The Street Code (for pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and drivers)
Pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and drivers all use the roads, but do not always know enough about their rights and duties in respect of each other.
The Street Code was drawn up by the 'Sécurité routière asbl'. Its purpose is to facilitate the cohabitation of road users and promote their mutual respect.
National action plan for soft mobility (2008)
The Luxembourg government's objective is to incorporate soft, i.e. low-impact mobility in everyday life. It aims at increasing the modal share of soft mobility to 25% by 2020.
- National action plan for soft mobility (in German)
European Mobility Week
Every September, many municipalities in the Grand Duchy take part in European Mobility Week.
This is a campaign to increase public awareness of using public transport and opting for soft mobility. It also aims to encourage towns and villages to promote these modes of transport.