The regional bus lines to and from Herzogenaurach will be significantly improved and enhanced as of Sunday, 9th December 2018. Throughout the region around Herzogenaurach there will be many new and improved possibilities for access to the new white-and-yellow barrier-free buses also offering WLAN access.
“Herzo Express” (Line 200)
As of 9th December 2018, the “Herzo Express” to/from Erlangen Hauptbahnhof (central station) will run in 30-minute intervals during rush hours and 60-minute intervals during non-busy periods. The bus schedule conforms with the schedule of the Regional Express trains in Erlangen.
Line 201 “Aurachtal-Herzogenaurach-Erlangen”
Line 201 will also run in shorter intervals and all buses will run to Neundorf. Almost half of the tours will pass by the bus stop “Fachklinik”. Important note: All buses of line 201 going to Neundorf via Fachklinik will stop at the newly installed bus stop “Atlantis / Dr.-Fröhlich-Straße”. Additionally these buses serve the second new barrier-free bus stop “Fachklinik” equipped with a shelter and bicycle racks.
Two new lines: 134 and 199
In order to offer an interesting alternative to cars for commuters, there will be two completely new bus lines from and to Herzogenaurach. With introduction of the new schedule, the new line 134 “Emskirchen-Herzogenaurach” will run during commuting rush hours. The schedule for Emskirchen also conforms with the departure and arrival times of the Deutsche Bahn trains.
The other new line is line 199. This line connects the two bus stops “Nürnberg / Am Wegfeld” and the Herzogenaurach central bus station. It also serves the S-Bahn (urban railway) station “Paul-Gossen-Straße” in Erlangen and the bus stops at the Herzo Base. The “Nürnberg / Am Wegfeld” station provides access to the buses and trolley cars of the VAG (Nuremberg public transport provider).
New bus stops at the Olympiaring
As of 9th December 2018, the new lines 134 and 199 as well as line 200 will serve the bus stops at the Olympiaring in both directions. The relevant bus stops are the newly installed bus stop “Adi-Dassler-Straße” (at “adidas Halftime”), and the bus stop “Olympiaring Süd” (directly in front of the adidas outlet store) in both directions.
The “Adi-Dassler-Straße” bus stop offers barrier-free access in both directions and has been equipped with an extra-large shelter. A new bus access point for the bus stop “Münchener Straße” has been installed at the refuge island east of the “Münchener Straße” junction relevant for buses heading for the town center.
Enhanced services also for line 241
Line 241 “Herzogenaurach-Oberreichenbach-Rezelsdorf” will also offer enhanced services: Buses will run in 60-minute intervals and the line partially also offers tours to Erlangen via line 201.