• Public Transport in Switzerland

    After the successful release of the publication Suburban Railway and High Speed Rail in the Czech Republic, we are currently preparing another project, in DVD format, to promote public transport. The working title is Public Transport in Switzerland. The goal of the project is to inform professionals and government officials about the Swiss transport system, in an audiovisual form. This could support a nationally integrated system in the Czech Republic, with Switzerland serving as inspiration. This is indeed one of the priorities of the Centre for Efficient Transport Association. The project envisages a 50 min run time divided into several chapters that are thematically distinct. In the chapters, we would like to show how it is possible to travel in Switzerland with a single ticket (th...

    published: 13 Jun 2013
  • Swiss Public Transport

    published: 17 Sep 2015
  • Transport in Zurich - Switzerland

    Transport in Zurich - Switzerland World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Zurich - Switzerland Travel Guide http://goo.gl/APpjcE Public transport: Public transport in Zurich is good.The Verkehrsbetriebe Zürich (VBZ) operates trams and buses. Zürcher Verkehrsverbund (ZVV) operates services within the canton as a whole, including all trains. Tickets must be purchased at machines (located at stops/ stations) and validated before boarding. Zurich operates on a zone system. A single fare for one to two zones is valid for one hour. The 24-hour and 72-hour ZürichCARDs cover all travel in the seven central zones, including trips to and from the airport. The 9-Uhr-Tagespass is ideal for regional daytrips, valid for journeys after 0900. Ferries also form part of Zurich's public tra...

    published: 18 Nov 2013
  • Travel Switzerland - Tips on Using Public Transportation in Zurich

    Learn how to ride common form of public transport in Zurich. (Zurich, Switzerland) It is easy to navigate around Zurich. You can use the city's extensive tram and bus network, hop on a lake steamer, ride a taxi or rent a bike. The easiest way to get to almost any location in the city is to ride a tram. Use this map at the tram stop to find out your route. Today, I will be going from Central to Kunstouse. Before buying a ticket at one of the machines, decide what kind of ticket you need and then press the appropriate button. If you plan on riding more than twice, I highly recommend the day pass. After you press the button, the ticket price will be displayed on the screen. When paying, make sure to have plenty of coins, as most of the machines do not accept bills. This is where the ticket ...

    published: 13 May 2010
  • Swiss Transport

    Join us as we travel through Switzerland by plane, train, tram, and boat. Share our view out the window from Zurich, up into the Alps, and back down toward Lake Geneva. Itinerary: Zurich (0:00) Lucerne (1:19) Swiss Museum of Transport (1:30) Interlaken (2:16) Lauterbrunnen (3:24) Murren (4:07) (Murren to Lauenen by foot - separate video) Kandersteg (5:06) Trip to Zermatt/Matterhorn (6:12) Canton of Vaud (6:55) Lake Geneva (7:08)

    published: 22 May 2016
  • Travel Switzerland by Train, Bus and Boat with Swiss Travel Systems

    Switzerland if full of charming mountain villages, and I'd heard one of the best ways to experience them is with Swiss Travel Systems. This public transport system connects nearly the entire country by rail, bus and boat. It’s known for being efficient, always on time and makes it very easy to travel between more than 75 Swiss cities and towns. But best of all, it passes through stunning scenery, some of which can only be seen by rail. So I decide to traverse the country by rail on my weeklong holiday. I start my journey after landing at the Zurich Airport and head southwest to one of the countries most moneyed resorts, Gstaad, which is about a three-hour ride train ride. On part of it, I am aboard the Golden Pass, one of the panoramic trains, which offers wide-open views of some of the ...

    published: 29 Mar 2016
  • lucerne transport museum in Switzerland

    had a good day at the lucerne transport museum in Switzerland. hope. is the best transport museum iv been to. well worth a visit!! you enjoy :)

    published: 29 Aug 2014
  • Scenic Switzerland from The Brienz Rothorn Bahn (Cog Railway)

    In this (the second video) taken on an Autumn visit to the Brienz Rothorn Bahn (Cog Railway) we admire the stunning scenery far below, enhanced by the beautiful autumn colors, we also take a closer look at the wonderful little steam engines taking visitors to the summit station at Rothorn.

    published: 05 Jan 2016
  • Lötschberg car transportation, Kandersteg-Goppenstein, Switzerland

