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The STOAG timetable at the turn of the year

The timetable for buses and trams changes around the turn of the year. On December 31st, STOAG buses and trains will run according to the Sunday timetable until around 23 p.m., then there will be a “New Year’s Eve break”. The Revierflitzer® also take a break between 23:30 p.m. and 00:30 a.m.

The NachtExpress lines NE1 – NE7 will start again from 00:30 a.m. Until around 4:30 a.m. they double their frequency and run every 30 minutes. The cross-city lines NE10, NE11 and NE12 will also increase their frequency in the first hours of the new year, with the NE21 then running every hour.

The Sunday timetable applies on January 01st. A special timetable only applies to the cross-city lines X42, SB91 and 263 until around 10 a.m., after which the regular Sunday timetable also applies to these lines. The Revierflitzer® will be on the road until 9 a.m. on New Year's Day.

All current travel times are available via the electronic timetable information and via the STOAG app. Especially for cross-city connections over the turn of the year, we recommend taking a look at the electronic timetable information when planning.

STOAG recommends that passengers who want to make sure that their desired journey takes a look at the departure monitor take a look. This can be found both in the STOAG app and on as a menu item below the timetable information. While all journeys made are displayed in the electronic timetable information, all canceled journeys are also listed in the departure monitor.

Telephone timetable information is available around the clock on the hotline 0800 6 50 40 30 (toll-free from all German networks).