Getting about by bicycle and public transport


Bicycle stands at your railway station

Cycle to the railway station and then continue your journey by train or bus. Many bus stops and railway stations offer covered and well-lit bicycle stands free of charge.

Monitored bicycle stations

Monitored bicycle stations are available at the larger railway stations such as Bern, Biel/Bienne, Burgdorf, Lucerne, Lyss, Solothurn and Thun.

These offer protection against theft, poor weather, parking damage and vandalism and are usually subject to a charge. Additional services such as bicycle hire and repairs are also often offered.

Getting about by bicycle, e-scooter and public transport
Sharing – The ideal complement to public transport for the first and final kilometre

On-demand mobility offerings such as bike-sharing and rental e-scooters are the ideal complement to public transport and close the final gaps in the mobility chain. This allows you to enjoy convenient, flexible and hassle-free travel from the train station directly to your destination without having to hunt for a parking space and – if you opt to hire an e-bike or e-scooter – even without breaking a sweat. You thereby also help reduce road traffic in the inner city.

Getting about by bicycle and public transport
Bicycle hire service at railway stations
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Getting about by bicycle and public transport
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