    15 August 2010.

    published: 28 Feb 2011
  • Top 10 Countries With Best Transport System

    Top 10 Countries With Best Transport System: 10. United Kingdom (Transport Index - 75.84) 9. Spain (Transport Index - 76.48) 8. France (Transport Index - 76.63) 7. Germany (Transport Index - 78.26) 6. Japan (Transport Index - 78.43) 5. Switzerland (Transport Index - 80.36) 4. Netherlands (Transport Index - 81.16) 3. United Arab Emirates (Transport Index - 82.79) 2. Singapore (Transport Index - 83.48) 1. Hong Kong (Transport Index - 84.63) IMAGE SOURCE: Google Search MUSIC: Epidemicsound SOURCE: http://worldknowing.com/top-10-countries-with-best-transport-system-in-the-world/

    published: 11 Jul 2016
  • Switzerland transport HD

    published: 28 Nov 2012
  • SWITZERLAND: Glacier Express - scenic ride through the Alps [HD]

    The Glacier Express is a train which connects the two major mountain resorts of St. Moritz and Zermatt in the Swiss Alps. It is not an "express" in the sense of being a high-speed train but rather in the sense that it provides a one-seat ride for a long duration travel. In fact it has the reputation of being the slowest express train in the world. It takes 7,5 hours to journey across 291 bridges, through 91 tunnels and across the Oberalp Pass on the highest point at 2,033 m (6,670 ft) in altitude. The entire line is metre gauge (narrow gauge railway). The Glacier Express is run jointly by two private Swiss railways, the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn (MGB) and the Rhätische Bahn (RhB), who also operate the regular local trains and freight trains over the same route. The panorama cars were i...

    published: 14 Nov 2011
  • Switzerland: Vereina Tunnel

    Loading and unloading cars on the train to cover Vereina Tunnel built to improve all-weather transport in Swiss Alps.

    published: 04 May 2015
  • Switzerland: Trams in Basel, April 2016

    BLT (yellow) & BVB (Green) trams in Basel & surrounds, Filmed; 18/19 April 2016

    published: 21 Apr 2016
  • Trams in Zurich, Switzerland 2015

    Trams make an important contribution to public transport in the city of Zürich in Switzerland. The tram network serves most city neighbourhoods, and is the backbone of public transport within the city, albeit supplemented by the inner sections of the Zürich S-Bahn, along with urban trolleybus and bus routes as well as two funicular railways and one rack railway. The trams and other city transport modes operate within a fare regime provided by the cantonal public transport authority Zürcher Verkehrsverbund (ZVV), which also covers regional rail and bus services.

    published: 01 Sep 2015
  • Universal Transport - On rails to Switzerland

    Universal Transport - Auf Schienen in die Schweiz Universal Transport - On rails to Switzerland

    published: 13 Jan 2016
Public Transport in Switzerland

Public Transport in Switzerland

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After the successful release of the publication Suburban Railway and High Speed Rail in the Czech Republic, we are currently preparing another project, in DVD format, to promote public transport. The working title is Public Transport in Switzerland. The goal of the project is to inform professionals and government officials about the Swiss transport system, in an audiovisual form. This could support a nationally integrated system in the Czech Republic, with Switzerland serving as inspiration. This is indeed one of the priorities of the Centre for Efficient Transport Association. The project envisages a 50 min run time divided into several chapters that are thematically distinct. In the chapters, we would like to show how it is possible to travel in Switzerland with a single ticket (the General Abo [GA]), provide information about Zurich Railway Station - the busiest station in Europe, focus on the suburban rail project "Bahn 2000" and the construction of the new Alpine tunnel (Gotthard and Loetschberg ), present Swiss transport policy, and highlight the vision of the development of transport infrastructure in "Bahn 2030" and public transport. We are cooperating on this project with leading documentary filmmakers Tomas Kusyn and Marek Hyza, who have received significant awards for their earlier works. The target of the project is in the form of audio-visual presentations to inform the representatives of public administration at the national level, representatives of regional councils, representatives of major statutory towns and professionals about the need to change the understanding of public transport in the Czech Republic to be in accordance with the current trends of the Swiss transport system. This knowledge could then be applied to the public transport system in the Czech Republic with regard to local conditions.
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Swiss Public Transport

Swiss Public Transport

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Transport in Zurich - Switzerland

