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18 March: Venosta/Vinschgau valley railway resumes weekend service

Exceptions in the evening hours

From Monday 18 March 2024, the Venosta/Vinschgau valley railway will operate on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. The partial closure of the Venosta/Vinschgau valley railway in the evening hours due to electrification work remains in force.

Mobility at provincial level

"TheVenosta/Vinschgau valley railway is not only a central element for mobility in the western half of the province. Above all, it is part of a province-wide mobility concept that can only work if the Venosta/Vinschgau valley railway is also electrified," says Daniel Alfreider, Provincial Councillor for Mobility. "Our aim is to offer an attractive half-hourly service in Venosta/Vinschgau valley, as in the rest of the province. In addition, trains will run directly from Malles/Mals to Innsbruck and Lienz," adds the councillor.

Partial closure in the evening

The last three evening trains to Malles/Mals and the last two evening trains to Merano/Meran will be cancelled. There will be a replacement bus service every hour. The replacement buses will only stop at the stops indicated in the timetable. In Lagundo/Algund the replacement buses will stop at the “Stazione Lagundo/Bahnhof Algund” stop in via Weingartner/Weingartnerstraße. Marlengo/Marling station can be reached by bus number 212.

Replacement bus service

Tickets and passes must be purchased and validated before boarding the replacement bus.

Bike transport

Bicycles are not allowed to be transported on the replacement buses. 

Further information

All timetables and information are available at www.altoadigemobilita.info/en/, on the südtirolmobil app and by phone: +39 0471 220 880.


STA/Daniel Gütl

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