photo: Joachim Donath
S-Bahn Berlin – an inextricable part of the city's history
Since 1924, the electric S-Bahn trains have been inextricably linked with the history of the city. The fall of the Berlin Wall confronted the company with new challenges: the time had come to join the two parts of the once divided city to form a whole – and this also applied to the two separate S-Bahn networks. Within just fifteen years, the company succeeded in reinstating the most important lines which had been out of operation during the division of Berlin.
Commitment to the people of the capital
For years, social and cultural commitment has been a central element of the corporate philosophy. S-Bahn Berlin supports various associations, social organisations and projects aimed at children and young adults.
When it comes to environmental protection, S-Bahn Berlin also recognises its enormous responsibility. As an environment-friendly local transport mode, it does everything in its power to save our natural resources and thus make an active contribution to protecting our eco-system.
S-Bahn in and for Berlin – a strong partner for the capital and surrounding region.