesting offer and our attractive prices.​The "Long duration 2nd class 5 persons group ticket" can be purchased for 1, 2 or 3 days. Find here all the details.It can be bought also on the ticket vending machines of the CFL.
Information: Monthly check of alarm system Information: Monthly check of alarm system The regular check of the alarm system of the intermodal terminal takes place every first Tuesday of the month at 13:00.As part of the Internal Emergency Plan of the Intermodal Terminal, a regular check of the siren system is conducted every 1st Tuesday of the month around 1300 (+/- 15 minutes).As a reminder, this test is done in order to check the operation of the sirens but also to accustom the personnel and all parties concerned to the warning sirens.​
Travel high speed from Luxembourg to FranceTravel high speed from Luxembourg to FranceHolidays or short trip to Brittany or Aquitaine? Discover the varieties of landscapes, the cultural heritage of the hinterland and the beautiful and picturesque coast line. Go by TGV to the West of France from Luxembourg Station by Lorraine TGV or Paris. Here our ideas for the SummerPoitiers and the FuturoscopeVisit the Romanic heritage of Poitiers or try the new adventures in the Futuroscope. Easily done with the new TGV services.www.ot-poitiers.frwww.futuroscope.comBrest, Rennes and St MaloWith a jagged coastline interspersed with cliffs and inlets, charming fishing villages, extensive moorland and unspoilt islands, Brittany is an invigorating region and the inspiration for numerous artists. Why not profit of the shorter journey times to travel there?www.brest-metropole-tourisme.frwww.st-malo-tourisme.comwww.tourisme-rennes.comBordeaux and South-Western FranceOr opt for a cultural and gastronomic trip to Aquitaine. From Luxembourg via Lorraine TGV or Paris join in a few hours Bordeaux and South-Western France.www.bordeaux-tourisme.comAnd still......Paris, Strasbourg, Lyon, Switzerland and many more destinations to discover by TGV services. Journey timesFind here the new journey times.TimetablesSearch for the connections which suits you best here.​Where to buy tickets?Tickets are available at the following sales channels - at the CFL desks in Luxembourg station - at the CFL Call Centre (Tel. 2489 2489)- or directly here
Collective agreement for the CFL cargo groupCollective agreement for the CFL cargo groupSignature of the collective agreement for the CFL cargo group​​The collective agreement of the CFL cargo group was signed on Thursday by the management and representatives of the trade unions OGBL, LCGB, FNCTTFEL-Landesverband and FCPT-SYPROLUX.Press release FR - DE​
Press release - Extension of the combined train networkPress release - Extension of the combined train networkCFL multimodal rolls out a new connection between Zeebrugge - Bettembourg - NancyBettembourg, 17 July 2017 – CFL multimodal expands its combined train network as of May, the group operates a new line Zeebrugge - Bettembourg - Nancy in partnership with Transports Vigneron.CFL multimodal, in partnership with Transports Vigneron, has launched a new rail line linking the Britanniadock in Zeebrugge (BE) to the Champigneulles terminal in Nancy (FR) with a stop at the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange (LU), thus enabling connections to Lyon (FR), Le Boulou (FR) and Trieste (IT).This new line has been operational since 15 May 2017 with 3 round-trips per week between Zeebrugge and Nancy. A frequency increase to 5 round-trips per week is planned by the end of the year.The trains are open to semi-trailers, swap bodies and 20' to 45' containers. Transit times between the Zeebrugge and Nancy terminals is 24 hours. The rail lines departing from Zeebrugge via the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange also enable connections to Lyon, Le Boulou (at the French-Spanish border) and Trieste, with continuation to Turkey.In addition, the UK and Scandinavian markets can be reached via sea, departing from Britanniadock in Zeebrugge.This new rail link expands the CFL multimodal combined transport network between Spain, France, Turkey, the UK and Scandinavia.​About CFL multimodalThe brand name CFL multimodal stands for a global service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 13 companies in 6 European countries, CFL multimodal remains a locally anchored partner, always in close contact with the customers. Luxembourg's leading intermodal transport provider offers a broad, high-quality and personalised service portfolio combined and conventional rail freight, wagon maintenance and repairs, customs clearance, as well as forwarding and logistics services. The ideal geographic location of the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange at the heart of Europe positions CFL multimodal and its 1,200 employees as a central logistics hub, offering regular long distance connections to the ports of the North Sea as well as the Baltic Sea, and Southern Europe.​ContactJulie BUCHLER, head of communicationsTel + 352 621 981 121julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu
