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Switch construction: U6 and U7 interrupted between Hauptwache, Ostbahnhof and Habsburgerallee

11.11.2018 | 10:25 Clock | Service
Switch construction: U6 and U7 interrupted between Hauptwache, Ostbahnhof and Habsburgerallee

Substitute buses in service

(ffm) Due to switch construction work, the U6 and U7 subway lines will be partially interrupted from Monday, 12 November, 2 am, until Friday, 23 November, 3 am. The U6 will only run between Heerstraße and Hauptwache, the U7 between Hausen and Hauptwache and between Habsburgerallee and Schäfflestraße.

For journeys on the interrupted route sections, the S-Bahns are available between Hauptwache, Konstablerwache and Ostendstraße. At both Konstablerwache and Ostendstraße, it is possible to change to a rail replacement service (SEV). At Ostendstraße it is also possible to change to the trams of line 11 to Ostbahnhof and line 14 to Zoo.

During the construction phase, the U4 subway line will always travel from Bockenheimer Warte via Konstablerwache and Seckbacher Landstraße to Enkheim, thus serving the section between Schäfflestraße and Enkheim on every trip.

As a ring route, replacement buses run from Konstablerwache via Zoo, Habsburgerallee, Ostbahnhof and Ostendstraße back to Konstablerwache. The SEV buses will stop near the stations.

traffiQ and VGF recommend that all passengers obtain information in advance and plan for longer travel times. Most helpful for finding suitable connections is the timetable information on the Internet at <link http: www.rmv.de _blank>

www.rmv.de

, which takes the changed timetables into account. The RMV service telephone 069/24248024, which is available around the clock, will also be happy to help.

What is being done?

During the construction period, four points and the intervening crossing will be replaced between Zoo and Konstablerwache stations, some of which were installed there 25 years ago. Up to twelve people a day are working on the project in two shifts on site. The necessary material is transported to and from the site via the rails.

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