DB Regio Timetable Back Up to 90 Percent

Germany: DB Regio has successfully increased the number of services it operates as the strictest coronavirus measures are lifted.

At the height of the coronavirus shutdown phase in Germany, DB Regio was running, on average, two thirds of services. There were strong regional variations throughout Germany, depending on the agreements reached with the country’s various transport authorities. Now, that public life is slowly starting up again, DB Regio has been ramping up the number of services.

Berthold Huber, Head of Passenger Transport, Deutsche Bahn, said:

“The new services are running well. Over the next few weeks we will get as close as possible to our regular timetable. We will continue to run as many services we can in the most stable manner we can.

“Together we kept services reliable and scheduled in difficult times.”

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