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Luxembourg public transport gets major user-friendly upgrade

The Luxembourg transport system has announced a massive investment in the latest technology to regulate services, provide information to passengers and connect with transport systems in neighbouring countries.


25 February 2013 - The Luxembourg transport association has announced delivery of an integrated system for service control, passenger information and electronic fare collection for 34 private and 3 public transport companies of the Grand Duchy INIT transport IT providers. It will equip operation control centres, stops and around 920 vehicles with appropriate hardware and software, over the next four years.


This integrated system controls almost the entire local public transport in the country. A special feature of the project is the connection to neighbouring systems in Belgium, Germany and France. INIT will also implement the interfaces for Luxembourg’s cross-border ticketing in these countries. The order also includes the supply of stationary ticket vending machines and passenger information displays.


In the final stage, a further 400 vehicles are to be equipped with user-friendly hardware and software from the IT company, therefore improving the overall passenger experience. A smart move to enthuse greater crowds over collective transport by bus and coach! 

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