Bonn Hauptbahnhof is a main train station in Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, with the Rhine's left-hand railway passing by and the starting point of the Freifer railway. It is classified as a second-class station in the German railway station classification, and can handle the intercity train, the Oucheng train and the intercity express train. Below the German railway station there is a metro station in Bonn City. The Bonn train terminal has about 70 long-distance trains and 165 short-haul trains per day. About 40,000 passengers use the station to send or transfer daily.
Bonn Main Station is the most important railway station in Bonn. It has a total of 5 to the hairline, the platform height is 76 cm. One of the stations (lanes 1 to 3) has a length of 400 meters, and the second platform (4 to 5 lanes) has a length of 200 meters or 255 meters. Therefore, the latter cannot handle long-distance trains. In general, all short or long-distance trains heading towards Cologne will stop in one lane. The only exception is the intercity express train arriving in Bonn and the Sino-Rhine railway train from Bonn in the end of Bonn. In addition, the number of flights operated by the Rhine-Arder will also stop at 2 stops. All short-haul or long-distance trains heading south towards Koblenz are departed from the 3rd route – except for the Rhine-Alte railway, which is used by trains to and from Albrück via Remagen. Route 5 is the starting point for all short-haul trains running on the Freifer Railway.