What area does the WestfalenTarif cover? And how many people benefit from it? Answers to these and other key questions, including the most important information on the WestfalenTarif, can be found in the table below.
The WestfalenTarif was introduced on 1 August 2017.
5 tariffs were transformed into 1 following the merger of the former local transport tariffs.
With an area of 19,416 square kilometres, the WestfalenTarif is Germany's second largest joint tariff in terms of area.
The WestfalenTarif is valid in 16 districts and 3 cities in Westphalia-Lippe.
Local transport has been made attractive for 7.2 million residents in the region.
The ticket prices depend on the starting point and destination as well as on the particular route taken.
The right ticket for everyone, thanks to a wide range of offerings.
WestfalenTarif tickets can be bought in several ways - at the customer centre, from the bus driver, at ticket machines and on the Internet.
More than 60 transport companies, 1 local rail passenger transport authority (SPNV) and 27 public road passenger transport authorities (ÖSPV) are working as one.