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New bus and train timetables

The changes will come into force on Sunday, 10 December 2023

The timetable change on 10 December 2023 will bring a number of changes to bus and train services. Here are the most important details and highlights of the train and bus timetables in all South Tyrolean districts:



  • Bozen/Bolzano - Meran/Merano (200): Every half hour (instead of every hour) also on Sundays and public holidays;
  • Franzensfeste/Fortezza - Innichen/S. Candido (400): The departure times at Franzensfeste/Fortezza station will change to minutes 21 and 51 (instead of minutes 20 and 50);
  • Brenner/Brennero – Bozen/Bolzano - Verona (100): From Monday to Friday, during the maintenance interval, replacement buses will be provided between Fortezza/Franzensfeste station and Bolzano/Bozen station (departure from Fortezza/Franzensfeste station at 9.15 a.m.; departure from Bolzano/Bozen station from 11.02 a.m.);
  • Meran/Merano - Mals/Malles (250): In the evenings, on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, the timetables of the replacement buses are adapted to the lower volume of traffic in the low season.
  • Meran/Merano - Mals/Malles (250): Trains 7000 and 7002 from Malles/Mals to Merano/Meran leave 2 minutes earlier on the whole route. Train 7001 from Merano/Meran to Malles/Mals also departs 2 minutes earlier on the whole route. Train 7003 from Marlengo/marling station to Malles/Mals leaves one minute earlier (6.44 a.m.).



Bozen/Bolzano and surroundings

  • Kaltern/Caldaro - Bozen/Bolzano (131): Re-introduction of the 15-minute interval in winter and introduction of an early journey at 6.49 a.m. from Eppan Bahnhof/Appiano Stazione;
  • Überetsch/Oltradige - Bozen Industriezone/Bolzano Zona Industriale (137): A new midday journey will be offered: departure from Bozen City Clinic/ Bolzano City Clinic at 1.17 p.m.; departure from Kaltern/Rottenburger Platz/Caldaro Piazza Rottenburg at 1.50 p.m. However, the first early departure will be cancelled;
  • Bozen/Bolzano - Kastelruth/Castelrotto - Birxen/Bressanone (170): From 17 June 2024, introduction of a 15-minute interval from Monday to Friday on the Bolzano/Bozen – Castelrotto/Kastelruth route.

Meran/Merano and surroundings, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

  • Martell/Val Martello (262): From 26 December to 17 March, during the Christmas and Carnival holidays as well as at weekends, buses will run from Martell Dorf/Martello Paese to Hintermartell/Martello di Dentro. In summer, there will be a direct bus from Latsch/Laces to Hintermartell/Martello di Dentro;
  • Mals/Malles - Reschenpass/Passo Resia - Landeck (273): Introduction of Bus Rapid Transit with daily, hourly services.

Eisacktal/Valle Isarco, Wipptal/Alta Valle Isarco

  • Brixen/Bressanone - Palmschoß/Plancios - Würzjoch/Passo Erbe (323): Introduction of a new line in the period from 18 May to 13 October 2024.


Bus and train: the “better” alternative

These changes were made in response to suggestions from municipalities and passengers, as well as the requirements of the Provincial Mobility Plan. The aim is clear: a dense, comprehensive public transport network should be the better alternative to the private car for as many people as possible, both for work and leisure.


New bus and train timetables: our highlights

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