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// 31 October 2018

The CFL took advantage of the summer holidays to do works on the Luxembourg rail network. From mid-July until September 16, line 50 was closed from Luxembourg to Arlon. On average 150 trains circulate on the this line per day. The main focus, for the nine weeks of works, has been the power supply to…

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Simply explained
// 23 October 2018

While rail transport is facing competition from air and maritime transport, the European Commission wants to improve competitiveness of rail freight transport (Regulation EU 913/2010) and launched the so called “European rail freight corridors”. A rail freight corridor is a set of pre-arranged rail paths, connecting several ports and multimodal hubs along a main route….

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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…

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Safety
// 16 October 2018

The braking distance of a train can go up to 1200 meters. We handle you some piece of advice for your safety. ​#cflsafetyfirst : Don’t let yourself get trapped on the rails of a railway crossing Be sure that the necessary space for your car is available on the other side of the level crossing….

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construction works/projects
// 9 October 2018

Traditionally, CFL regroups construction works to make the best use of closed railyway networks. In autumn and during the All Saints holidays, extensive modernisation and maintenance measures are going to be carried out on various sections of the railway network. In order to keep the disruptions to a minimum, some work is also done at…

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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…

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