Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn

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Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn
Industry Transport
Headquarters Parchim, Germany
Owner Prignitzer Eisenbahn (50%)
BeNEX (50%)
Number of employees
480
Website www.odeg.de

Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn GmbH (ODEG) is a joint venture founded in June 2002, each owning 50% of the Prignitzer Eisenbahn (part of the Netinera Group) and BeNEX. It operates passenger services on eleven railway lines in Berlin/Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt.

Rolling stock[edit]

Stadler GTW on the line RB51 in Brandenburg
Second class interior of a Stadler KISS

Network[edit]

Current services[edit]

Line KBS Route Duration of contract
RE 2 202 WismarSchwerin HauptbahnhofWittenbergeBerlin HauptbahnhofCottbus December 2012 – December 2022
RE 4 204 StendalRathenowBerlin SüdkreuzLudwigsfeldeJüterbog December 2012 – December 2022
RB 13 152 RehnaSchwerin HauptbahnhofParchim December 2013 – December 2019
RB 14 172 Hagenow StadtHagenow LandLudwigslustParchim December 2002 – December 2019
RB 33 209.33 Berlin-WannseeBeelitz StadtJüterbog December 2011 – December 2022
RB 34 304 StendalSchönhausen (Elbe)Rathenow December 2015 – December 2018
RB 46 209.46 CottbusForst (Lausitz) December 2008 – December 2030
RB 51 209.51 RathenowPritzerbeBrandenburg Hauptbahnhof December 2011 – December 2022
OE 60V 230 GörlitzBautzenBischofswerda December 2008 – December 2018
OE 64 229 GörlitzNieskyHoyerswerda December 2008 – December 2030
OE 65 220 CottbusGörlitzZittau December 2008 – December 2030

Former services[edit]

Line KBS Route Duration of contract Notes
R 3 172 ParchimKarow (Meckl)Inselstadt Malchow December 2002 – December 2014 change of operator to Eisenbahngesellschaft Potsdam
R 3 172 Inselstadt MalchowWaren (Müritz) December 2002 – December 2014 change of operator to DB Regio Nordost
R 3 205 Waren (Müritz)Neustrelitz Hauptbahnhof December 2002 – December 2014 closure of railway
R 6 173 Neustrelitz HauptbahnhofMirow December 2002 – December 2012 change of operator to Eisenbahngesellschaft Potsdam
RB 25 209.25 Berlin-LichtenbergAhrensfeldeWerneuchen December 2004 – December 2014 change of operator to Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn
RB 25 209.25 WerneuchenTiefensee December 2004 – December 2006 closure of railway
RB 35 209.35 Fürstenwalde (Spree)Bad Saarow Klinikum December 2007 – December 2014 change of operator to Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn
RB 36 209.36 Berlin-LichtenbergBeeskowFrankfurt (Oder) December 2004 – December 2014 change of operator to Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn
RB 60 209.60 Berlin-LichtenbergEberswalde HauptbahnhofFrankfurt (Oder) December 2004 – December 2014 change of operator to DB Regio Nordost (Berlin-Lichtenberg – Eberswalde) and NEB (Eberswalde – Frankfurt (Oder)
RB 63 209.60 Eberswalde HauptbahnhofJoachimsthal December 2004 – December 2014 change of operator to Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn
RB 63 209.60 JoachimsthalTemplin December 2004 – December 2006 closure of railway
RB 63V 203 Eberswalde HauptbahnhofPrenzlau January 2011 – December 2014 change of operator to Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn


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