Regular train

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A regular train is a train that runs daily or on certain days according to a timetable set in advance . These are trains according to the regular train paths contained in the annual timetable (for ÖBB in the picture timetable). However , this does not include trains on demand . Non-regular trains are called extra trains (Switzerland) or special trains and relief trains ( Germany ).

A regular train shall be subject to at independent commercial traffic transport company and public service traffic to the provisions of the mode of transport . It can be used with regular tickets .

Individual evidence

  1. a b Deutsche Reichsbahn: Driving Service Regulations (DV 408) (valid from September 1, 1933) §5 (2)
  2. a b c Deutsche Bundesbahn: Driving service regulation (from May 28, 1972) §3
  3. a b Association of German Transport Companies: Driving regulations for non-federal railways (valid from December 15, 2013) §4 (2)
  4. a b ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG: DV V3 - operating regulations (status 12/2012) Section 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 11