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On the day of the event, the admission ticket is also valid as a ticket on ÖBB local trains and all VVT connections throughout Tyrol as well as all IVB connections and on the trains of the Werdenfelsbahn in Bavaria.
The Verkehrsverbund Tirol (VVT) is the official mobility partner of the ÖSV and in cooperation with the ÖBB is responsible for the handling of all mobility by public transport - i.e. the journey to the competitions by bus, train and Innsbruck city transport. The VVT enables all holders of a valid World Cup ticket to use all public transport connections throughout Tyrol free of charge on the day of the competition.
With a ticket to the train or bus and to the race
In detail, the cooperation works as follows: With a valid World Cup ticket, all VVT, IVB and ÖBB local public transport connections throughout Tyrol can be used free of charge on the day indicated on the ticket. The ÖBB long-distance trains (Railjet, IC, EC etc.) are excluded. In Bavaria, all trains of the Werdenfelsbahn can be used free of charge on the respective competition day. The arriving fans can use their admission ticket, for example, from Munich Central Station to travel with the Werdenfelsbahn. Current train connections of the Werdenfelsbahn can be found here. The Werdenfelskarte is also available for download below.
In addition, owners of a VVT annual ticket receive a 10 % discount on the purchase of World Cup tickets (with the exception of VIP tickets).
And this is how it works: Simply send an e-mail with the subject "Nordic World Ski Championships" and the number of the annual ticket to email@example.com and you will immediately receive the discount code. The impressive Mittenwald Railway is available to fans from Innsbruck Central Station. The route leads through a breathtaking mountain landscape with tunnels, viaducts and bridges. This ensures a lasting and unforgettable travel experience for fans from near and far.
Accredited persons can also use the bus and train connections between Innsbruck (Innsbruck Land) and Seefeld to Garmisch free of charge between 20 February and 3 March 2019.
Additional trains depart from Innsbruck Central Station
During the 14-day World Championships, a total of 170,000 seats will be available on the Karwendelbahn between Innsbruck and Seefeld. Of these, 30,000 alone are on offer. The additional trains for the fans start at Innsbruck Central Station with a stop at Innsbruck West Station and then head directly for the new and modern World Cup Seefeld Station in Tyrol. On a working day, 48 trains are scheduled to run between Innsbruck and Seefeld. On peak days, these trains will be increased by up to 9 additional trains to match the event. For fans who want to enjoy the evening events, a daily night train is planned which starts at 23:34 pm in Seefeld. The connection to the last train to Landeck-Zams will also be reached via Innsbruck's Westbahnhof (arrival at 00:01 am) with all stops. The last train leaves daily at 00:16 am and arrives at Innsbruck Central Station at 00:53 am. Information about travel times at ÖBB and VVT.
Free shuttle buses to the event site
The shuttle buses from the large car parks are equipped for event visitors and can only be used with a valid admission ticket: By bus from Scharnitz (Gießenbach) every 5 minutes from 2 hours before the start of the competition. Then every 15 minutes. By bus from Telfs-Pfaffenhofen every 15 minutes from 2 hours before the start of the competition. Then every half hour.
Free shuttle buses in the Seefeld Olympic region
In the five towns of the Seefeld Olympic Region (Seefeld in Tyrol, Leutasch, Reith bei Seefeld, Scharnitz and the two Telfer towns of Mösern and Buchen) the regional buses can only be used with a valid ticket. These will also be used increasingly during the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2019 in Seefeld.
Due to increased traffic on the upcoming weekends we advice you to use public transportation to get the venues in time. For your convenience we created extra parking slots for you to use at Park & Ride Telfs/Pfaffenhofen.
Parking spaces for coaches and fan buses
The buses can park at the parking lot Strandperle or at the parking lot Reithalle in Seefeld. Please book in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bus parking is only permitted with a valid parking permit. Visitors and fans can go directly from the car park to the event grounds via the pedestrian zone (Nordic Mile).
Visitor parking spaces
There will be reception parking spaces in Telfs (Pfaffenhofen) and in Scharnitz (Gießenbach). From there, shuttle buses will run to the competition grounds at regular intervals. The capacity of the reception car parks is approx. 4,000 cars.
Will there be roadblocks for cars?
Roadblock of the L36 Möserer Straße between Seewaldalm and WM-Halle and L14 Leutascher Straße between access Gschwandtkopf and WM-Halle on all event days from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. -> Exception for ski jumping competitions (1. and 2. March) from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.! Truck driving ban over 3.5 t total weight in both driving directions on the L35 Buchener Straße between access Interalpen-Hotel and Leutasch/Moos in the same period as above mentioned block. The access and departure by car from/to Leutasch is possible at any time via the L35 Buchener Straße ("Telfer Berg") and the L75 Bodenstraße. The access and exit by car from/to Seefeld is possible at any time via the B177 Seefelder Straße ("Zirler Berg") and via the L35 Buchener Straße ("Telfer Berg") or L14 Leutascher Straße. Access to Seefeld via Seefeld Nord from Scharnitz is not possible for all traffic.
No further closures are planned, but due to the shuttle traffic in the entire local area of Seefeld, impairments are to be expected.
Will there be road closures for trucks?
A ban on trucks over 3.5 t total weight in both directions on the L35 Buchener Straße between the Interalpen-Hotel and Leutasch/Moos access roads in the same period as above.