S-BAHN


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S-BAHNSchnellbahn (German: suburban fast trains)
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The two contracts are to operate the entire S-Bahn Nuremberg network, covering five rail lines in one of the most prosperous parts of Bavaria, Germany's second most populous state.
About 30 percent of regional trains and S-Bahn services were running in the west and north of the country, about 40 percent in the south and between 15 and 30 percent in the east, it said.
AW: For art books, Bucherbogen under the Savignyplatz S-bahn station; for English books, Dialogue Books in Kreuzberg; for German literature, Marga Scholler on Knesebeckstrasse.
Every three minutes one train stops at the airport--from the S-bahn to the so-called ICE (express train).
Communications solutions provider Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) has revealed it is providing an IP-based communication network for the Deutsche Bahn AG's S-Bahn Berlin GmbH urban railway system in Berlin and Brandenburg, Germany, to improve technical operations and passenger safety.
Adding the movement and fluidity of people who ride the S-Bahn would enliven the institutions to include those who pass through in addition to those who sustain them.
The 60 new trains, which should go into service between January 2007 and mid-2008, are earmarked for use on the S-Bahn in Vienna and as regional trains throughout Austria.
Contract notice: procurement of additional handrails br 481 s-bahn berlin
Frankfurt and Dusseldorf airports began to plan for S-Bahn underground stations within their new terminals, but at that time, German Federal Railways was very reluctant to link airports to the rail networks.
The U-Bahn underground, S-Bahn suburban services and trams whisk sightseers around the city for around [pounds sterling]4 a day.
If you stand on the platform of the S-Bahn at the Lehrter Bahnhof and look south, the sky is filled with tower cranes to the horizon.
A consortium, comprising Alstom LHB and Bombardier Transportation, signed a contract with S-Bahn Hamburg GmbH for the supply of nine electric multiple units (EMUs) and the retrofit of 33 EMUs of type ET 474.