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Rostock S-Bahn
Lines 3
Length of route 59.6 km
Stations 22
Clock sequence 10 (S2 and S3 60)
Population in the catchment area 235 629
Vehicles BR 628, DB class 642, DB class 143, double deck coach

The S-Bahn Rostock is a train in the Mecklenburg Vorpommern capital Rostock. It has three lines with a total of nearly 60 km in length. The lines from the main station to the sea port in Warnemünde and Rostock operate within the city limits, a third line into the southern city of Güstrow. There are trains with double deck coach and diesel power car used.

Lines Edit

History Edit

West of the Unterwarnow, the line S1 of Warnemünde on the new development areas Lichtenhagen (Rostock), Lüttenklein, Evershagen and the industrial areas Marienehe Bramow and the Kröpeliner-Tor-Vorstadt by Central Station Rostock (181 Route number) is that in the Steintor suburb stone gate-suburban (Rostock).
The S2 also begins in Warnemunde, follows the route of the S1 line, but goes beyond the main station in the southern environs of Rostock. It leads to Schwaan to Güstrow (Route number 182).
The S3 crosses, coming from Central Station, just before the break point Rostock-Kassebohm the Warnow and east affected the Unterwarnow the New Territories Dierkow and Toitenwinkel. It ends at the railway station seaport north (Route number 183).

Stations and travel times Edit

Line Holding Travel time Stations
S1 HRO 10 21 min. Warnemünde - Warnemünde Shipyard - R-Lichtenhagen - R-Lüttenklein - R-Evershagen - R-Marie marriage - R-Bramow - R-Holbeinplatz - R-Parkstraße - Rostock Central Station
S2 HRO 17 54 min. Warnemünde - Warnemünde Shipyard - R-Lichtenhagen - R-Lüttenklein - R-Evershagen - R-Marie marriage - R-Bramow - R-Holbeinplatz - R-Parkstraße - Rostock Hauptbahnhof - Papendorf - Pölchow - Huckstorf - Schwaan - Mistorf - Lüssow - Güstrow
S3 HRO 6 18 min. Rostock Central Station - R-Kassebohm - R-Dierkow - R-Hinrichsstraße - R-Toitenwinkel - R. Seaport North

History Edit

File:Special ticket s-bahn Rostock.jpg

On the path between the Rostock central station and the seaside resort, there was a long time a dense suburban traffic. Collectively he has since 1923 benefited from cheap day return tickets. The temporary suspension of these services in 1953 to protests by workers of the Warnow Werft, so that a few weeks later the old tariffs came into force [1] By begun in the 1960s, construction of new settlements along the route grew in importance of this relation. The existing route via Schmarl was one part of the oldest and largest of these new development areas, Lütten Klein too far away, on the other hand, other new developments on the planned route. In the 1960s, was first a routing west of the city highway to Warnemünde been considered because of the high construction costs, these plans were not followed up [2] Instead, began in 1968, the construction of a path next to the east of the highway. First, on 12 July 1970 branch line from Bramow after Lütten small opening to connect the residential area with downtown and the waterfront. From Bramow to Evershagen the track was next to the main track to Warnemünde in the former location of the second track. That day went, leaning in to the tariffs of other light rail, power tariff simplification. A trip from Rostock Warnemünde uniform cost 50 cents for shorter distances, they paid the normal price of the German Railways.
The route to Lüttenklein was in the years extended to the north and south of the established breakpoint Warnemünde Shipyard back in the old line. With the completion of this new route in 1974 the official launch took place as the S-Bahn (now S1) and the previously irregular traffic was preeminent. The old line about the station Schmarl was shut down.
On 14 December 1985 recorded the electrical equipment on the Rostock S-Bahn. In the rush wrong trains of three four-car double-deck units to the electrification of the Series 118 after the DR-Series 243 (today DB class 143) were covered.
The route to the international port of Rostock was regarded not as an S-Bahn, even after all the trips to and bound by there to Warnemünde. Only in 1987 was the train fare introduced to the international port. The official name of "S-Bahn" for the trains to the port was only introduced after 1990.
From 1982 to inverted several S-Bahn train from Warnemunde to Rostock on to the fertilizer plant in Poppendorf. These features were considered pure rush hour trains and were not in the public schedules. 1992, these trains were stopped.
In the 1990s, the traffic volume during rush hours, since most large companies or disassembling staff were fully closed and lost the residential areas along the S-Bahn routes inhabitants. The 7.5-minute intervals during rush hours has been thinned to a 10-minute intervals and shortening the train length gradually up to sets of three double-deck cars.
Also since the 1990s, the local trains of Güstrow to Rostock as S-Bahn and called out continuously to Warnemünde.
to link planning with the aim of the S-Bahn Rostock system with the streetcar of the city to a light rail system was abandoned in 2007.

