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In and around Hamburg

Timetable info, network plans

Digital and printed plans

We have compiled various plans for you on our website:

  • U/S/A/R network overview (rapid transit and regional rail services in the hvv)
  • Municipal public transport plans (of the larger towns in the areas surrounding Hamburg served by hvv)
  • Product overviews (e.g. the MetroBus plan)
  • Fare zone plans (overview of the fare zones, fare rings and areas as the basis for assessing which hvv ticket you need)

Yes, you can.

For this, please log in to meinhvv and then change to the timetable page.

There, click on the star symbol in front of the timetable to save it as a favourite.  

The advantage: once it is saved in meinhvv you can always call up the currently valid timetable.

You can also call up the hvv website with mobile devices. That way you always have up-to-date information with you. If you do not own a smartphone or just prefer to have a printout, of course you can also use the print function of your browser.

Connection favourites

You can set starting points and destinations as favourites, so that you can access them at any time and from wherever you happen to be via the website as a meinhvv client.

Just enter your starting point and destination on the Connections“ page and click on the star icon.

 Then both starting point and destination as well as the connection (starting point and destination in combination) will be saved at once with just one click.

You can select or delete your favourites both in your meinhvv account and in the favourites display in the connection info/route planner.  

A standard connection consists of a starting point and a destination and is pre-set whenever you call up the timetable info if you are logged in to meinhvv.

If you make a request about the same route very often, for instance, you can start your search this way.

If you are logged in to meinhvv you can select your saved favourites via the link “Favourites” in the search mask of the timetable info or alternatively the entire connection consisting of starting point and destination. This then appears in the search mask. 

Then just set time, date and any other search options you may need, and start your search.