Users will be able to customise their routes based on their needs and see the carbon footprint of their journeys.
National transport managers Verkéiersverbond and the ministry of mobility and public works revealed new and enhanced features of the mobiliteit.lu transport app on Wednesday.
Speaking about the new app, transport minister François Bausch (déi Gréng) said it was “a revolutionary pan-European search tool” in multimobility.
Among the enhanced features is the ability to combine routes using multiple kinds of transport, from the bus, tram, train, bikes, CoPilote carsharing to walking. It also goes a step further, integrating real-time features including traffic, plus the availability of P+R carpark spaces and Vél'oh bike availability.
The app also now allows for more customisation. Users can save their individual preferences, including their multimodal routes, and also see the carbon footprint their paths are making.