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More buses and trains, better connections. The new timetable.
More postbuses, buses and trains with the new 2019 timetable – a clear signal for eco-friendly mobility. The goal is to make public transport even more attractive. Get on board now!
Starting 9 December, a new timetable will go into effect in the Canton Thurgau for all train, PostBus and bus routes with new departure times and connections. The routing on a number of PostBus lines will change. The availability of services will be systematically expanded.
- The new PostBus route 832 Müllheim-Wigoltingen–Raperswilen will provide access to the villages of Wigoltingen, Engwang, Wagerswil, Hefenhausen, Lipperswil, Lamperswil, Illhart and Raperswilen (previously routes 829, 833 and 920)
- Route 833 now operates between Weinfelden–Märstetten–Lipperswil–Ermatingen (previously departing from Müllheim-Wigoltingen to Ermatingen). The services will be expanded to provide hourly departures.
- Route 829 Frauenfeld–Pfyn–Müllheim will depart every 30 minutes on the section between Frauenfeld and Müllheim (Mondays through Fridays from 05.00 to 20.00 hours). From Mondays through Fridays, the postbuses will depart every hour continuing to Lipperswil, Connyland and from there to Kreuzlingen Hauptbahnhof operating as route 920 (no through-connection).
- Route 920 now departs from Kreuzlingen Hauptbahnhof (previously from “Tägerwilen, Hertler”) and operates between Kreuzlingen, Tägerwilen and Lipperswil with hourly departures Mondays through Fridays. From Lipperswil the postbuses operate as route 829 to Frauenfeld (without change). Fewer departures are available on weekends and the last stop is Lipperswil, Connyland (no through-connection).
- Route 921 Kreuzlingen Hafen–Hugelshofen–Weinfelden now departs from Kreuzlingen Hafen (previously Kreuzlingen Bernrain).
- Route 924 Kreuzlingen Hafen–Illighausen–Weinfelden now departs from the Kreuzlingen Hafen railway station (previously Kreuzlingen Hauptbahnhof).
- In the Amriswil region route 931 Amriswil–Langrickenbach–Münsterlingen now serves the villages of Schrofen, Oberaach, Engishofen and Kümmertshausen (previously route 944), now stopping at Scherzingen, Bäckerstübli instead of Blindenzentrum (Centre for the Blind). Route 923 now serves the Centre for the Blind.
- Route 944 now operates between Amriswil, Dozwil and Sommeri. Take the S10 train to travel to Erlen.
- On routes 932 and 934 the routing changes in Weinfelden providing additional service to the shopping centres and Industrie West: departing every 30 minutes Mondays through Fridays and every hour on the weekends.
- Services on route 922 Altnau–Bottighofen–Lengwil (–Ekkarthof) will be discontinued.
- Evening bus services on the previous route 835 from Frauenfeld will be integrated into the daytime routing of routes 834 and 836. The evening bus services departing Weinfelden will be discontinued: route 921 (evening bus Kemmental) and route 933 (evening bus Nollen). To be replaced by taxi services.
Expansion of timetable services
The timetable will be changed to provide additional services on the following routes:
- 822 Frauenfeld–Oberneunforn: services will be expanded to provide hourly departures on the weekends
- 823 Frauenfeld–Stammheim–Diessenhofen: additional departures are now available between Diessenhofen and Stammheim (Mondays through Fridays during morning and evening rush hours)
- 836 Frauenfeld–Gachnang–Islikon: now departing every 30 minutes Mondays through Fridays during rush hours.
- 838 Frauenfeld–Thundorf–Weinfelden: hourly departures are now provided Mondays through Fridays. In combination with route 837, this will result in 30-minute departures between Frauenfeld and Thundorf (Mondays through Fridays from 6.00 to 21.00 hours)
Detailed information about the changes on your personal route as well as facts and figures regarding the reorganisation of the route network are provided at the website www.ruckzuck-tg.ch