Coronavirus COVID-19 Information and guidelines
Information and guidelines9th June 2020 – 10.00 am
Protective mask mandatory
Passengers are obliged to wear a protective mask, such as medical masks, handmade masks, bandanas (“buff”) or scarves. (Communication from the Luxembourg Governement, 16th April 2020)
Wearing a protective mask is also mandatory for travel to Belgium, Germany and France. Please see the links below for more information concerning the special measures taken in response to COVID-19:
National and international traffic plan
Following the recommendations of the Luxembourg Government, the CFL are providing a service according to the different phases of deconfinement. From 8th June 2020 and after several adaptation phases, train traffic will resume according to the timetable that was in place before the pandemic situation which required the implementation of measures and adaptations by the CFL.
For information about train timetables, the CFL invites passengers to check www.cfl.lu, or the CFL mobile application. For further information, travelers can contact the Call Center on (+352) 2489 2489. This service is available 7 days a week, from Monday to Saturday from 6.00 am to 9.30 pm and Sundays and public holidays from 8.00 am to 9.30 pm.
The TER programme has been adapted until 7th July 2020. A resumption of the TGV trains, up to 50%, is planned.
The "Gare Lorraine Express" shuttle bus will be adapted according to the resumption of the TGV.
Information and sales centres at Luxembourg Central Station and Belval-Université
Every day, from 6.00 am to 8.45 pm, the counters of the reception and sales centre at Luxembourg Central Station are available to welcome, inform and sell tickets. The infopoint at Luxembourg Central Station is closed until further notice.
At Belval-Université, information and ticket sales are available from Monday to Friday from 6.15 am to 7.45 pm.
Left-luggage office and lost property office
The left-luggage office at Luxembourg Central Station is available to customers every day from 6.15 am to 9.30 pm.
The lost property office is open 7 days a week, from 6.15 am to 9.30 pm.
Due to the current pandemic situation and to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the CFL has taken the following measures.
Read more about these measures on our blog.
For all cross-border travel, check www.gouvernement.lu.
The coronavirus infection remains mild for the majority of cases. However, in order to avoid spreading among the general population and to protect vulnerable and fragile populations, it is important to take a certain number of precautions.
Find all information: https://gd.lu/cPV0Ws
Source : Facebook Ministère de la Santé Luxembourg