Transport in Zurich - Switzerland

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Transport in Zurich - Switzerland World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Zurich - Switzerland Travel Guide http://goo.gl/APpjcE Public transport: Public transport in Zurich is good.The Verkehrsbetriebe Zürich (VBZ) operates trams and buses. Zürcher Verkehrsverbund (ZVV) operates services within the canton as a whole, including all trains. Tickets must be purchased at machines (located at stops/ stations) and validated before boarding. Zurich operates on a zone system. A single fare for one to two zones is valid for one hour. The 24-hour and 72-hour ZürichCARDs cover all travel in the seven central zones, including trips to and from the airport. The 9-Uhr-Tagespass is ideal for regional daytrips, valid for journeys after 0900. Ferries also form part of Zurich's public transport network. The main terminal is at Enge, but it can be easier to board at Bürkliplatz. Zürichsee-Schifffahrtsgesellschaft operates services to Rapperswil and Schmerikon. Taxis: Taxis can be hailed or found at ranks, as well as ordered by phone: Züri Taxi (tel: (044) 222 2222), Taxi 444 (tel: (044) 444 4444), Alpha Taxi (tel: (044) 777 7777). A compulsory service charge of 15% is included in the fare, although it is customary to tip for luggage handling. Driving: Motorways almost go right into the city centre, making driving fairly easy. However, parking in the city can be difficult. Some of the more central car parks are located on Beethovenstrasse, Uraniastrasse, Sihlquai, Löwenstrasse and Gessner-Allee. Car hire: Zurich is well represented by the major car hire firms, including Alamo, Avis , Europcar and Hertz The minimum age for car hire is 21. Visitors must have a full licence held for at least one year. Bicycle hire: Cycling is popular in Zurich, especially along the shores of the lake. Züri Rollt offers free bicycles for use in the city on presentation of a valid ID. Hire locations include the Velogate at the Hauptbahnhof. =============================================== Zurich Museums, Zurich Transport, Zurich Tours, Zurich Introduction, Zurich Attractions, Zurich Hotels, Zurich Restaurants, Zurich Shopping, Zurich Nightlife, world travel video, Zurich video, Zurich, Zurich Travel guide, Zurich Tourism, Zurich Vacation, Switzerland, Switzerland travel guide, Switzerland tourism, Switzerland vacation, Switzerland Attractions,Europe === Zurich - Switzerland Travel Guide, Tourism, vacation, Travel Tips, Attractions
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Travel Switzerland - Tips on Using Public Transportation in Zurich

Travel Switzerland - Tips on Using Public Transportation in Zurich

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Learn how to ride common form of public transport in Zurich. (Zurich, Switzerland) It is easy to navigate around Zurich. You can use the city's extensive tram and bus network, hop on a lake steamer, ride a taxi or rent a bike. The easiest way to get to almost any location in the city is to ride a tram. Use this map at the tram stop to find out your route. Today, I will be going from Central to Kunstouse. Before buying a ticket at one of the machines, decide what kind of ticket you need and then press the appropriate button. If you plan on riding more than twice, I highly recommend the day pass. After you press the button, the ticket price will be displayed on the screen. When paying, make sure to have plenty of coins, as most of the machines do not accept bills. This is where the ticket comes out. Now you are ready to get on the tram. This plate shows you what trams stop here. You can check out the timings on this departure table. Our tram to Kunstouse leaves in three minutes. Looks like that is our tram. You can see the route by looking at the color and number. The tram halts at every stop. Make sure to press the button or the door would not open. The trams can take you practically everywhere in Zurich. If you need to take a taxi, make sure to order one on the phone or get one on a taxi rank. I am Nadia Migdal, showing you Zurich.
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Swiss Transport

Swiss Transport

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Join us as we travel through Switzerland by plane, train, tram, and boat. Share our view out the window from Zurich, up into the Alps, and back down toward Lake Geneva. Itinerary: Zurich (0:00) Lucerne (1:19) Swiss Museum of Transport (1:30) Interlaken (2:16) Lauterbrunnen (3:24) Murren (4:07) (Murren to Lauenen by foot - separate video) Kandersteg (5:06) Trip to Zermatt/Matterhorn (6:12) Canton of Vaud (6:55) Lake Geneva (7:08)
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Travel Switzerland by Train, Bus and Boat with Swiss Travel Systems

Travel Switzerland by Train, Bus and Boat with Swiss Travel Systems

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Switzerland if full of charming mountain villages, and I'd heard one of the best ways to experience them is with Swiss Travel Systems. This public transport system connects nearly the entire country by rail, bus and boat. It’s known for being efficient, always on time and makes it very easy to travel between more than 75 Swiss cities and towns. But best of all, it passes through stunning scenery, some of which can only be seen by rail. So I decide to traverse the country by rail on my weeklong holiday. I start my journey after landing at the Zurich Airport and head southwest to one of the countries most moneyed resorts, Gstaad, which is about a three-hour ride train ride. On part of it, I am aboard the Golden Pass, one of the panoramic trains, which offers wide-open views of some of the countries quintessential landscapes. I'm instantly impressed and happy I chose to travel this way. My favorite part of this journey, however, is passing through small towns with snow-capped peaks in the background. One of the first things I notice in each town is the church, which is also often the highest building in town, and offers a certain kind of peacefulness at each sight. Once I arrive in Gstaad, I most adore the chalet style architecture, openness of the country, and skiing and offbeat adventure like fat biking. Up next, I head northeast to Interlaken. After a train ride just under 2 hours and with a few transfers, I jump right into adventure that tests my adrenaline threshold. At places like Vertical Rush, I break through fear on a base-jump simulator and later paraglide over the Victorian resort for more fun. Then it’s time to wrap up the weeklong experience in another cozy mountain village, Grindenwald. To get here, it only takes about 30 minutes and offers an Apex ski experience at the base of Mt. Eiger, one of the most recognized mountains in the alps. It is known especially for a fierce North Face that only the most daring and accomplished climbers have conquered. On other mountains, you can find activities like the First Cliff Walk- a suspended walkway from the mountain, sledging and snow hikes to pristine alpine landscapes. It’s tough to leave the Swiss countryside and resorts as I board a train back to Zurich, but I'm much happier than I would be had I chosen to drive. It's relaxing to just sit back and watch the scenery zoom by, and I'm so glad I decided to travel this way. More perks of purchasing a Swiss train pass include half price tickets on mountain railway tours and free museum entry to 490 museums. Luggage can also be sent to and from your destination with your airline from every international airport in the world. And within Switzerland, you can send luggage from one destination to another, so there's no need to haul your skis and bags with you. On board, you can enjoy a meal in the dining carriage, or in the bistro or grab a snack in the minibar.
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lucerne transport museum in Switzerland

