Nuremberg S-Bahn

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S-Bahn Nürnberg
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Overview
Locale Nuremberg
Transit type Rapid Transit, Regional rail
Number of lines 4
Number of stations 75
Daily ridership 40,000
Operation
Began operation 26 September 1987
Operator(s) S-Bahn Nürnberg
Technical
System length 229 km
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) (standard gauge)
Electrification 15 kV, 16.7 Hz AC Overhead lines
System map

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The Nuremberg S-Bahn (German: S-Bahn Nürnberg) is an S-Bahn network covering the region of Nuremberg, Fürth and Erlangen which was founded in 1987 and is now integrated in the Transport Association Region Nuremberg (Verkehrsverbund Großraum Nürnberg). The full length of the four current lines is about 229 kilometres. The S-Bahn trains are operated by DB Regio Mittelfranken, a subsidiary of DB Regio Bayern; from December 2018 the service was due to be taken over by National Express Germany, however it withdrew from the bidding process in October 25 2016, the lines will continue to be operated by DB Regio Mittelfranken for the foreseeable future.

The service between Fürth and Erlangen-Brück has been marred by frequent delays and service restrictions due to the slow construction for four-track expansion. No completion date is given.

Current lines[edit]

Line Route Opened Length Stations
S 1 Bamberg** – Forchheim** – Erlangen** – Fürth (Bay) Hbf** – Nürnberg Hbf* – Lauf (links Pegnitz)* – Hersbruck (links Pegnitz)* – Hartmannshof* 1987*–2010** 99.6 km (61.9 mi) 37
S 2 RothSchwabach – Nürnberg Hbf – FeuchtAltdorf 1992–2004 49.6 km (30.8 mi) 23
S 3 Nürnberg Hbf – Feucht – Neumarkt (Oberpf) 1992–2010 36.2 km (22.5 mi) 10
S 4 Nürnberg HbfAnsbachDombühl 2010 67.1 km (41.7 mi) 16
S-Bahn network map (as of Dezember 2017)

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