In a press conference on Monday, Luxembourg’s Ministry of Transport under François Bausch (Greens) announced the details of “free” public transport in the country. As of March 1, 2020, all public transport services, will be free of charge. Cross-border rides will cost less, as customers will pay only for the fares in France, Belgium or […]
When you’re celebrating Christmas, it means a lot when your children buy you a present from their first pay cheque. When however they’re buying you gifts with money you gave them, it’s adorable at best.
[Introduction de La Tribune]: Dans les grands centres urbains du monde entier, un petit nombre d’entreprises a déployé des technologies qui devraient être l’une des solutions les plus innovantes aux énormes problèmes de circulation et de mobilité qui affligent nos villes. Avec la nouvelle loi sur l’orientation de la mobilité (LOM), cet avantage pourrait être […]
In the EU negotiations surrounding a reduction in CO2 emissions by heavy-duty vehicles, Luxembourg is one of the parties pushing for a more considerable reduction in comparison to what is on the table.
Young, old, student, employed, retired, rich, poor, men, women, black, white: we all share one annoyingly common problem in Luxembourg. We are all constantly stuck in traffic.
The European Union is demanding that vehicles see considerable reductions in CO2 emissions by setting ambitious targets in the years to come. However, politicians fail to understand that it’s economic incentives that drive innovation, not fines and subsidies.
In a recent editorial for the Luxembourgish newspaper Tageblatt, Francis Wagner writes that air travel is too cheap, or, as he put it, “dirt cheap”. While Wagner does recognise that lower fares have democratised travel, he also believes that current rates are damaging consumers.
Click down below to see my second video on EU updates. Lorries, buses and coaches produce around a quarter of CO2 emissions from road transport in the EU and around 6% of the EU’s total CO2 emissions. The European Commission says action is needed to curb these emissions.
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A court in Wiesbaden ruled last week that local authorities in Frankfurt must ban older diesel cars as part of efforts to clean up air quality. Much like earlier bans in cities like Stuttgart, the ban is taking place under questionable lobbying circumstances and denies consumer choice.