Postbusse im Innviertel

Many professionals are now dependent on public transport, especially in rural areas. ÖBB Postbus and its staff are therefore going to continue to be on duty and ensure that you will reach your destination reliably and safely every day despite this challenging situation.

Due to the order of the Federal Government and lower passenger numbers, we will adjust our timetables in the coming days, always in close cooperation with the transport associations. For more detailed information, please visit the respective websites of the transport associations. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the ÖBB customer service at 05-1717.

Thank you very much for your understanding!

Mandatory face masks for public transport

From Monday, 13th April 2020, it will be mandatory to wear face masks to cover the wearer's mouth and nose.

If there is a shortage of face masks, other textile barriers such as a scarf may be used. It is essential that nose and mouth are covered. This measure is necessary to reduce the risk of infection with the coronavirus. The mouth-nose-protection serves primarily as a third party protection, to prevent the risk of transmission by withholding droplets during coughing, talking and sneezing. The safety distance of at least 1 metre to other people remains recommended, also while mouth-nose-protection is being worn.

Passengers are obliged to provide their own mouth-nose-protection. The large-surface distribution of mouth-nose-protection (face masks) is carried out by supermarkets.