Glad you're asking. Luxembourg is a fabulous country and has perfect conditions
for an efficient and modern public transit system. Yet, none of this is happening.
While the government, on the surface, is promoting public transit and supporting
initiatives such as funding electric bikes, building trams and so on at it's core,
not much is changing. Instead we see dangerous driving, we see unfit bike lanes, we
see a public transit that is not serving the people.
This is peaking in the yearly
tradition of the Autofestival which is a brilliant, yet dystopian piece in lobbying:
instead of building on a public transit that serves everyone, car dealerships and
the media are pushing an outdated agenda, benefitting the few, not helping the country
moving forward. The excuse generator is a humorous approach for self reflection.
Banning cars is not helping anyone. Instead, here are three things you can do today:
Here are a few great resources for English-speaking people:
This website is not affiliated with the Auto-Festival or its organizing bodies in any way.
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