S-Bahn

The S-Bahn Berlin is a 100 percent subsidiary of the Deutsche Bahn Group. Every day in a working week, up to 1.3 million passengers travel with the S-Bahn Berlin. The company\'s red & yellow trains are just as much a familiar feature of the cityscape as the Brandenburg Gate and the …

S-Bahn Berlin covers 15 lines on a 330 kilometre long regional network and with almost 170 train stations. In the center of Berlin, the S-Bahn mostly runs on above ground. Train stations can be identified by the green and white S symbol.

S-Bahn at S-Bahn

Berlin S-Bahn – at Wikipedia.
The Berlin S-Bahn ("Stadtschnellbahn", literally "city fast railway") is a rapid transit system in and around Berlin, the capital city of Germany, and has operated since 1924. The S-Bahn consists of 15 lines serving 166 stations, and runs over a total route length of 332 kilometres (206 mi). The S-Bahn carried 395 million passengers in 2012. It is integrated with the mostly underground U-Bahn to form the backbone of Berlin's rapid transport system. Unlike the U-Bahn, the S-Bahn crosses the Berlin city and state border into the surrounding state of Brandenburg, e.g. to …