S-Bahn(S-Bahn)

Train Type: S-Bahn

S-bahn is a mixed city serving the metropolitan area – a suburban train. Some larger S-train systems provide similar services for fast transit systems, while smaller S-train systems are often similar to commutes or even regional tracks. They are particularly common in Germany and Austria. They are called S-Bahn. In the 1930s, they were the abbreviation of Schnellbahn, the intercity train (Stadtschnellbahn) or the light rail (Stadtbahn), depending on the city.

1st Class

S-bahn is a mixed city serving the metropolitan area – a suburban train. Some larger S-train systems provide similar services for fast transit systems, while smaller S-train systems are often similar to commutes or even regional tracks. They are particularly common in Germany and Austria. They are called S-Bahn. In the 1930s, they were the abbreviation of Schnellbahn, the intercity train (Stadtschnellbahn) or the light rail (Stadtbahn), depending on the city.

Facilities in the coach
  • * display and announcement of next stop
  • * more comfortable seats
  • * quiet zone
  • * barrier-free stations
  • * equipped with guide systems for the blind
  • * ramps and elevators are accessible

2nd Class

S-bahn is a mixed city serving the metropolitan area – a suburban train. Some larger S-train systems provide similar services for fast transit systems, while smaller S-train systems are often similar to commutes or even regional tracks. They are particularly common in Germany and Austria. They are called S-Bahn. In the 1930s, they were the abbreviation of Schnellbahn, the intercity train (Stadtschnellbahn) or the light rail (Stadtbahn), depending on the city.

Facilities in the coach
  • * display and announcement of next stop
  • * comfortable seats
  • * barrier-free stations
  • * equipped with guide systems for the blind
  • * ramps and elevators are accessible