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Mobility Survey 2023

Published on 12.09.2023

In the run-up to October’s legislative elections, the ACL surveyed its members by inviting them to respond to an online questionnaire drawn up with the help of a specialist Luxembourg institute.

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A strong bond between the ACL and its members

The ACL has undertaken to focus on those issues and proposals that have received the approval of a two-thirds majority of its members, and to publish the results of the survey in a transparent manner. Over a two-week period, from 3 to 19 May 2023, 6,742 members responded giving their views.

Representing almost 190,000 members in Luxembourg and the Greater Region, the Automobile Club du Luxembourg (ACL) strives to support initiatives that promote safe, affordable and sustainable individual mobility.

Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of respondents were motorists (80%) and pedestrians (63%). Some 17% were cyclists and 8% motorcyclists. However, almost a third of respondents say they use public transport often or indeed very often (31%).

It is quite logical that their expectations are mainly centred around additional P+R parking capacity (86%) and the development of additional public transport services (75%) to relieve traffic congestion on Luxembourg’s roads.

The ACL is federating

94% of ACL members believe that political decision-makers should attach greater importance to mobility issues, with over 60% saying they would vote based on the importance placed on mobility in election manifestos. Some 78% of our members believe that greater emphasis should be placed on awareness-raising, information and training, and look to ACL to act as their spokesperson.

This gives the ACL the green light to be more vocal when decisions taken at political level do not take sufficient account of the problems and realities facing our members.

E-mobility is a divisive issue

The development of e-mobility remains a particularly divisive issue among our members. Only 41% of respondents believe that public investment in infrastructure for e-mobility should be increased.

Meanwhile just 47% agreed with the requirement for all new buildings to be fitted with charging points received. Increasing state funding for the installation of charging points has also proved divisive, with only half of respondents saying they were in favour of such a measure.

On the other hand, the promotion of eco-responsible alternative fuels other than e-mobility is clearly a very strong expectation of ACL members.



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A strong bond between the ACL and its members

The ACL has undertaken to focus on those issues and proposals that have received the approval of a two-thirds majority of its members, and to publish the results of the survey in a transparent manner. Over a two-week period, from 3 to 19 May 2023, 6,742 members responded giving their views.

Representing almost 190,000 members in Luxembourg and the Greater Region, the Automobile Club du Luxembourg (ACL) strives to support initiatives that promote safe, affordable and sustainable individual mobility.

Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of respondents were motorists (80%) and pedestrians (63%). Some 17% were cyclists and 8% motorcyclists. However, almost a third of respondents say they use public transport often or indeed very often (31%).

It is quite logical that their expectations are mainly centred around additional P+R parking capacity (86%) and the development of additional public transport services (75%) to relieve traffic congestion on Luxembourg’s roads.

 

The ACL is federating

94% of ACL members believe that political decision-makers should attach greater importance to mobility issues, with over 60% saying they would vote based on the importance placed on mobility in election manifestos. Some 78% of our members believe that greater emphasis should be placed on awareness-raising, information and training, and look to ACL to act as their spokesperson.

This gives the ACL the green light to be more vocal when decisions taken at political level do not take sufficient account of the problems and realities facing our members.

 

E-mobility is a divisive issue

The development of e-mobility remains a particularly divisive issue among our members. Only 41% of respondents believe that public investment in infrastructure for e-mobility should be increased.

Meanwhile just 47% agreed with the requirement for all new buildings to be fitted with charging points received. Increasing state funding for the installation of charging points has also proved divisive, with only half of respondents saying they were in favour of such a measure.

On the other hand, the promotion of eco-responsible alternative fuels other than e-mobility is clearly a very strong expectation of ACL members.

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