S-Bahn(S-Bahn)

Train Type: S-Bahn

In Austria, 26 S-Bahn lines take 385,000 passengers daily to their destination.

The S-Bahn is an essential part of the inner-city transport network in Vienna. Following the 5 underground lines in Vienna, the two S-Bahn lines now have their own colours on the traffic maps as well as a correspondingly colour-coded guidance systems in the stations.

Vienna’s rapid railway system S-Bahn has been in operation since 17 January 1962. From the very beginning, the S-Bahn with its main line from Vienna/Floridsdorf to Vienna/Meidling was designed to connect the surrounding areas of Vienna with the city. This transport policy decision had a far-reaching impact on the development of the entire eastern region.

1st Class

In Austria, 26 S-Bahn lines take 385,000 passengers daily to their destination.

The S-Bahn is an essential part of the inner-city transport network in Vienna. Following the 5 underground lines in Vienna, the two S-Bahn lines now have their own colours on the traffic maps as well as a correspondingly colour-coded guidance systems in the stations.

Vienna’s rapid railway system S-Bahn has been in operation since 17 January 1962. From the very beginning, the S-Bahn with its main line from Vienna/Floridsdorf to Vienna/Meidling was designed to connect the surrounding areas of Vienna with the city. This transport policy decision had a far-reaching impact on the development of the entire eastern region.

Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

In Austria, 26 S-Bahn lines take 385,000 passengers daily to their destination.

The S-Bahn is an essential part of the inner-city transport network in Vienna. Following the 5 underground lines in Vienna, the two S-Bahn lines now have their own colours on the traffic maps as well as a correspondingly colour-coded guidance systems in the stations.

Vienna’s rapid railway system S-Bahn has been in operation since 17 January 1962. From the very beginning, the S-Bahn with its main line from Vienna/Floridsdorf to Vienna/Meidling was designed to connect the surrounding areas of Vienna with the city. This transport policy decision had a far-reaching impact on the development of the entire eastern region.

Facilities in the coach