The capital’s bus network will undergo another shake-up from 16 July
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It’s all change for bus users on 16 July when the capital’s bus network undergoes a shake-up and the city opens a new line.
Among the main changes are the introduction of line 70, from Monday to Friday, which will increase the bus service in the Pulvermuhl area. It will serve Verlorenkost, Gare Rocade, Gare Central, val de Hamm, rue des Peupliers, rue Haute and rue de Bitbourg.
Users of bus line 7, meanwhile, should note that their bus will no longer pass through the city centre. The new route will start at Verlorenkost, Heedekëppchen (boulevard Gustave Jacquemart), rue Charles Calmette, rue Lavoisier, rue du Laboratoire, Gare-Rocade, pont J-P Büchler, Gare Centrale, avenue de la Liberté, rue Heine, bd de la Pétrusse, bd d’Avranches, Pulvermuhl, val de Hamm, Cents-Hamm (halte CFL), Cents, Kalchesbruck, Neudorf, rue du Kiem, Hôpital Kirchberg, Luxexpo (pôle d’échanges) and end at Poutty Stein in Kirchberg.
Passengers will find some bus lines will operate more frequently over the summer, for instance line 17 will run at 7.5-minute intervals instead of 10, line 19 at 20-minute intervals instead of 30 and line 26 will run every 10-15 minutes instead of every 30 minutes.
The timetables for other lines will not be changed.
The full list of changes can be viewed on the City authority website here.