Public transport in Germany is renowned for being quite efficient and effective. The excellent transportation methods cover almost all the country comfortable and quick. Furthermore, there are several options of travel for you to choose from.
In addition to that, you have the option to opt for monthly, weekly, daily and even one time tickets. With the same ticket one is able to make use of all public transport including S-Bahn, buses, trains and trams. Before each journey, the ticket must be validated as inspections are often carried out and fines are given to those having an invalid or not stamped ticket. Below, you can find Germany methods of public transport.
You will realize there is a bus stop when you spot a capital H. Bus routes can be found in most large cities operating through multiple stope around the city. In some cases, you can also find 24hr bus services.
You can find this method of almost even more common than the bus system. Most cities make use of the Trambahn and in some it also goes underground. Some even call it, the tube.
The U-Bahn is the underground rail transit situated in most of Germany’s metropolitan areas. The underground operates very frequent (5 to 15 minutes) and is one of the quickest modes of transport.
Similar to the rail operated U-Bahnm the S-Bahn is the suburban commuter rail, frequently operating in most towns and suburbs, connecting cities together. Even though not frequent as the U-Bahn, the S-Bahn operates every 20 to 30 minutes and make several stops in its route.
Light rail – Stadtbahn
This is very similar to the U-Bahn, however, it mainly operates in the suburbs and runs every 10 to 20 minutes. Beware as the Stadtbahn is marked with the same U as the U-Bahn.