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Smart mobility

Vienna currently has five subway lines with 109 stations on 83 km of track, 28 tram routes and 131 bus routes. The total public transportation network amounts to over 1,150 km in length. About 1 billion passengers are transported annually. Further investments in rail transportation are planned in line with the city's future-oriented transport policy. This should allow the constant growth in passenger numbers to be managed properly in the future as well. At the same time, further outlying districts are to be connected to the city center. Wiener Linien is choosing to modernize its fleet of buses by deploying increasing numbers of electric buses. The integration of modern technology is the order of the day: the WienMobil app lets mobile users know when the next tram, subway train or bus departs. Real-time information for all stops, integrated timetable information and disruption information enable users to get around on public transport without complication.

Vienna can also be admired on over 1,379 km of cycle paths, cycle lanes and cycle routes through low-traffic zones. Visitors who would like to view the city and its attractions from the saddle of a bicycle and in the fresh air should ideally climb on board a Citybike: The Citybike network is also easy to use for visitors to Vienna. The procedure is simple: Register directly at a Citybike terminal with a credit card (MasterCard, Visa, JCB), choose a bike and pedal away. For a one-off registration fee of €1, users have access to 1,500 bicycles distributed between 121 stations. The first hour is free, after which a usage fee is charged.

Sharing models in Vienna

Many different kinds of bicycles are offered for rental by private individuals and bicycle shops on the bike sharing platform There are possibilities to rent a bicycle at many places in the city.

If you need a car, you don't have to own one in Vienna: Carsharing is the name of the welcome alternative as a further step towards personal mobility. Wiener Linien now operate six WienMobil stations in Simmering, Ottakring, Mariahilf, Neubau, Landstraße and Leopoldstadt. At the WienMobil locations, the public transport services of trams, buses and underground trains are linked to rental offers such as scooter sharing, rental cars and bike sharing. The "WienMobil Auto" offer is integrated into the WienMobil app and can be booked directly with the provider "share me". The electric vehicles can be rented at existing WienMobil stations and at other locations throughout Vienna. Discounted rates are available for annual ticket holders. Cars can be rented across the city also from

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