Press release - Containerland was a great success!Press release - Containerland was a great success!Containerland - the inauguration of the new Bettembourg-Dudelange terminal - was a great success! ​Bettembourg, July 12, 2017 - Over the course of four days, more than 12,000 visitors had the opportunity to discover the new intermodal terminal of Bettembourg-Dudelange. Welcome to Containerland there was something for every taste and every age group.The festivities began with the inauguration ceremony on Friday 7 July, in the presence of HRH the Grand Duke, Mars Di Bartolomeo, President of the Chambre des Députés​, Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Economy, François Bausch, Minister of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure and the Mayors of Dudelange, Dan Biancalana, and of Bettembourg, Laurent Zeimet.On Saturday morning, nearly 2,500 inhabitants of the communes Bettembourg and Dudelange had the chance to be among the first to discover the terminal. The afternoon activities were dedicated to employees of the CFL Group and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, as well as their families.More than 7,000 people had registered for Sunday's Porte Ouverte. Many families visited the 33ha site, the equivalent of 45 football stadiums. The terminal tour by bus, the discovery of the job-village and the infotainment area attracted the attention of the many visitors who also enjoyed the summer atmosphere and various other activities.The festivities concluded with nearly 700 pupils from different secondary schools in Luxembourg this Monday morning. Their visit was mainly devoted to the presentation of the more than 100 different jobs at the CFL group.The Containerland event was a real success for the CFL group, which for the first time opened the doors of its terminal to explain its activities, mainly to promote multimodal logistics, to both companies and the general public.​About CFL multimodalThe brand name CFL multimodal stands for a global service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 13 companies in 6 European countries, CFL multimodal remains a locally anchored partner, always in close contact with the customers. Luxembourg's leading intermodal transport provider offers a broad, high-quality and personalised service portfolio combined and conventional rail freight, wagon maintenance and repairs, customs clearance, as well as forwarding and logistics services. The ideal geographic location of the Bettembourg terminal at the heart of Europe positions CFL multimodal and its 1,200 employees as a central logistics hub, offering regular long distance connections to the ports of the North Sea as well as the Baltic Sea, and Southern Europe.​ContactJulie BUCHLER, head of communicationsTel + 352 621 981 121julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu​
Press release - Official inauguration of the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-DudelangePress release - Official inauguration of the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-DudelangeThe new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange was inaugurated in the presence of H.R.H Grand Duke Henri and other dignitaries. Bettembourg, 7th July 2017 – The CFL Group has celebrated the official inauguration of the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange in the presence of HRH the Grand Duke Henri, Mars Di Bartolomeo, President of the Chambre des Députés, Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economy and François Bausch, Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructures. The new platform aims to become a European logistics hub, connecting the industry of Luxembourg to the main European ports and economic centres.Mr Jeannot Waringo, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the CFL, launched the ceremony by welcoming His Royal Highness and the guests. Mr Waringo then presented the evolution of the CFL Freight activities and the political framework to the 350 guests.Mr Marc Wengler, General Director of CFL, continued by presenting the current situation and the perspectives of the CFL Freight activities, highlighting among others the advantages of using alternative transport modes to the road in order to reduce CO2 emissions. Rail transport for example emits seven times less CO2 than road transport. Minister Bausch highlighted the following during his speech “Given the possibilities of the new multimodal platform for Luxembourg, the country is playing a precursor role in Europe. Luxembourg is taking a different approach to the future than other countries. We are not basing our development on gigaliners but rather on the transfer of freight onto trains, not by going against the road but by collaborating with transport by road and by waterways.”Next, Mr Etienne Schneider took the floor “CFL multimodal’s intermodal terminal provides Luxembourg with yet another high-performing infrastructure that contributes to our international reputation as an efficient logistics platform. The economic development of the Grand Duchy and its