Free-of-charge travel is being introduced on the grand duchy’s rail, bus and tram networks starting in March 2020. The policy was a boost to Luxembourg’s image abroad.
For its Winter 2020 cover story, Delano digs into why some observers are so sceptical. And what else needs to be done to solve the country’s current mobility crisis?
Then Delano speaks with the national research fund chief about big data in Luxembourg science, cybersecurity experts about ransomware in the grand duchy, and Suzanne Cotter about making Mudam part of the everyday landscape.
Also in this issue: tips on cutting down your tax bill and other advice to get your personal finances in order, how Delano did when we whipped up some homemade digestifs, and our advice columnist Auntie Eleanor drills into recent tram works.
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