Parking at the station
Park+Ride and Bike+Ride: simply park your car or bike at the station and continue your journey easily by train or bus.
Park+Ride parking spaces
Many stations have Park+Ride parking spaces.
Park+Ride day passes
Coin-operated machines can be used to purchase a ticket to park at the station for a period extending from 1 hour to 3 days. P+R day passes for 1 to 15 consecutive days of parking can be purchased at special ticket machines and at all staffed ticket counters in train stations throughout the BLS network. A multi-day pass (ticket with six fields for parking on six different days) can also be purchased at all staffed ticket counters. When purchasing a pass, you need to provide the name of the P+R facility where you wish to park, as well as your vehicle's registration number.
Purchase your parking card (1 hour to 15 days) without cash via Twint or the Parkingpay app.
Monthly and annual Park+Ride passes
Monthly and annual passes for P+R facilities are available at all staffed ticket counters in train stations throughout the BLS network. If you have a monthly transport pass, you can purchase monthly parking passes; if you have an annual transport pass, you can purchase either monthly or annual parking passes. (GA travelcards and point-to-point travelpasses and regional travelcards are considered to be monthly and annual transport tickets in this regard). Present your monthly or annual transport pass at the counter and provide the name of the train station where you wish to park, as well as your vehicle's registration number. After you receive your monthly or annual parking pass, make sure you place it in a clearly visible location under your windscreen.
Purchasing a Park+Ride pass in advance does not guarantee that you will get a parking spot.
We're working hard to ensure you'll be able to find a sufficient number of sheltered and well-illuminated areas for parking your bicycle at all of our train stations. Bicycle parking stations are monitored at our train stations in Bern, Biel/Bienne, Burgdorf, Lucerne, Lyss, Solothurn and Thun.