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Lindau-Reutin railway station
Lindau-Reutin station is a junction station in the town of Lindau (Lake Constance), where the Aeschach curve branches off from the Lindau–Bludenz line. It is also a border station with Austria. In the course of the reconstruction of the Lindau rail hub, which began in 2016, the rail facilities, which were last used only as a goods station, were expanded into Lindau's new long-distance train station, which went into operation in 2020.
Since the timetable change on December 13, 2020, six connections are offered daily in the direction of Munich and Zurich as EuroCity-Express (ECE) and Eurocity (EC), with a change of train class in Reutin. Thanks to the expansion of tilting technology, the electrification of the route between Geltendorf and Lindau and the elimination of the previous traction and direction change in Lindau, they are about 20 minutes faster between the two cities than before.
From the beginning of July to mid-September 2021, a pair of trains will run on Saturdays on the Bregenz–Lindau-Reutlin–Berlin route as ICE 1208/1209.
In addition, Lindau-Reutin is served by the S1 of the Vorarlberg S-Bahn as well as ÖBB regional trains, which passed the station without stopping until 2020. The remaining regional services continued to stop only at Lindau-Insel station, with the exception of the RE 7, which was extended to Lindau-Reutin in 2020. The RE 5, RE 7 and RE 70 were rerouted to Lindau-Reutin and a new service, the RE 96, from Munich to Lindau-Reutin via Memmingen and Lindau-Insel was introduced in 2021.
Long distance services
The Lindau-Reutin station is served by the following DB-Fernverkehr services:
|ICE 18||Berlin-Gesundbrunnen – Erfurt – Nürnberg – Augsburg – Buchloe – Lindau-Reutin – Bregenz||Seasonal, only ICE 1208/1209|
|ECE 88||Munich – Buchloe – Memmingen – Lindau-Reutin – Feldkirch – Zürich||240 min||towards Austria as EuroCity,
towards Munich as EuroCityExpress
|RJX 32||Frankfurt – Heidelberg – Stuttgart – Ulm – Friedrichshafen Stadt – Lindau-Reutin – Innsbruck – Salzburg – Vienna – Vienna Airport||A single train pair|
|IC 32||Bochum – Essen – Düsseldorf – Cologne – Koblenz – Mainz – Mannheim – Stuttgart – Ulm – Friedrichshafen Stadt – Lindau-Reutin – Innsbruck||A single train pair|
The station ist served by the following regional, Vorarlberg S-Bahn, and St. Gallen S-Bahn services:
|RE 5||Lindau-Reutin – Friedrichshafen Stadt – Meckenbeuren – Ravensburg – Aulendorf – Bad Schussenried – Biberach (Riß) – Laupheim West – Ulm Hauptbahnhof – Geislingen (Steige) – Göppingen – Plochingen – Esslingen (Neckar) – Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof||60 min||DB Regio Baden-Württemberg|
|RE 7||Lindau-Reutin – Hergatz – Immenstadt – Kempten – Buchloe – Augsburg (– Nuremberg)||120 min||DB Regio Bayern|
|RE 70||Lindau-Reutin – Hergatz – Immenstadt – Kempten – Buchloe – Munich||120 min||DB Regio Bayern|
|RE 96||Lindau-Reutin – Lindau-Insel – Kißlegg – Memmingen – Buchloe – Munich||120 min||Go-Ahead Bayern|
|REX||Lindau-Insel – Lindau-Reutin – Bregenz – Donrbirn – Feldkirch – Bludenz (– Vandans – Schruns)||60 min||Montafoner Bahn / ÖBB|
|S 1||Lindau-Insel – Lindau-Reutin – Bregenz – Dornbirn – Feldkirch – Bludenz||60 min||ÖBB|
|S7||Lindau-Reutin – Bregenz – St. Margrethen – Rorschach – Romanshorn||120 min; weekends only||THURBO|