As Austria’s largest infrastructure manager, we are your qualified partner for reliable and sustainable mobility and logistics services. ÖBB-Infrastruktur organises open access to the ÖBB rail network and manages operations on railway lines, in stations and at shunting and infrastructure facilities.
Key points at a glance
We offer railway undertakings (RUs) open access to the ÖBB network and provide tracks, stations and facilities.
Access to the ÖBB network
When it comes to train path usage, ÖBB-Infrastruktur is a direct point of contact for railway undertakings and those authorised to use rail infrastructure capacity. We develop the overall train timetable on the basis of train path requirements.
Network Statement: Rail network usage conditions, service features and facilities
Authorisation is required for access to the network. The Network Statement contains detailed information on what you need in order to use our rail network. It also contains an overview of our product portfolio.
Train path ordering and deadlines
This section explains when, where and how to order train paths for the current and coming timetable years.
Contracts & regulations
All of the regulations, operating norms and standards required for access to the network, as well as sample contracts, Infrastructure Capacity Agreement, Rail Infrastructure Capacity Contract and related documents.
Vehicle engineering licensing centre
All of the information you need for putting vehicles into service in accordance with railway law, and proof of compatibility with our infrastructure.
Documents and data
Infrastructure register, route data, operating control point descriptions, route-related timetable documents, technical vehicle data, information on speed restrictions, current construction plans and more.
Here you’ll find updates from OSS, new developments relating to the pricing model, information on events, online ordering systems, FAQs and more.
Contact our OSS
One Stop Shop – your central point of contact for all subjects relating to train path usage on the ÖBB network.
IT tools All of our applications at a glance
Tutorials on local and route knowledge Points of contact (German)