Access display board.

At many stations, the access display board is located at the entrance (stairs, escalator, ramp) to the platform and indicates the next train departure on the relevant platform. 

Image legend: Example of an access display board with information about the next train departure at the relevant platform.

The following information is displayed:

  • The type of train (e.g. IC61, RE, S3, EC).
  • The departure time (e.g. 14.02 [time]).
  • The destination station (e.g. Lucerne).
  • The most important stops along the route (known as “vias”, e.g. Thalwil on the Zurich–Lucerne route).
  • The track, sometimes with details of the section where your train stops at the platform (e.g. 12 AB).
  • Details of the train formation (e.g. 1st class in sections A and B, 2nd class in sections C and D).

In the event of a delay, the access display board will also provide the following information:

  • The actual delay (e.g. approx. 6 min. late).
  • Any alternative connections (e.g. other route, replacement train, replacement bus).

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