Rail replacement buses between Luxembourg and Arlon
Rail users travelling between Luxembourg and Belgium will have to take a rail replacement bus across the border starting Saturday because of work on the line.
Line 50 connecting Luxembourg to Arlon will be blocked to rail traffic from August 22 to September 13.
Luxembourg to Belgium
From Monday to Friday, IC trains linking Luxembourg to Brussels-Midi will be replaced by a shuttle bus between Luxembourg and Arlon. The buses will leave platform 16 at Luxembourg City station.
Buses will leave one hour before the trains they replace so rail users are urged to leave an hour earlier than normal to reach a connecting train in Arlon.
On Saturdays and Sundays, rail replacement buses will leave 25 minutes earlier than the trains they replace.
RB/RE trains will be replaced daily by buses leaving from platform 16 at Luxembourg City train station. This bus will stop at Bertrange-Gare, Mamer Tossenbierg, Mamer-Gare (Eisebunnsbréck), Capellen-Gare, Capellen (Ponts & Chaussées), Kleinbettingen-Gare and Arlon-Gare.
Belgium to Luxembourg
IC trains travelling to Luxembourg from Brussels-Midi will stop at Arlon where passengers can continue their journey by shuttle bus. Passengers will arrive up to 30 minutes later than they would if travelling by train.
Rail replacement buses will be in place for passengers travelling on RE/RB trains from Arlon to Kleinbettingen and Luxembourg. Buses leave Arlon, stopping at Kleinbettingen station at the same time as the trains they replace. These buses will stop at Capellen (Arrêt Ponts&Chaussées), Capellen-Gare, Mamer-Gare (Arrêt Eisebunnsbréck), Mamer Tossenbierg, Bertrange-Gare and Luxembourg-Gare.
Buses will arrive at these destinations at up to 30 minutes later than the normal train times, depending on traffic.
Lines 90 & 96
Trains linking Brussels to Luxembourg and Basel in Switzerland, such as the 90 and 96 will be diverted via Athus and Rodange without stopping.
Passengers should note that bikes cannot be transported on rail replacement buses. For further information, visit www.cfl.lu or download the CFL mobile app.
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