Ministry of Mobility and Public Works // The Luxembourg Government
The governmental declaration has set out specific objectives for each of the departments within the Ministry of Mobility and Public Works.
The priority activities that were thereby established in the fields of transport and public works, are presented as follows:
From Saturday 2 January 2021, in addition to PCR tests, rapid antigen tests will be offered to all passengers arriving at Luxembourg airport. The tests are mainly aimed at travellers returning from holiday destinations.
The temporary suspension of scheduled passenger flights from the United Kingdom and departing from the Grand Duchy to the United Kingdom is lifted as of this Wednesday, 23 December 2020 at midnight.
The Luxembourg Ministry of Mobility and Publics Works and the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities invite you to High-Level Panel: Cycling as a Mobility Solution for Challenging Times.
The European Commissioner responsible for transport, Adina Vălean, reacted to the open letter from Minister François Bausch in which he called for massive investment to extend the European rail network.
Open letter of François Bausch to the European Commissioner for Transport, calling for massive investment in the extension of the European rail network.
Due to the current situation with regard to COVID-19, additional adaptations will be applied in public transport.
From Monday 20 April 2020, the following protective measures must be observed in public transport, buses, trains and trams in Luxembourg.
On 20 November 2019, François Bausch, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Mobility and Public Works, attended the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona.
Portal of public works (in French)
Carpooling in Luxembourg
For more information check the website on carpooling in Luxembourg! (in French)