Integration of the train timetables in municipal apps?

Recently, many municipalities across the country have launched a mobile application that allows you to consult the public transport timetables in the respective municipalities, as well as the waste and events calendar. In their parliamentary question, the deputies Max Hahn and Claude Lamberty asked the responsible minister why train timetables cannot be integrated currently into these applications.

„Déi lescht Jore goufe vill Efforte gemaach, fir den ëffentlechen Transport auszebauen a méi attraktiv ze maachen. Beim Fërdere vum ëffentlechen Transport dierf d‘Kommunikatioun vun den Horairen awer net vergiess ginn. An deem Sënn hu verschidde Gemengen eng mobil App lancéiert, wou een nieft dem Offall – a Manifestatiounskalenner och d‘Horaire vum ëffentlechen Transport an deene Gemenge ka consultéieren. Zum Bedauere vun de Gemengen ass et den Ament just méiglech, fir d’Bus-Horairen an dësen Appen z‘integréieren. D’Zuch-Horaire kënnen net integréiert ginn, ewell d’CFL déi Donnéeën net zur Verfügung stellt.

An deem Kontext wëlle mir dem Här Transportminister folgend Froe stëllen:

  • Ass den Här Minister der Meenung, dass d‘CFL de Gemenge  soll hir Donnéeën iwwert d’Zuch-Horairen zur Verfügung stellen?
  • Wann net, kann den Här Minister eis d’Grënn dofir soen?“

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