S-BAHN


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S-BAHNSchnellbahn (German: suburban fast trains)
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Covering 97 million train-km a year, this service group represents nearly one-third of the capital's S-Bahn network.
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.
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).
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.
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.
This is primarily used for company-related maintenance of new, 150m long SBB Regio Dosto the Zurich S-Bahn or the other of identical trains (150m and 100m for the IR-traffic).
Before the War, there was a station on the site, but it was destroyed, and now there is only a rather dingy S-Bahn (district railway) halt there, high up on the raised tracks.