Long distance, regional and suburban railway traffic restricted at the Berlin Hauptbahnhof.(Deutsche Bahn)

Long distance, regional and suburban railway traffic restricted at the Berlin Hauptbahnhof
On Friday bomb at the Heidestraße in Berlin-Mitte • Current information www.bahn.de/aktuell
On Friday, April 20 from 10am hold no trains at Berlin’s central station. At 11.30 am, the entire train is set in the main station.
Then defusing a bomb from the second world war on the heath in Berlin-Mitte begins. The trap of 800 meters close to Berlin’s central station completely.

The long-distance trains are diverted as follows for the duration of the bomb:

ICE and IC trains in Hanover, Braunschweig and Hamburg hold in Berlin-Spandau and Berlin Gesundbrunnen. The holding Berlin main station and Berlin Ostbahnhof omitted.

ICE trains in the direction of Halle / Saale, Erfurt and Leipzig and the Euro-city trains Dresden / Prague keep in BerlinGesundbrunnen. The hold Berlin Südkreuz eliminated.

The IC trains to Stralsund keep in BerlinGesundbrunnen. The holding in Berlin main station and Berlin Südkreuz omitted.

The Euro-city trains Berlin-Warsaw are currently constructional reasons replaced by buses. The following applies to the duration of the lockout:

– Bus 50041 and 50043 go as planned from the main station.
– Bus leaves at 50045 East Station at 11.35, stop Berlin main station is omitted
– Bus leaves at 50055 East Station at 13.35 am, hold Berlin main station is omitted
– Bus 50047 goes as planned from the main station.

– Incoming buses 50046 and 50054 continue notwithstanding to Berlin Ostbahnhof.


If their customers already booked travel over long distances, departing from Berlin on Friday, April 20, 2018, do not want to take from 10 to 15 am, they can already their tickets, Thursday, April 19, 2018, to use, free of charge return or up to and including Saturday, April 28, unrestricted use.
Seat reservations can be exchanged free of charge. Forms for reimbursement online booked tickets and information on passengers’ rights can under www.bahn.de be retrieved.

Regional transport lines following are affected:

– RE 1, RE 2, RE 3, RE 4, 5 RE, RE 7, RB 10 RB 14

– Warnemünde Express begins and ends in Berlin-Lichtenberg.

– IRE Hamburg-Berlin ends in Berlin-Spandau.

Questions about the regional traffic also answers the customer dialogue by DB Regio Berlin / Brandenburg at (0331) 235-6881. More information www.bahn.de/aktuell .

Among the restrictions, the S-Bahn Berlin is concerned:

On Friday, the S-Bahn service between the stations Friedrichstrasse and Tiergarten is interrupted.
The lines S3 (20-min intervals), S7 (10-min intervals) and S9 (20 min intervals) until Friedrichstrasse or from zoo (S3 and S9) and from Charlottenburg (S7). Buses used – are between Friedrichstrasse and Tiergarten – the extent permitted by road closures.
With the ring rail lines S41 / S42 or the U2 line of the restricted area can be avoided.

Travelers can check out the details on www.s-bahn-berlin.de
or inform the S-path-Customers phone at (030) 297-43333.