How to protect yourself and others on public transport.

Public life continues to pick up speed. We are working hard for you around the clock to fulfil your mobility needs and ensure that you are again in good hands when on the move. Protect yourself and others by wearing a mask on public transport and by continuing to observe hygiene and distancing rules.

An overview of protective measures.

Since 11 May, public transport is to considerably extend its services once again. In order to travel as safely as possible, you should continue to adhere to the recommendations of the Federal Council. Find out more about our safety guidelines and protect yourself as well as those around you.

  • Please wear a mask.
  • Keep your distance.
  • Avoid peak times.
  • Buy tickets online.
  • Observe hygiene rules.
  • Leave seat spaces.

Occupancy of trains during the week.

On weekdays, there are more seats on trains between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m.
Tip: check occupancy for your connection on SBB Mobile before you travel.

Occupancy of trains at the weekend.

At the weekend, there are more seats on trains before 7 a.m. and after 8 p.m. 
Tip: check occupancy for your connection on SBB Mobile before you travel.

Important information on the current public transport situation.

What currently concerns you with regard to travelling on public transport?

Do you have any questions or suggestions? Contact us and we will be pleased to respond.

Hotline: 0800 401 401 / Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on public holidays.