ICE 4 Baureihe 412 bei Hünfeld

Deutsche Bahn unveils 2024 timetable: longer ICEs on main routes

ICE 4 train underway in the Haunetal Deutsche Bahn AG / Oliver Lang

The new 2024 timetable of Deutsche Bahn promises up to 25 per cent more seats on high-demand routes, including Berlin to North Rhine-Westphalia and Berlin to Munich. The German operator will also introduce additional Sprinter services and improve regional services.

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Author: Esther Geerts

Former Editor RailTech.com

1 comment op “Deutsche Bahn unveils 2024 timetable: longer ICEs on main routes”

Joachim Falkenhagen|29.09.23|18:56

“The splitting and coupling of trains [from and to Berlin] in Hamm (Westphalia)” to and from Cologne and Dusseldorf will remain every two hours, only in every other hours two separate trains will operate.

The existing timtable shows almost hourly departures from Berlin to Bamberg, often through Halle, except at around 5:25, 14:25 and 18:25, and no trains between 19:25 and 4:30. Berlin – Erlangen is served every other hour (through Leipzig). It will be seen if these services are reduced.

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