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Transportation in Leipzig

You can get around Leipzig by tram, S-Bahn and bus.


The S-Bahn usually runs at 30-minute intervals and trams and buses at 10-minute intervals. Fewer trains and buses run at night. Night buses run at night from the central station stop to all areas of the city (departure 1:11, 2:22, 3:33 AM; additional departures on Fridays and Saturdays).

There are timetables at all stops with departure times.

You can find the timetables online.

Route network

You can reach a stop anywhere in Leipzig in just a few minutes.

The current map of all routes can be found here.

All trams travel into the city centre. Most buses stop right at the central station.


Information on Ticket prices and reduced rates with LeipzigCard can be found here.

You must board buses (except lines 60, 70, 80 and 90) at the front and show the driver your ticket. There are regular ticket checks on all vehicles. If you are unable to show a valid ticket, you will have to pay a €60 fine and your details will be passed on to the police.


Öffi – Shows current departure times at stops in your area (

DB Navigator – For rail journeys (

LeipzigMOVE – The official app of the Leipziger Verkehrsbetriebe (