Barrier-free Shuttle transport

Postbus Shuttle

The on-demand service on course for success.

Interest in Postbus's on-demand service, which can be ordered easily via app, continues unabated. Passenger growth in the Styrian region of Liesingtal is impressive.

Over 3,400 passengers have used the Postbus Shuttle so far, which was launched in the Liesingtal region on 1 May 2022. While the start-up and booking situation was rather sluggish at the beginning, the number of passengers skyrocketed remarkably - by 400% to be precise. In the second year of operation alone, 3,000 people used the Postbus Shuttle. With over 300 passengers, April was one of the strongest months so far, and the trend is still rising.

The reasons for this are an ongoing system evaluation, the optimisation of operating times, which has resulted in more efficient vehicle use, as well as a fare adjustment and the use of the new barrier-free vehicle. This has enabled the flexible public transport service to be adapted even better to the needs of the citizens of the four Styrian municipalities of Kalwang, Kammern im Liesingtal, Mautern in Steiermark and Wald am Schoberpaß. 

Summer tourism project in southern Carinthia

From 1 June to 30 September 2024, the Postbus Shuttle 4-Lakes offers the opportunity to experience the four Carinthian lakes Klopeiner See, Turnersee, Gösselsdorfer See and Kleinsee in a flexible and individual way and to explore the region's many attractions. Some of the tourist highlights that can be reached via the stops: the bathhouse on Lake Klopeiner See, Eberndorf Abbey, the Turnersee bird park, the Kitzelberg viewing platform, the Klopeiner See forest adventure world, the Schreckendorf paintball arena, the St. Kanzian observatory on Lake Klopeiner See, the Klopeiner See-Südkärnten golf club and Kühnsdorf-Klopeiner See railway station.

Residents and tourists in the municipalities of St. Kanzian am Klopeiner See and parts of the market town of Eberndorf benefit from the on-demand Postbus service, which has now improved accessibility and environmentally friendly, needs-based mobility.