S-Bahn in Austria, Europe

The S-Bahn (or Schnellbahn) is a system of urban and suburban railway network with fast electric trains with short stops. In Austria there are S-Bahns in Vienna and Salzburg. The Salzburg S-Bahn is Austria’s first Euroregion S-Bahn since it crosses the border to Salzburg’s suburbs in Germany. OBB of Austria teams up with Salzburger Lokalbahn for this. Two latest additions of S-Bahns are in Innsbruck and Graz. austria21

S-BAHN VIENNA LINES AND ROUTES

S-BAHN SOUTHBOUND LINE AND ROUTE, VIENNA
 S9 : Wiener Neustadt main station – Mödling – Vienna Meidling – Vienna – Vienna Floridsdorf – Gänserndorf

 S15: Hütteldorf Vienna – Vienna Meidling – Vienna – Vienna Floridsdorf – Mistelbach – Laa / Thaya

 S7 : Wolfsthal – Airport Vienna – Vienna – Vienna Floridsdorf – Mistelbach – Laa / Thaya

 S9 : Vienna Meidling – Vienna – Vienna Floridsdorf – Stockerau – Hollabrunn

 S9 : Vienna Meidling – Vienna – Vienna Florids village – Stockerau – Absdorf-Hippers village – Krems / Danube

 S9 : Wiener Neustadt main station – Vienna Liesing – Vienna Meidling – Vienna – Vienna Floridsdorf – Archduke Karl-street – Vienna South Station (East)

 S40 : St. Poelten Hbf – Traismauer – Tulln – Heiligenstadt – Vienna Franz Josef station

 S45 : Hütteldorf Vienna – Vienna Ottak ring – Vienna Handelskai

 S50 : (Rekawinkel – ) Tullnerbach-Pressbaum – Wien Westbahnof

 S60 : Bruck / Leitha – Vienna South Station (East)

 S80 : Vienna South Station (East) – Archduke Karl-street – Vienna Hausfeldstrade

S-BAHN NORTHBOUND LINE AND ROUTE, VIENNA
 S1 : South Railway, Stammstrecke, North Railway

 S2 : Regular route, Laaer Ostbahn

 S2 :   Pressburger rail, regular route, Laaer Ostbahn

 S3 : Regular route, Northwestern Railway

 S4 :   Regular route, Northwest Railway, Franz Josef Railway

 S8 : South Railway, Stammstrecke, East Railway

 S40 :  Franz Josefs Railway
 
 S45 : Viennese suburbs line

 S50 : East Railway

 S60 : East Railway

 S80 : East Railway