Brenner Line

The fast and comfortable way to take the train from the Tyrol to Italy, Germany or other parts of Austria. The upgrade of the Brenner Axis will make this possible by boosting cross-border passenger and freight services.

View of a train passing a train station on the Brenner axis

From the 64 kilometre-long Brenner Base Tunnel to the new Lower Inn Valley railway in the Tyrol

ÖBB-Infrastruktur is investing in the Brenner Corridor. Its upgrade means better connections for you as a passenger and a boost to cross-border rail traffic. That also benefits the economy: In future, freight will make even faster progress along the Scandinavia-Mediterranean Corridor – the approx. 9,400 kilometre-long EU transport link between Helsinki and Valletta.

Blick auf Zug an der Brennerachse zwischen Kufstein und Schaftenau

Upgrade Kufstein–Schaftenau
  in planning

Blick auf die Strecke zwischen Schaftenau und Kundl

Upgrade Schaftenau–Kundl
in planning

Blick auf die Neubaustrecke im Brenner Basistunnel mit oranger Arbeitsbeleuchtung

Upgrade Kundl–Baumkirchen

Baggerarbeiten im Brenner Basistunnel bei Schuttern

Brenner Base Tunnel
  under construction