The S-Bahn is your comfortable, stress-free and also quick option for getting around Vienna and its surroundings.

Main S-Bahn route Vienna Meidling to Vienna Floridsdorf (S1, S2, S3)
The route section between Vienna Meidling and Vienna Floridsdorf, which offers an S-Bahn connection that is equivalent to any subway connection, is referred to as the "Main Route". Three different lines (S1, S2, S3) which operate on the Main Route and stop at all stations between Meidling and Floridsdorf offer very short intervals and therefore guarantee short waiting times for passengers. During rush hours, the trains in this section operate at 3-minute intervals.

New, from 11 December 2016 onwards:

  • S-Bahn line S3: Shorter intervals from Jedlersdorf to Stockerau via Korneuburg during
    peak hours
  • Vienna Meidling - Vienna Liesing: Introduction of a new 10-minute interval
  • Pottendorf railway: Reduction of the stopping time of trains on the S60 line in Vienna Meidling from 19 minutes to 2 minutes

ÖBB operates 10 S-Bahn lines in Vienna

Line S1

Line S2

Line S3

Line S4

Line S7 - Airport connection

Line S40

Line S45 - The suburb line

  • Wien Hütteldorf - Wien Heiligenstadt - Wien Handelskai
    During rush hours, the S45 runs between Vienna Hütteldorf and Vienna Handelskai at 10-minute intervals. This makes the suburb line the ideal option for local transport for the districts 14, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20, offering optimal connections to the Western Route, the S-Bahn Main Route, the Franz-Josefs-Bahn and the Wiener Linien. At four out of ten stations, S45 allows you to switch to a subway - U3 (Ottakring), U4 (Hütteldorf, Heiligenstadt) and U6 (Handelskai) - thereby allowing you to move around the city much faster.
  • Timetable Wien Hütteldorf - Wien Handelskai

Line S50

Line S60

Line S80


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Please note that on ÖBB local trains (these are trains designated as S-Bahn, R or REX) you are required to have a valid ticket prior to boarding the train. The only exceptions are boarding stations where it is not possible to purchase a ticket.