Your destination. Your S-Bahn. Each of us has our own personal goals, objectives and ambitions. Stuttgart’s S-Bahn operator knows this and so helps countless people get to exactly where they want to go every single day. We are there for all of our customers, providing transport without stress, traffic jams, vehicle fines and the constant search for parking spaces. Stretching from the busy centre of Baden-Württemberg’s capital to its green hinterland, our network is perfect for commuters and schoolchildren, tourists and concertgoers, people who want to stroll around town and diners with a restaurant reservation. S-Bahn services form the cornerstone of the region’s public transport system, and since their inauguration in 1978, Deutsche Bahn AG has delivered reliable and far-sighted management. The S-Bahn network became an independent unit within DB Regio AG in 2002, a change which established a separate management team for more effective operations. Today, it consists of […]
For people in the Stuttgart region, VVS Transit and Tariff Association Stuttgart (Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart, VVS) offers integrated and sustainable mobility. Together with its partners, it is contributing significantly to maintaining and improving mobility in the metropolitan Stuttgart area. The region served comprises not only the state capital of Stuttgart, but also its four neighbouring districts Böblingen, Esslingen, Ludwigsburg, and Rems-Murr-Kreis, an area of just over 3,000 square miles and a population of 2.4 million. With its high quality services, attractive tariffs and its customer-friendly service, VVS attracts ever more public transport passengers. Together with transportation companies and client bodies, VVS developed the short-distance traffic system with busses, city trains and commuter trains into one of the best nationwide systems. Moreover, the VVS mobile passport integrates supplementary mobility offerings, such as car sharing and hire bikes. The customers have honoured the continuously improved mobility offer: Since the foundation of […]
For over 130 years, being mobile in Stuttgart has meant using SSB. 365 days a year. From early morning till past midnight. More than 400 buses and light rail vehicles are in daily use, operated by around 2,600 employees. Almost 890,000 people live in our transport area. We offer 70 SSB lines with a total length of over 850 kilometers. Although numbers do not tell the full story of our company, they make clear the importance of SSB. We are one of the largest and most modern public transport operators in Germany. For our achievements in offering a customer-friendly, integrated service we have received a number of awards in the last few years. As a holding company of the state capital, we perform a public function. We offer mobility for the citizens and thus ensure that the city can function and the quality of life is guaranteed.
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG is one of the world’s most successful manufacturers of exclusive sports cars. At home on race tracks all over the world, Porsche builds race cars and competes in motorsports with a real passion. The intensive bond between motorsports and the serial production results in extraordinary sports cars with everyday usability and highly innovative technology where every driver immediately recognizes the origins. This year, the brand is celebrating its 70th birthday: on June 8, 1948, the first Porsche sports car – a mid-engine roadster with the chassis number 356-001 – got an official approval by the authorities. In 2017, Porsche delivered 246,375 vehicles of the 911, 718 Boxster and Cayman, Cayenne, Panamera and Macan models to customers worldwide. With revenues of 23.49 billion euros, an operating result of 4.14 billion euros and an operating profit margin of 17.6 percent, Porsche continues to be among the […]
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