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International timetables

As of the timetable year 2012, international pocket timetables are no longer published in printed form. Details of international services operating in border areas can be now found in the pocket timetables for regional transport.

With the "personal timetable", you can create your own journey information. Enter the place of departure and the destination, as well as the desired date of travel or train category, and three minutes later you'll receive – free of charge – your own individual timetable as a PDF file (either via a download link or an e-mail) to print off yourself and take with you.

Complete, up-to-date timetable information can be obtained from the online timetable at as well as via the SBB mobile apps for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 smartphones. Rail Service is there for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0900 300 300 (CHF 1.19/min from Swiss landlines).We are also happy to offer you over-the-counter advice at staffed stations throughout Switzerland. Plus, at 59 stations, the timetable PCs provide you with free access to information on your desired connections.