January 12 to May 17 • Broad ICE lines 10 and 12/13 and IC line 77 with a longer travel time • upgrade signaling system in three sections
Long-distance travelers, the ICE lines 10 (Berlin-Hannover-Hamm Cologne / Dusseldorf), 12 (Berlin-Braunschweig-Frankfurt / M Basel-Interlaken) and 13 (Berlin-Braunschweig-Frankfurt / M Airport) and the IC want to use line 77 (Berlin-Hannover-Amsterdam Centraal) of 12 January to 17 May must be prepared for an extended journey time of up to 30 minutes and in Berlin on partially modified holding stations, departure and arrival times.
The work was planned long term and are deposited in information and reservation systems. The traveling time extension between Berlin and Hanover and Braunschweig in the ICE trains from 20 to 30 minutes and the IC trains around 5 minutes incorporated into the timetable.
DB asks all affected travelers to be informed before departure of the actual departure and arrival times. The connections to real-time information are the travel information on www.bahn.de/aktuell , in the DB Navigator app andwww.bahn.de/reiseauskunft ago.
In the roughly four months, the systems of linear train control (LZB) to be renewed on the Berlin-Hannover. This signaling is required for driving trains at speeds of over 160 km / h. The high-speed line between Berlin and Hanover is designed for a speed of up to 250 km / h.
These are currently in operation LZB plant is decommissioned and replaced with a new one, according to the prior art. During the period of shutdown the maximum speed in the affected stretches to 160 km / h, will be reduced. The work done in the three sections Vorsfelde-Oebisfelde, Nahrstedt-Staffelde and Ribbeck- Wustermark sequentially from west to east.