lucerne transport museum in Switzerland

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had a good day at the lucerne transport museum in Switzerland. hope. is the best transport museum iv been to. well worth a visit!! you enjoy :)
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Scenic Switzerland from The Brienz Rothorn Bahn (Cog Railway)

Scenic Switzerland from The Brienz Rothorn Bahn (Cog Railway)

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In this (the second video) taken on an Autumn visit to the Brienz Rothorn Bahn (Cog Railway) we admire the stunning scenery far below, enhanced by the beautiful autumn colors, we also take a closer look at the wonderful little steam engines taking visitors to the summit station at Rothorn.
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Lötschberg car transportation, Kandersteg-Goppenstein, Switzerland

Lötschberg car transportation, Kandersteg-Goppenstein, Switzerland

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Top 10 Countries With Best Transport System

Top 10 Countries With Best Transport System

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Top 10 Countries With Best Transport System: 10. United Kingdom (Transport Index - 75.84) 9. Spain (Transport Index - 76.48) 8. France (Transport Index - 76.63) 7. Germany (Transport Index - 78.26) 6. Japan (Transport Index - 78.43) 5. Switzerland (Transport Index - 80.36) 4. Netherlands (Transport Index - 81.16) 3. United Arab Emirates (Transport Index - 82.79) 2. Singapore (Transport Index - 83.48) 1. Hong Kong (Transport Index - 84.63) IMAGE SOURCE: Google Search MUSIC: Epidemicsound SOURCE: http://worldknowing.com/top-10-countries-with-best-transport-system-in-the-world/
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Switzerland transport HD

Switzerland transport HD

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SWITZERLAND: Glacier Express - scenic ride through the Alps [HD]

SWITZERLAND: Glacier Express - scenic ride through the Alps [HD]

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The Glacier Express is a train which connects the two major mountain resorts of St. Moritz and Zermatt in the Swiss Alps. It is not an "express" in the sense of being a high-speed train but rather in the sense that it provides a one-seat ride for a long duration travel. In fact it has the reputation of being the slowest express train in the world. It takes 7,5 hours to journey across 291 bridges, through 91 tunnels and across the Oberalp Pass on the highest point at 2,033 m (6,670 ft) in altitude. The entire line is metre gauge (narrow gauge railway). The Glacier Express is run jointly by two private Swiss railways, the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn (MGB) and the Rhätische Bahn (RhB), who also operate the regular local trains and freight trains over the same route. The panorama cars were introduced in 2006. I decided to take this trip after I have seen a scene of the Glacier Express in the IMAX documentary film "The Alps". September 6, 2009 Filmed with the Vado HD pocket camara.
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Switzerland: Vereina Tunnel

Switzerland: Vereina Tunnel

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Loading and unloading cars on the train to cover Vereina Tunnel built to improve all-weather transport in Swiss Alps.
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Switzerland: Trams in Basel, April 2016

Switzerland: Trams in Basel, April 2016

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BLT (yellow) & BVB (Green) trams in Basel & surrounds, Filmed; 18/19 April 2016
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Trams in Zurich, Switzerland 2015

Trams in Zurich, Switzerland 2015

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Trams make an important contribution to public transport in the city of Zürich in Switzerland. The tram network serves most city neighbourhoods, and is the backbone of public transport within the city, albeit supplemented by the inner sections of the Zürich S-Bahn, along with urban trolleybus and bus routes as well as two funicular railways and one rack railway. The trams and other city transport modes operate within a fare regime provided by the cantonal public transport authority Zürcher Verkehrsverbund (ZVV), which also covers regional rail and bus services.
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Universal Transport - On rails to Switzerland

Universal Transport - On rails to Switzerland

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Universal Transport - Auf Schienen in die Schweiz Universal Transport - On rails to Switzerland
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