The economic and political relevance of the city of Luxembourg to its Greater Region leads to increased mobility issues (along with urban sprawl). The main urban centre is like a magnet that pulls people and goods, but, on the other hand, pushes out low-income residents, due to the high cost of living. This chapter presents the results of fieldwork carried out in Luxembourg with a focus on the mobility poverty of migrants and persons living in rural areas, in particular cross-border areas. There is not much recognition of mobility poverty as a topic in the Greater Region. Nevertheless, a lack of efficient connections between the transport systems of neighbouring countries, the hinterland and Luxembourg is a regular topic of debate. Luxembourg is heavily investing in cross-border infrastructure and its regional bus network to improve this situation. Free public transport will reduce the cost of transportation, yet high costs of housing and further economic growth will most likely worsen the mobility situation of some vulnerable groups.