attractiveness for industrial investors are supported by a sustainable and high-value-added logistics service offering. These services are vital to industrial companies settled in our country and thanks to the intermodal terminal they can rely more on rail transport.”His Royal Highness the Grand Duke Henri cut the ribbon, in the presence of the dignitaries and the management board of CFL. This was followed by a guided tour of the new terminal, in which all guests participated with great interest. The delegation also toured the job-village, presenting the different jobs of the CFL Group in an educational manner.The new terminal has a surface of 33 ha, 4 combined rail tracks and 2 rail motorway platforms, each 700 metres long, and was the biggest construction site in Luxembourg under one single project owner.After two and a half years of construction, the intermodal terminal is now ready to meet the challenge of the modal transfer and to contribute to the promotion of combined transport in Europe. With its ideal geographic and its efficient combined train network, the new international hub is enabling the consolidation of multimodal transport flows within Europe and beyond. This strategy adheres entirely to the national objective to develop the logistics sector.The official inauguration will be followed by a Porte Ouverte event on Sunday 9th of July, to present the new terminal to the general public. Photo legend (from left to right)Fraenz Benoy, Managing Director of CFL multimodal; Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economy; François Bausch, Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructures; HRH the Grand Duke Henri; Jeannot Waringo, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CFL; Marc Wengler, General Director of CFL. About CFL multimodalThe brand name CFL multimodal stands for a global service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 13 companies in 6 European countries, CFL multimodal remains a locally anchored partner, always in close contact with the customers. Luxembourg‘s leading intermodal transport provider offers a broad, high-quality and personalised service portfolio combined and conventional rail freight, wagon maintenance and repairs, customs clearance, as well as forwarding and logistics services. The ideal geographic location of the Bettembourg terminal at the heart of Europe positions CFL multimodal and its 1,200 employees as a central logistics hub, offering regular long distance connections to the ports of the North Sea as well as the Baltic Sea, and Southern Europe.ContactJulie BUCHLER, head of communicationsTel + 352 621 981 121julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu
Press conference timetable change (December 2017) Press conference timetable change (December 2017) On Monday, June 26 2017, François Bausch, Minister of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures, and Marc Wengler, General Director of CFL, presented the new timetable concept that will come into force on 10 December 2017.​The timetable change takes place in the context of the saturation of the railway network, a consequence of the sharp rise in passenger numbers, especially in the last 10 years (+ 60% between 2005 and 2015). Even if the travel offer (tighter timing, use of additional rolling stock) was regularly adjusted in the past, the rail network itself remained largely the same. This resulted in the creation of bottlenecks, among others in the central station of Luxembourg, the junction of the star-shaped Luxembourg railway network, as well as on the route sections Luxembourg - Bettembourg and Rodange - Petange. By commissioning two further stops, the Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg stop and the Howald station, from December 2017 the relief of these strategically important points of the railway network will be facilitated. At the the same time the access to the plateau of Kirchberg, Ban de Gasperich, Belval-Université or the Cloche d'Or, the workplace and residence of numerous passengers, will be eased. In addition, cross-connections will be provided to ensure direct and comfortable access to these new traffic nodes, starting from the different railway routes. Thanks to the close cooperation between an external consultant and internal experts, optimization potentials could be identified within the existing timetables and the resulting changes could be presented during the press conference. In the medium term, further large-scale projects will help to produce a high-quality and demand-oriented supply. Among other things, the construction of a second railway line between Bettembourg and Luxembourg, a second Pulvermühle viaduct or the extension of the Central Station in Luxembourg City, were presented on the occasion.The presentation of the press conference can be found here.
New configuration of the bus platforms at Luxembourg stationNew configuration of the bus platforms at Luxembourg stationNews from the Luxembourg station bus terminal​FIND HERE THE NEW MAP OF THE PLATFORMS AT LUXEMBOURG STATION BUS TERMINAL FROM 3RD OF JULY