Bicycles on the Transport

Commuting with bicycles is allowed on public transit. There are several rules a passenger with a bike must obey:

  • Bicycles are not allowed on workdays
  • Bicycles can only be transported depending on the capacity and the situation in the vehicle and only with the driver's consent
  • Passengers younger than 10 years of age may not transport bicycles unless assisted by an adult
  • Passengers carrying bicycles have to purchase an additional ticket for 0.90 €, which is valid for 60 minutes
  • More than one bicycle is normally not allowed on one vehicle, the driver might allow more, if the vehicle capacity suffices. Wheelchairs and strollers have higher boarding priority
  • Bicycles may not be lifted – they have to be pushed or pulled to their designated space to prevent damage or injury
  • One bicycle per passenger – a single passenger may not transport more than a single bicycle
  • Passengers carrying bicycles may only board and alight using doors marked with a respective symbol:
    • Buses: use the door with the stroller symbol
    • Low-floor trams: use the front door
    • Other trams: use the last door (of the front carriage, if more are present)
  • The passenger carrying a bicycle must ensure it is protected against undesired movement and fasten it with a seat belt, if present
  • Passengers with no bicycles have the right of way when boarding or alighting
  • The route operator is not responsible for any damage made to the bicycle during its transport. The passenger is responsible for all damage caused by the bicycle during its transport
  • Electric bicycles, bicycles with trolleys attached to them may not be transported, neither can bicycles that are too dirty


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