The SBB expands its offer. 15. December will be introduced with the timetable change, various new Compounds, such as the railway at a media conference. From Zurich, Basel, Geneva and Lausanne, there are more Connections to Paris. In addition, the existing trains will be replaced by more modern and comfortable TGV double-deck trains with Wi-Fi.
the direct connection Bern-Paris is Deleted. On the Connections from Chur, Zürich and Basel and Bern and Interlaken to Germany's new ICE-trains of the fourth Generation are in use. On the routes from Basel and Zürich to Ticino the new Giruno trains from Stadler drive. Step-by-step this is to continue from 2020 to Milan.
At the airport, tracks renewed
The new long-distance double-Decker trains from December on the Intercity 3 between Basel and Chur. Further, the SBB takes the S-Bahn Geneva has been in operation. It has to be deleted also Connections and slows down. Already from June and expected to last until December, the journey from the German Switzerland to the Ticino, between 8 and 15 minutes longer, because the track between Arth Goldau and train will be renewed.
From December to expect travelers between Basel and Olten with restrictions. For travelers from Bern or Olten who want to change trains in Basel on the TGV to Paris, the journey time by half an hour. From October 2019 through April 2020, are also renewed at the train station of Zurich airport the tracks. Long-distance trains will be diverted and not run partly over the airport, the SBB.
in Addition, there are Changes in the regions of:
The S29 in Turgi, Switzerland-Aarau hourly runs more to Olten, and is linked with the S8 Olten-Sursee.
Between Langenthal and Olten the S23 operates new factory open daily until 20 PM in half an hour.
On the S1 Sursee-Luzern-Baar, there are new early connections and more seats. The vehicles on the S9 Luzern-Lenzburg and on the S99 Lucerne-Hochdorf to be modernized.
the connections of The S9 "Läufelfingerli" on the long-distance transport in Olten and Sissach be improved.
The roadmap draft 2020 from 29. May on the Internet at www.fahrplanentwurf.ch available.
Created: 07.05.2019, 10:08 PM