Is the number of seconds it will take passengers to reach the top or bottom of the new funicular (cable car), planned to open in Luxembourg-Pfaffenthal this December.
The funicular will connect the new Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg train station, both of which are scheduled to open on 10 December 2017.
It will be able to carry up to 168 passengers per vehicle 200 metres to the Kirchberg plateau, where users can take trams or buses or continue by foot to their destinations.
Four cabins are expected to be in operation, with the total capacity to transport up to 7,200 people every hour.
Work on the new railway station began in May 2015. Once open, rail users travelling from the north will be able to get off at the new station.
Passengers travelling from elsewhere in the country by train will in the beginning have to board a special shuttle between the central station and the Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg station.
The objective is to have six trains per hour in each direction serving the new station.
The figures and information were disclosed to press by CFL following a site visit by Luxembourg prime minister Xavier Bettel along with transport minister François Bausch, city mayor Lydie Polfer and deputy mayor Sam Tanson on Friday 25 August.