Step-free access between platform and train
All our metronom trains are equipped with boarding ramps. These are available in every control car at the end or beginning of the train (it depends on in which direction the train is going).
But it`s easy, metronom trains always run in the same order.
To the south: Locomotive at the front
To the north: Control car at the front (incl. boarding ramp)
Carriage composition (PDF)
If you plan to travel with metronom and you can set a time, don`t hesitate to get in touch with us.
We`ll inform our passenger attendants, so they`ll be waiting for you at the ramp.
This service is, of course, free of charge. And we will always be happy to help you even if you haven`t contacted us in advance. However, a passenger attendant will always be available to operate the ramp.
If an attendant cannot be found, please push the wheelchair button outside next to the entrance door.
From Monday to Friday between 7:00 am and 8:00 pm and on Saturdays between 7:00 am and 12:00 am, we are happy to receive your call on +49 (0)581 97 164-164.
You can also use the following form:
little tip: get in touch with us before
you travel. Then the passenger attendant will be ready and waiting
for you at the door of your metronom.
In this way we can guarantee you a safe and comfortable boarding
experience. We would be very happy to hear from you. It’s very
simple to register your journey and you can do so online at any time
or by telephone from Monday to Friday on +49 (0)581 97 164-165. Would
you like to travel with us over the weekend? If possible, please let
us know about any journeys planned for Saturdays, Sundays or bank
holidays before 5pm on Friday.
It goes without saying that this service is free of charge. And of course, we will always be happy to help you even if you haven’t contacted us in advance. So nothing is standing between you and a spontaneous journey. However, a passenger attendant must be available to operate the boarding ramp. If they cannot be found in the driving carriage, you can call them by pressing the wheelchair button next to the door.
Current elevator failures
The following chart shows you all broken elevators along our metronom routes.