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1 Verkehrsmittel in Deutschland

2 Wo ist die U-Bahn?

3 Was gibt es hier?

4 Wir mussen hier durch.

5 Ich muss eine Fahrkarte kaufen.
Single trip ticket €2 if purchased on a bus or tram €1.50 4-trip ticket €6 Wiener Einkaufskarte (off-peak day pass) €4 24-hour pass €5 72-hour pass €12 8-day pass €24 Weekly pass €12.50 Monthly Pass € 45.00 Year Pass • Valid for unlimited travel in zone 100 within 12 calendar months. • A passport picture is required, and the ticket must be ordered   from the Vienna Transport head office. Free travel for children • Children up to the age of six travel free of charge  • Children up to the age of 15 travel free on Sundays  • and public holidays  and during the school holidays  This includes: • week before Easter • July 6th through August 31st  • Dec 23rd through  Jan 6th  • An ID card may be helpful to prove a child's age


7 Und dann was? entwerten?

8 der Bahnsteig


10 Wann kommt der Zug an?

11 Was machen wir wenn es ein Notfall ist?

12 Hier kommt der Zug


14 Mach die Tur auf.

15 Steig ein.

16 Zug fahrt ab.

17 Wohin?


19 die Strassenbahn




23 der Schnellbahn


25 der Autobus

26 Taxi

27 Hier kommt die Polizei Opel

28 Audi

29 Porsche

30 Mercedes

31 Osterreiches Bundesbahn

32 LONG-DISTANCE TRAINS ICE (InterCity Express) - The flagship of the GermanRail system. Provides high-speed connections between the principal metropolitan areas. Trains run every hour or more frequently. CIS (Cisalpino) - A train very similar to the ICE, but runs on conventional tracks rather than the special tracks used by the ICE. Thalys - Express train connecting Cologne, Dusseldorf, Paris, Brussles, and Amsterdam. IC/EC (InterCity/EuroCity) - Express trains connecting the larger domestic destinations. Trains run every hour. Some of these trains travel into adjacent countries as part of the EC (EuroCity) system. ICN, EN, CNL, NZ (InterCityNight, EuroNight, CityNightLine; Nachtzug) - Various night trains providing long-distance sleeping accomodations. IR (InterRegio) - Express service connecting domestic and international medium-sized towns and major rail centers. Trains generally run every two hours or more often. (This service is in the process being phased-out and consolidated with other services.) D (Durchgangszug) - A fairly rapid longer distance train. Provides connections on some of the lesser traveled routes or times. Many international overnight trains are this designation

33 REGIONAL TRAINS IRE (InterRegioExpress) - An express train connecting regional cities at regular intervals. RE (RegionalExpress) - An express train connecting medium and larger-sized towns to main rail hubs. RB (RegionalBahn) - Similar to RE, but slower since it stops in virtually every town along the way. SE (StadtExpress) - A local train that connects outlying towns with medium and large cities. S-Bahn (Schnellbahn) - Commuter rail service in and around major metropolitan areas.






39 die Autobahn


41 AUTOBAHN SPEED LIMITS (These are maximum "default" limits
AUTOBAHN SPEED LIMITS (These are maximum "default" limits. Posted signs override these limits.)                                                                                                                                         


43 Solid white line- Marks the left edge of the road or, on the right side, marks the inside of the shoulder or the right edge of the road. Long, thin broken white lines- Separate traffic lanes. Short, thick broken white lines- Separate a deceleration (exit) lane or acceleration (entrance) lane from the main traffic lanes. V-diagonal markings- Mark the restricted area at an exit gore. Yellow markings- Used in construction zones and supercede all regular white markings.



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