CFL has laid on a fleet of coaches while the rail line connecting Luxembourg City with both Esch-Alzette and France is shut down for construction work.
“More than 85 buses have been chartered” to shuttle passengers between the central train station and Bettembourg, Esch and Thionville in France.
That’s according to a press release issued by Luxembourg’s infrastructure ministry and France’s Grand Est regional council on 19 July.
The renovation project started 14 July and is expected to finish 24 August. CFL, Luxembourg’s national railway, is building new tracks and doing a major overhaul of the existing line. The national railway said it selected this period to coincide with summer holidays.