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Making mobility smart and more environmentally friendly is a high priority in Luxembourg, not least since the country’s dynamic job market attracts around 200,000 cross-border workers who join residents on the roads every day. The innovative measure of making trains, buses and trams across the country free of charge is part of the new governmental programme adopted at the end of 2018, and the government recently announced that it will be put in place on 1 March 2020.

In parallel, an extensive programme for creating new “Park & Ride” places across the country, and notably along its borders, is being implemented to encourage commuters to leave their cars and continue the trip to their workplace using public transport. All with the intention of reducing road congestion, stress and negative environmental impact.

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Luxembourg is second most productive economy

17-04-2019

A recent study from the think tank The Conference Board ranks Luxembourg as the second most productive mature economy in the world.
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Goodyear and Luxembourg – partners in innovation

16-04-2019

The top management of global tyre company Goodyear was in Luxembourg on 12 April 2019 for the group’s Patent Dinner 2019. Luxinnovation’s CEO Sasha Baillie was invited to give a keynote speech on the long-standing and successful innovation partnership developed between one of the largest tyre companies in the world and the dynamic host country of its only innovation centre located outside the US.
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Goodyear to invest $36 million in Luxembourg factory

11-04-2019

Global tyre company Goodyear will invest $36 million in its production facilities in Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg. The investment aims at increasing production of off-the-road tyres and improve processes.
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Autonomous cross-border mobility tested in Schengen

08-04-2019

Autonomous and connected driving opens up completely new perspectives for mobility of tomorrow. However, there are still hurdles to overcome, in particular for self-driving vehicles travelling in several different countries. On 3 April, top-level politicians, researchers and industry representatives gathered in Schengen to see the first live demos of autonomous cars using the digital cross-border testbed that links the three countries.
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Fit 4 Start #8 is well and truly underway

05-04-2019

The names of the 10 start-ups that will participate in the 8th edition of Fit 4 Start are now known. 50 entrepreneurs from all over the world came to promote their project during Pitching and Graduation Day, which took place on Thursday 28 March at Kinepolis in Kirchberg.
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