ÖBB will have a massive timetable update from the 10th of December

The Austrian state rail company, ÖBB, will have an updated timetable from the 10th of December for local, regional, international, and nighttime services.
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PUBLISHED 30.10.2023
From the 10th of December, the Austrian state rail company, ÖBB, will launch new timetables for local, international, regional, and nighttime services. A total of 330 new trains will be put in commission towards the end of 2023 and beginning of 2024. This will help cover an extra 2.8 million miles in regional and local transport.

New international routes will cover Poland, Germany, France and Slovenia. In the middle of December, a night train from Vienna to Hamburg will become available. New sleeper services to the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and France will also be phased in over the course of the next several years.

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Not forgetting that in October 2024, ÖBB will link Munich and Warsaw by a night train that will pass through Salzburg, Vienna, Linz and Krakow. The currently operating night train that connects Graz and Vienna to Berlin will start going through Breclav, Prague and Dresden. Also, the route between Vienna and Paris and Vienna and Brussels will become a daily service.
ÖBB plans to double its night train capacity from the current 1.5 million to 3 million passengers by 2030. Over the next 6 years, the company will invest approximately EUR 6.1B in modernised trains.

Following the guidelines of the new initiative, ÖBB will increase the amount of its daytime services, including the Vienna-Berlin, Innsbruck-Berlin, Villach, Austria and Ljubljana, Slovenia routes.

The company has ordered 47 new double-decker trains to increase passenger capacity on local transport. There will also be 26 battery-powered trains coming to replace diesel traffic on the Kamptalbahn.

Austria continues to enhance its infrastructure in order to ease the lives of its residents. By the end of 2023, 46 million passengers are expected to be using ÖBB services.
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