The parking lot (P + R) in Metzange has already caused much ink to flow. Co-financed with Luxembourg and the Val de Fensch agglomeration community, this 6.3 million euro facility, supported by the Portes de France-Thionville agglomeration community (CAPFT), offers 750 spaces for cross-border commuters who wish to travel to the Grand Duchy by bus or carpooling. This paid parking is a long-term alternative to the 400 spaces at Kinepolis, in Thionville, which was largely undersized before the first confinement. However, if, on paper, everything now seems to be working for the P + R of Metzange, the account is not there for travelers of the cross-border line 300 to Luxembourg financed by the Grand Duchy who denounce a reduction in services . “In one year, we have lost 34% of bus passes,” warns Gilles Wobedo, user and member of the Usag’ThiFensch collective. And the nurse explains: “With the new timetables, instead of taking a bus at 6:50 am, I have to leave at 5:00 am to be on duty at 7:30 am!” I have no choice but to take my car back. There are lots of people like me who have taken out an annual subscription and find themselves with a service that is no longer suited to their needs ”. At issue: the reorganization of line 300, now split into three new lines – 298, 299 and 300 – and which contributes to a loss of slots, notably via Thionville.