Free run for railways

In the trans-European traffic network, the Augsburg region GVZ freight village has an important role to play with its direct connection to the international railway network.

On the north-south axis, it connects with the northern seaports an with the new Alp Transit (NRLA) towards Switzerland, Milan, an Liguria in the south. Via Stuttgart and Paris, it provides access to the western seaports and also offers transport connections to Italy via the Brenner Base Tunnel (BBT) and to South-East Europe an the Adriatic seaports via the Tauern railway.

Railway access is facilitated thanks to an existing biomodal transshipment terminal for combined traffic. It has a capacity of 24,000 loading units per year and is located in Augsburg's Oberhausen district, some 4 km away. How to get from the GVZ to the Augsburg-Oberhausen terminal.


[Translate to English:] TIA

The new transshipment terminal for combined traffic, which is presently undergoing the planning approval procedure, will connect the Augsburg region GVZ freight village to the German national railway network and the Augsburg local railway (AL). As investors for the project, local partners cooperate with the German Rail and Road Transshipment Association (DUSS) under the umbrella of the terminal investment association TIA GmbH. Managing Director Udo Schambeck is the relevant contact person (Phone +49 (0)821 56097-20 ). Augsburg's local railway (AL) can be used to transport cargo along Augsburg's ring network as well as to Schongau and Ingolstadt via the regional axes.

Railway sidings can be built on parts of estate.


+49 (0)821 324-3021

How to get there

Udo Schambeck
Phone: +49 (0)821 56097-20