CFL's new Coradia Stream trains will be equipped with ATO Level GoA2, which will enable significant energy savings and increased levels of safety.
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By upgrading to an advanced Driver Advisory System, Thales will enable CFL to pave the way to automatic train operations.
With the aim of running the train on a weekly basis by mid-2019, the train is operated by CDIRS, in collaboration with RTSB and CFL multimodal.
Kapsch CarrierCom has implemented its state-of-the art GSM-R-network on 271 track kilometres for Luxembourg’s national railway company CFL
12 February 2014 | By François Bausch, Minister for Sustainable Development & Infrastructure, Luxembourg
Since its last elections which took place in October 2013, Luxembourg has a new government and I am very happy to be in charge of Infrastructure, Sustainable Development and Mobility. As a matter of fact, sustainable development is a significant factor of the Luxembourgish governmental programme and we will take…
12 February 2014 | By Marc Polini, Chief Executive Officer, CFL cargo
Since its creation in October 2006, CFL cargo has focused development on its strategic position at the heart of Europe. In December of the same year, even before the liberalisation of the European rail freight market, CFL cargo moved beyond the borders of Luxembourg by launching a transport of coils…
15 February 2011 | By Claude Wiseler, Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Luxembourg
Transportation by rail plays a critical role in the economic and social development and is instrumental in sustainable development policy making. It is also a key factor in environmental preservation and in the improvement of the quality of life of citizens. The governmental programme of 2009 foresees concrete measures in…
15 February 2011 | By Alex Kremer, CEO, CFL
Strategically placed in the centre of Europe, Luxembourg’s railway network attracts, through the combined efforts of CFL and its freight subsidiaries CFL cargo and CFL Multimodal, important quantities of both passenger and freight traffic. Concerning freight transport, Luxembourg was no stranger to the effects the financial crisis had on the…
26 March 2009 | By Gaston Zens, Fleet Manager, CFL cargo
Gaston Zens, Fleet Manager at CFL cargo, describes CFL's pan-European freight operations.
23 January 2009 | By Lucien Lux, Minister of Transport, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's Minister of Transport, Lucien Lux, describes how recent statistics show how public railway transport in Luxembourg is going from strength to strength.
29 January 2008 | By Alex Kremer, Director General, CFL
In 2002, the Luxembourg Ministry of Transport collaborated with CFL to work out a public transport strategy called ‘mobilitéit.lu’. The document, or plan, included details about development projects of public transport infrastructure and included in particular plans to develop the existing railway line between Pétange and Luxembourg into a dual…
6 February 2007 | By Alex Kremer, Director General, CFL
Operating a small rail network has its moments. Instead of being forced to go after huge parts of the European market to maintain competitiveness and thus being expected to operate a fleet of thousands of locomotives and coaches, a comparatively small railway company, such as CFL, enjoys the luxury of…
2 March 2005 | By Alex Kremer, Director General, CFL
In every recent statistic about wealth and world markets, Luxembourg can be found in the top slot of GDP per capita listings, making Luxembourgers, at least in theory, somewhat wealthy people. As can be expected from this statistic, individual transportation is at an all-time high. This, in combination with Luxembourg’s…