Get to work on the train, ride an e-scooter through the city, take a trip in a rental car, or maybe you’d rather get out and about by bike - there are plenty of smart mobility options. That’s why, with us, mobility doesn’t just end at the train station - we go beyond.
It’s easy to book with wegfinder: one app for all the different options.
Finding, booking and paying for our new mobility services couldn’t be easier with the wegfinder app. You can also compare different route options.
The ÖBB Rail&Drive car-sharing option allows you to borrow various vehicles cheaply from more than 35 locations right across Austria, including electric cars. Our low prices are based on the rental time and the distance - there are no annual fees.
You can book a vehicle (including e-vehicles) from € 1.60 per hour (depending on the category) at weekends, for example to go on excursions or for leisure activities. The weekend rate is valid from Friday at 12:00 until Monday at 08:00.
Travelling by e-scooter
E-scooters can be rented as an add-on to local public transport in many cities, including Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz, Villach, Wels and Vienna, as well as in an ever-growing number of municipalities. The wegfinder app makes it easy to link up with our E-Scooter Sharing providers, TIER and KIWIride.
From city bikes to e-mountain bikes: Cycling fans should also take a look at the wegfinder app. At almost 60 ÖBB train stations in Lower Austria and Burgenland, you can hire a set of wheels from a nextbike rental station. E-bikes from GREEN4RENT and Bike Tirol can also be booked directly with the wegfinder app.
With the ÖBB Vorteilscard or the ÖBB Österreichcard, you can save on nextbike rental. Details on regional rates of all providers and their discounts are available directly in the wegfinder app.
Travelling by taxi or shuttle on demand
Free yourself completely from timetables and fixed routes while still travelling just as comfortably as by train with our door-to-door on-demand services. Using the wegfinder app you can book Taxi 40100 in Vienna and the Postbus Shuttle in the south of Vienna, in Upper Austria and in Carinthia.