Vehicle Use Edit

On the lines S1 and S2 operate rake of double-deck trains with the DB Class 143 (former DR clas 243), two modernized double-deck cars of railroad construction and a new double-deck control car. On special occasions the trains can be extended to a maximum length of six cars (driving trailer, five middle cars). All trains have first and second class cars. In addition, the car with the DB-usual message "S-Bahn Rostock DB" marked. Between Rostock and Warnemünde the trains during daytime service every 15 minutes which is packed during rush hour on a 10-minute intervals. On the S3, the trains leave every hour on the S2 Monday to Friday and hourly on weekends every two hours.
S3 on the line used since 2003 diesel railcars. Then reasoning was that the route from Rostock seaport north to be extended to the ferry terminal and there are no overhead power line is present. Apart from the Memorandum, the extension but nothing has been done further. The DMUs are going to continue under the existing overhead line. Because of low utilization, the capacity of the railcars. Since the stock of the DB class 642 in the operating Rostock sufficient weekdays mainly operate multiple units of the DB 628 series.

S-Bahn Rostock from 9 December 2012 Edit

BR442 Rostock

In the future, used DB Series 442 to test drive on 30 July 2010 in Rostock Central Station

S-Bahn Rostock 2012

S-Bahn Rostock route network from 9 December 2012

In 2009, wrote the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern from the operation on the sub-loop "Warnow", which in addition to Rostock S-Bahn and the lines Wismar - Rostock - Ticino (Bad Doberan) - Rostock - Graal-Müritz and Wismar - Ludwigslust belong. DB Regio Nordost won the tender and will remain operator of the Rostock S-Bahn and is also the Rostock - Laage - take Güstrow [3] [4] As of New timetable 2012, added this line to the S-Bahn network, and run as S3. Then continue to operate all the lines in the section Warnemünde - Rostock central station. Between Rostock and Warnemünde, the trains in rush hour every 7.5 minutes and in the off peak hours every 15 minutes, on the other sections every 60 minutes.
As of December 2012, all lines with brand new five-car electric multiple Bombardier Talent 2 [5] down, which will replace the old double-decker commuter trains (S1 and S2) and diesel multiple units (S3).

Line Holding Route
S1 HRO 10 Warnemünde - Warnemünde Shipyard - R-Lichtenhagen - R-Lüttenklein - R-Evershagen - R-Marie marriage - R-Bramow - R-Holbeinplatz - R-Parkstraße - Rostock Central Station
S2 HRO 17 Warnemünde - Warnemünde Shipyard - R-Lichtenhagen - R-Lüttenklein - R-Evershagen - R-Marie marriage - R-Bramow - R-Holbeinplatz - R-Parkstraße - Rostock Central Station - Papendorf - Pölchow - Huckstorf -Schwaan - Mistorf - Lüssow - Güstrow
S3 HRO 19 Warnemünde - Warnemünde Shipyard - R-Lichtenhagen - R-Lüttenklein - R-Evershagen - R-Marie marriage - R-Bramow - R-Holbeinplatz - R-Parkstraße - Rostock Central Station - Kavelstorf - Scharstorf - Kronskamp - Laage - Subzin-Liessow - Plaaz - Mierdorf - Priemerburg - Güstrow
32px 15 Warnemünde - Warnemünde Shipyard - R-Lichtenhagen - R-Lüttenklein - R-Evershagen - R-Marie marriage - R-Bramow - R-Holbeinplatz - R-Parkstraße -Rostock Central Station - R. Kassebohm - R. Dierkow - R. Hinrichsstraße - R. Toitenwinkel - R. seaport north

Literature Edit

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Links Edit

References Edit

  1. Lothar Schultz, Joseph Temme, The S-Bahn Rostock -. Warnemünde, Publisher Kenning, 2004, ISBN 3-933613-69-8, p. 28/29
  2. Lothar Schultz, Joseph Temme, The S-Bahn Rostock -. Warnemünde, Publisher Kenning, 2004, ISBN 3-933613-69-8, p. 13
  3. mv.de/cms2/Regierungsportal_prod/Regierungsportal/de/vm/_Service/Presse/Aktuelle_Pressemitteilungen/index.jsp & pid = 15 822 Current Press Releases - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: The Government Portal
  4. Current Press Releases - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: The Government Portal
  5. DB Group - 104/2010

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