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STOAG uses more buses before Christmas

In the run-up to Christmas, STOAG recommends using buses and trams to visit the city center and the new center. Of the…

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STOAG bus for Kyiv

The need for regular buses in the Ukraine, especially in the capital Kyiv, is great. The German local transport companies and bus operators have…

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STOAG timetable for the time change

On the night of October 29th to October 30th the clocks are put back one hour and the hour between 2am and 3am there is…

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Bomb disposal completed in Holten area

Update 19:36 p.m.: The bomb has just been successfully detonated.
It can take around an hour after the closure to keep to the regular timetable…

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Autonomous buses have arrived at STOAG. Ride desired!

They are still on the trailer, but on Sunday two autonomous buses will be waiting for passengers at the STOAG depot. A vehicle…

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Bus travel with rollator

As part of the European Mobility Week, STOAG invites you to a free safety training course for walker users on Wednesday, September 21,…

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125 years of tradition and future: open day at STOAG

STOAG is celebrating its 125th birthday this year. On Sunday, September 18th, all citizens can celebrate. Because when...

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On the way to the mobility turnaround – public transport is climate protection

Mobility behavior was influenced by the corona pandemic in the 2021 financial year. The financing amount of the city of Oberhausen could not...

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Discover NRW for free with the STOAG subscription

The 9-euro ticket for local public transport expires at the end of August. Directly afterwards, in the months of September and October, there will be a…

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First tram christened in Oberhausen

On July 15, District Mayor Thomas Kray and STOAG Managing Director Werner Overkamp opened the first Oberhausen tram on the…

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