Starting 1 March 2020, the cost of rail passes from France, German and Belgium will be revised down
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Cross-border workers will see the cost of travel revised down when public transport goes fare-free in Luxembourg from 1 March 2020.
Bus users from RegioZone 1 will pay €3 instead of €5 for a two-hour ticket, while RegioZone 2 travel will cost €5 instead of €9. A one-day ticket will cost €5 instead of €9 in zone 1 and €9 instead of €16 in zone 2.
A monthly subscription in zone 1 will cost €40, down from €85, and in zone 2, monthly subscriptions will cost €85 instead of €135. An annual pass will cost €360 in zone 1, down from €750, or €750 in zone 2, down from €1,190.
First class travel
Rail users travelling in first class will still pay for their travel. Starting 1 March, the costs will be set at €3 for a short duration ticket, €6 for a one-day ticket, €37.50 for a monthly short duration pass, €330 for an annual short duration pass. An annual network pass will cost €660, an annual senior citizens pass will cost €200 and the Oeko-Pass will cost €75.
Revised rail pass costs can be viewed in the pdf below.