Bahnhof Maikammer-Kirrweiler


Bahnhof Maikammer-Kirrweiler

Bahnhof Maikammer-Kirrweiler
67489 Kirrweiler


From the Maikammer-Kirrweiler train station, the 504 bus runs on weekdays between Kirrweiler via Maikammer to St. Martin.
Other connections from the train station:
From Karlsruhe: The regional express runs directly from Karlsruhe to Neustadt an der Weinstrasse once an hour. Travel time is around 45 minutes and the train stops in Landau on the way. The regional train also runs every hour, but has a longer journey time and stops in many places on the Südliche Weinstrasse (including Insheim, Edesheim, Edenkoben, Maikammer and Kirrweiler).
From Mannheim / Ludwigshafen: With the S-Bahn you can easily get to Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, where you can change in the direction of Landau.
From Pirmasens: There are direct trains every hour from Pirmasens to Landau every hour. Change there to the regional train in the direction of Neustadt an der Weinstrasse. You can find more information about rail transport at Barrier-free travel The mobility service center of Deutsche Bahn AG. The mobility service center offers travelers with disabilities information and specific help with travel planning and implementation. If, for example, you are dependent on a wheelchair or visually impaired and need help getting on, changing or alighting, the staff at the mobility service center will be happy to organize everything you need.
Tel .: +49 (0) 18 06 51 25 12 (20 cents / call from the landline, mobile phone max. 60 cents / call)
Fax: +49 (0) 18 05 15 93 5 7 (14 cents / min. From the landline)
Mail for deaf people:
We kindly ask you to give one day's notice. Further information on barrier-free travel by train Barrierefrei bei Bahnhof (Barrier-Free) Accessibility at Train Stations and Stops You can easily find out how much accessibility you can expect at the train stations or stops on the Südliche Weinstrasse with the help of the interactive map on accessibility. The map is easy to understand: the accessibility of every train station / stop is marked by circles and colors, making it easy to read. An outer ring indicates the barrier-free access to the platforms, an inner ring the available assistance and incidents when getting on and off. Comparable to a traffic light system, green stands for completely barrier-free, yellow for restricted accessibility and help with entry, while red indicates that barrier-free access has not yet been implemented.
Here you can find out your individual travel times: Train information

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