Deutsche Bahn announces start date: €9 ticket will go on sale on May 23 - Economy

Consumers can purchase the so-called €9 monthly ticket from the Deutsche Bahn from May 23 – provided the project is approved by the Bundestag and the Bundesrat.

The group announced on Sunday that the ticket is then available via the DB Navigator app and all other digital rail channels. “It will also be available at approximately 5,500 Deutsche Bahn ticket machines and more than 400 decibel travel centers at train stations,” she added.

[Wenn Sie aktuelle Nachrichten aus Berlin, Deutschland und der Welt live auf Ihr Handy haben wollen, empfehlen wir Ihnen unsere App, die Sie hier für Apple- und Android-Geräte herunterladen können.]

With the monthly ticket, travelers can travel around Germany by public transport for nine euros – in all cities and across all network borders. Tickets can also be purchased online or at the counter from other carriers. Several associations have already announced their desire to start selling on May 23.

In June, July and August, special tickets are intended to enable travel on local and regional transport throughout Germany – for €9 per month and therefore significantly less than regular monthly tickets. This is part of a relief package that the traffic light coalition between SPD, Greens and the FDP is reacting to as energy prices rise.

At the same time, it should be a gourmet show to win more customers for buses and trains. Parliament and the Federal Council will have to vote on the bill next week.

Bayern against a “three-month consolation patch”

In the Bundesrat, Bavaria threatens to block the upcoming vote on the 9 euro monthly ticket. “If the federal government thinks it can be commended by the federal states for having a three-month consolation and that others have to foot the bill, that is a big mistake,” said Bavarian Transport Minister Christian Bernreiter (CSU). German news agency in Munich.

See also  The world's most ridiculous electric car: The new Hummer supercar can do it

If the federal government does not fully reimburse ticket costs and does not significantly increase localization funds as promised in the coalition agreement, it will run into a wall in the Bundesrat.

“Under the present circumstances, I do not see that Bavaria is able to agree to the law in the Bundesrat. The real satisfaction of citizens is the permanent strengthening of local public transport with more federal funds for a better offer.”

See also  Video editing: Adobe acquires Frame.io | Hayes Online

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here