Ulm Central Station is the main railway station of Ulm, on the Danube River, on the border of Baden-Württemberg in Germany and the Danube-Ille region (Danube-Ille region) in Bavaria.
Ulm Central Station has twelve platforms, five of which are terminal platforms and form a major railway hub. The city's other stations are located in Ulm-Söflingen in the west and Ulm Ost (east) in the east and Ulm-Donautal in the industrial area. The Ulm marshalling station is located in the western part of the city. Neu-Ulm (New Ulm) is located opposite the Danube in Bavaria and has stations in Neu-Ulm, Finningerstraße and Gerlenhofen.
Ulm is located on the railway line from Stuttgart to Munich, the Intercity-Express train, and part of the European Magistrale (main line) from Paris to Budapest. European cities such as Amsterdam, Budapest, Paris and Linz can be reached without a transfer service. About 29,000 passengers use the station every day.  There are approximately 335 trains operated by Deutsche Bahn and Agilis, 75 long-distance trains and 260 regional trains per day. The station is serviced by local trains and is coordinated by the Donau-Iller-Nahverkehrsverbund (Danube-Ille Regional Transport Association, DING).