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LISER (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research)  is organising an online survey between 11 and 29 February, sponsored partly by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the University of Luxembourg, with the aim of estimating the level of satisfaction with public transport and mobility in the country.

Participation in the survey is anonymous and is intended to the entire population (over 16 years of age), whether workers, students, pensioners or high school students, both cross-border commuters and Luxembourg residents.

The 30 survey questions are organized into three major parts:

  • the current behaviour with regard to travels
  • satisfaction with public transport
  • the future intention to use public transport

 

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