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Archived press releases

The STOAG timetable at the turn of the year

Even if the big New Year's Eve celebrations are canceled this year, the STOAG buses and trams will be on the move on New Year's Eve. Until around ...

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STOAG Christmas schedule

Due to the current curfew in Oberhausen, the timetable has been changed slightly on Christmas days.

Christmas Eve is first ...

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STOAG continues

Despite the lockdown, STOAG is maintaining the regular timetable and thus public mobility.

So come all those who ...

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Buying tickets on buses is possible again

With immediate effect, STOAG will open the front doors in their buses again. This means that you can buy tickets again on almost all STOAG buses.

At the…

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Major construction site at Buschhausener Strasse - diversion line 976

Work on the next section of the major construction site Buschhausener Straße in the area of ​​the railway tunnel will begin on November 29th. The buses…

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STOAG tips for Christmas traffic

On the coming Saturdays and on Sundays that are open for sale this year, STOAG is increasing the range of services on the route and adding additional ...

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STOAG is using even more buses for school transport

With the start of school after the autumn holidays, STOAG uses additional buses in school traffic to give the schoolchildren a particularly ...

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Timetable for the time change

In the night from October 24th to October 25th, the clocks are put back by one hour, the hour between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m.

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Another warning strike in public transport

On Monday, October 19, the ver.di union called on STOAG to go on an all-day warning strike. The STOAG buses and trams stay on ...

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Ticket sales on the SB91 line

From Monday, October 12, it will again be possible to board the SB91 at the front doors and purchase tickets.

The prerequisite for this is ...

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