How do I travel by bus and rail in the RNN?
All the city and overland buses, trams and regional and rapid transit trains in the Rheinhessen-Nahe region are organized together in the RNN. The RNN is the public transport association for Rheinhessen-Nahe.
RNN tickets are valid for your entire journey – it doesn’t matter how often you switch between public transport operators or different kinds of transport
The timetables are offered in different ways:
- "Fahrplanauskunft/Timetable" Search for your route from start to destination (english version)
- "Linienfahrpläne as PDF" Timetables for each bus or train line.
- "Haltestellen-Aushangfahrplan" Timetable for your bus stop for each bus station and line.
- "Abfahrtsmonitor" Link to station information with real time depature and arrival times.
- "Karte Linienweg" Map of the route of a line.
- "RNN Companion" Link to the RNN timetable app "RNN Companion" for timetable information on your smartphone. If You have chosen "English" as Standard-Language for your smart phone, this timetable app uses English terms.
Where can I buy my ticket?
- From the driver on the buses.
- At the rail stations from all ticket machines with the RNN-Logo – whether the ticket machines are yellow, red, green or blue – just look for the RNN logo.
- In the customer offices and the travel centres >of the transport operators and at the stations in Idar-Oberstein, Kirn, Bad Kreuznach, Bingen Hbf, Ingelheim, Mainz Hbf, Wiesbaden Hbf, Alzey and Worms.
What tickets are available in the RNN?
- “Einzelfahrkarten”: Single ticket – the ticket is valid for one journey from start to destination.
- “Mehrfahrtenkarte”: five single ticket sections: you need to validate each of them in the stamping machine in the bus, tram or at the station before you start your journey.
- “Single Tageskarte/Gruppen-Tageskarte”: Single day ticket / Group day ticket: a day ticket for 1 person (“Single”) or for 2 to 5 persons (“Gruppen”) – valid for one day for all your journeys in the area you choose.
- “Wochenkarte”: a weekly season ticket – valid for 7 days – starting from any day.
- "Monatskarte”: a monthly season ticket – valid for one month – starting from any day.
- “9-Uhr Monatskarte”: a monthly season ticket which can only be used on Mondays to Fridays after 9.00 a.m. and before that on weekends – starting from any day.
How much does my ticket cost?
Just enter the destination you want at the ticket machine (city, place) and choose your ticket. The price and the fare stage will then be displayed. You can pay at the ticket machine with notes and coins. At the red ticket machines you can also read the instructions in English, French, Italian, Spanish and Turkish.
You can also find out the price for the connection you want in the RNN timetable information under Fahrplanauskunft by clicking on the “€” symbol in the circle. The more zones (“cells”) = fare stages you travel through in the RNN area, the more it costs. You can see how many of these you need to travel through on the “RNN-Wabenplan” (map showing the fare zones).
Here You can find more information
By telephone at the RNN information-telephone
0 61 32 – 78 96 22 (Mon-Fri 9 am - 6 pm, Sat 9 am - 3 pm)
Just come along to the travel centres or customer offices of the transport operators in the RNN. The adresses You find on the page "Kontakt > Kundenbüros"