Kehl station

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Kehl
Kehler Bahnhof.JPG
Kehl station, 2007
Location Kehl, Baden-Württemberg
Germany
Line(s) Appenweier–Strasbourg railway
Connections Strasbourg Trams
Other information
Station code n/a
Category 3

Kehl station is a railway station in Kehl, a town in southwestern Germany in the Ortenaukreis, Baden-Württemberg. It is located on the river Rhine, directly opposite the French city of Strasbourg.

It is situated on the Appenweier–Strasbourg railway.

History[edit]

Since June 2007 TGV Trains run from Paris Est to Strasbourg, Stuttgart and Munich. Therefore, since 10 June 2007 the Ortenau-S-Bahn has operated railcars every hour (and sometimes every half-hour) between Offenburg and Strasbourg. This change extended previous services to Strasbourg including services formerly ending in Kehl.

Services[edit]

InterCity[edit]

Line Route Frequency
InterCity 360/361 StrasbourgKehl - Baden-BadenKarlsruheBruchsal - StuttgartPlochingen - UlmAugsburgMunich 1 return

Regional[edit]

Line Route Frequency
TER Alsace / Ortenau S-Bahn StrasbourgKrimmeri-MeinauKehl – Kork – Legelshurst – Appenweier – Offenburg Hourly, additional services in peak

Trams[edit]

Since 29 April, 2017, Strasbourg’s tram service D has been running to Kehl. It currently terminates at Kehl station, but will soon be extended into the centre of town.

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External links[edit]

Coordinates: 48°34′37″N 7°48′31″E / 48.57694°N 7.80861°E / 48.57694; 7.80861