Luxembourg's railways, the CFL, have announced that it will be undertaking various works on lines 10, 30, 50 and 70 during July 2020.

Following the measures taken to counter the spread of COVID-19, the CFL has revised the schedule for their construction, maintenance and modernisation work on the rail network. 

From the last week of June 2020, a leaflet will be available in electronic format online at (also accessible by scanning the QR Code on the site posters at railway stations). Customers will find there all the useful information around the works planned on their lines as well as an overview of the work periods for the whole year.

Closings in July 2020 by line:
Line 10 (Luxembourg - Troisvierges - Gouvy): 
- between Ettelbruck and Troisvierges:
• the weekend of 4 and 5 July 2020
• from Saturday 11 to Sunday 26 July 2020 inclusive 
- between Ettelbruck and Diekirch:
• the weekend of 4 and 5 July 2020
• from Saturday 11 to Sunday 26 July 2020 inclusive

Line 30 (Luxembourg - Wasserbillig - Trier): between Oetrange and Trier:
• the weekend of 4 and 5 July 2020
• the weekend of 11 and 12 July 2020

Line 50 (Luxembourg - Kleinbettingen - Arlon): between Luxembourg and Arlon:
• from Saturday 11 to Sunday 26 July 2020 inclusive
• between Friday 31 July (from 22:00) and Sunday 2 August 2020 inclusive

Line 70 (Luxembourg - Pétange - Rodange - Athus - Longwy): between Luxembourg and Hollerich:
• from Friday 31 July (from 22:00) to Sunday 2 August 2020 included

In order to provide quality service, CFL maintains, modernises and expands the rail network continuously. In order for the work to be carried out quickly and safely, the temporary closure of certain line sections is necessary. The CFL is aware of the impact that these closure phases can have on their customers. Consequently, this work will be done during periods of lower attendance, such as school holidays, weekends and nights, to minimise inconvenience.

Alternative measures are planned for these periods. In order to avoid possible delays during the closing phases, the CFL recommends that customers concerned start their journey earlier.