The short duration ticket is valid for two hours after it is validated, on all routes on all public transport networks.
As the ticket does not have an issuing date, the customer must validate it before using it for the first time.
The short duration ticket is valid for two hours after it is validated, on all routes on all public transport networks. It is valid in 2nd class.
The arrival time to take into account is the time at which the train or bus should have reached the passenger's destination according to the timetable.
A short duration ticket validated at 7.15 is valid until 9.15 on the same day. It is not valid from and to a frontier point.
A short duration ticket bought as a single ticket is sold for €2.
If the passenger buys their ticket on the train, the price is €3
Booklet of tickets
The short duration ticket is also sold in booklets of ten tickets for €16. A booklet of tickets offers a 20 % discount on the price of a single ticket.
Use in 1st class
You can also use the short duration ticket in 1st class against a payment of a €1 supplement per ticket. This supplement is only sold by CFL stations and by the train managers.
You can buy a 1st class ticket on a ticket machine.
Train stations with ticket offices, ticket vending machines, Mobilitéitszentral (Mobility Centre), other points of sale (post offices, some grocer's shops, some campsites).
In all CFL stations where tickets are sold.
CFL Call & Service Centre on 2489–2489
Find here the legal texts in French.