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Operator DVB/DB
System Type S-bahn
Year Opened 1973
# of Lines 3
# of Cars
Mileage 103 km
Gauge standard
Stations 38
Power Overhead
Fare Media tickets
Data Date 2008
1st Visit 3/2008
Last Visit 6/2012
% Rode 75%

Europe Transit > Germany > Dresden


Dresden has a small S-Bahn system operated by German Railway (DB), under the management of DVB & VOO. There are 3 S-Bahn lines. All lines are electrified

S1 serves the basically follows the Elbe from the NW of the city at Meissen Triebischtal thru the city then to the Czech border at Schona.

S2 starts in the north at the Dresden Airport (from the only underground station in Saxony), thru the city, and joins the S1 but terminates at Pirna

S3 line starts from the south at Tharandt and ends at Dresden Hauptbahnhof

Station Routes Photos New Photos
Bad Schandau S1 4  
Flughafen S2 8  
Freitel Heinburg S3 6  
Hauptbahnhof S1,S2,S3 4  
Industrialande S2 4  
Neiderlitz S1,S2 4  
Neustadt Bahnhof S1, S2 12  
Pieschen S1 1  
Misc   3  

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