The S-Bahn is your comfortable, stress-free and also quick option for getting around in Tyrol.
ÖBB operates 6 S-Bahn lines in Tyrol
- Kufstein - Telfs
On the entire route between Kufstein and Telfs, the S1 runs at hourly intervals every day.
- Ötztal - Jenbach
On working days, the S2 operates on the entire route between Ötztal and Jenbach at hourly intervals. In combination with the S1, this results in half-hourly intervals along the Inn Valley between Telfs-Pfaffenhofen and Jenbach.
- Hall - Steinach am Brenner
From Monday through Friday, the S3 operates at hourly intervals on the entire route between Hall and Steinach am Brenner. On Saturday and Sunday between Innsbruck and Steinach.
- Innsbruck - Brenner
On the entire route between Innsbruck and Brenner, the S4 runs at hourly intervals every day.
- Innsbruck - Scharnitz
The S5 operates at hourly intervals between Innsbruck and Scharnitz daily, and at half-hour intervals during rush hours on working days.
- Wörgl - Hochfilzen
The S6 operates on the entire route between Wörgl and Hochfilzen at hourly intervals on working days and at two-hour intervals on the weekend.
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- Zillertalbahn, Jenbach - Mayrhofen
The Zillertalbahn operates daily on the entire route between Jenbach and Mayrhofen at half-hour intervals.
- Achenseebahn, Jenbach - Seespitz
During low season (1 May - 29 May and 5 October - 31 October 2015), the Achenseebahn operates at two-hour intervals on the entire route bewteen Jenbach and Seespitz. During high season (30 May through 4 October 2015), the Achenseebahn operates at almost hourly intervals.
- S-Bahn Tyrol: since 2007
- ÖBB-Lines: 6
- Customers using ÖBB-S-Bahn-trains: approx. 42.000/day