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Transport networks

One ticket - all inclusive! This is the motto of the regional transport networks. With your network ticket, you can use all suburban trains, commuter trains, buses and trams in the selected fare zones and transfer easiliy between the modes of transport.

Marego (Magdeburg Regional Transport Association)

The Marego area includes the capital of Saxony-Anhalt, Magdeburg, and the districts Börde, Jerichower Land and the Salzlandkreis. Also included are the stations of Sandersleben (district Mansfeld-Südharz), Tangerhütte (district Stendal) and Nienhagen (district Harz), as well as Helmstedt and Wolfsburg.

Which marego tickets are available?

Marego offers a variety of fare products such as one-way tickets or seasonal tickets for children and adults. Season tickets are also available on a subscription basis.

The Saxony-Anhalt Ticket and the Saxony-Anhalt Trainee Ticket are valid on all means of transport within the area of validity.

For more information, visit
www.marego-verbund.de

MDV (Central German Transport Association)

The MDV area includes the districts of Saalekreis, Burgenlandkreis, Nordsachsen, Leipziger Land, Altenburger Land and the cities of Halle (Saale) and Leipzig. There you can use all local trains, trams and buses with your MDV ticket.

In the MDV North area, your MDV ticket is only valid on local trains (RB, RE and S-Bahn). This area includes the districts of Anhalt-Bitterfeld and Wittenberg as well as the city of Dessau-Roßlau. The town of Könnern in the Salzlandkreis district is also included. Trams and buses in MDV Nord are subject to the fares of the local transportation companies.

Further information at
www.mdv-nord.de

Which MDV tickets are available?

The MDV offers various fare products as one-way tickets or season tickets for children and adults. Season tickets are also available on a subscription basis.

The Saxony-Anhalt Ticket and the Saxony-Anhalt Trainee Ticket are accepted on all means of transportation within the area of validity.

For further information, visit
www.mdv.de