Coronavirus: with a protection concept step by step back to the regular timetable

The public transport services in the ZVV were reduced due to the extraordinary situation at the end of March. Since 11 May 2020, the regular timetable has been largely restored. The ZVV online timetable has been updated. A protection concept has been developed for the use of public transport.

As a result of the gradual opening of shops, schools, restaurants and other institutions, the system leaders SBB and Postauto have developed a protection concept for public transport together with the Federal Offices of Transport (FOT) and Health (FOPH). This concept is primarily based on the personal responsibility and solidarity of passengers.

Recommendations for passengers

  • Passengers are strongly recommended to wear hygiene masks if the two metre distance cannot be maintained.
  • If possible, avoid morning and evening commuting times and use less busy connections instead.
  • Distribute yourself as well as possible at stops and in vehicles. Keep a distance when getting on and off. It is recommended to form an alley and leaving space for the people getting off.
  • Persons at particular risk should continue to avoid public transport as far as possible.
  • The transport companies intensify cleaning, especially of the contact surfaces.
  • Buy tickets electronically in the ticket shop or in the ZVV ticket app. It is also recommended to pay contactless at counters and ticket machines. The ticket obligation still applies.
  • Journey with a touristic background should be avoided.

S-Bahn network: Phased return to the regular timetable

  • The S29 runs every half hour from Monday to Friday, and onward every hour on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Concerning the lines during rush hour (S20, S21 and S23) there are no more than individual courses running.

Sihltal Zürich Uetliberg Bahn (SZU)

  • The S10 will continue to run without the Ringlikon-Uetliberg section until further notice.
  • The Adliswil-Felsenegg LAF cableway is expected to remain closed until at least 8 June.
  • Information on SZU services (in German)

Regional bus routes

The bus lines mostly run according to the normal timetable.

Please check your connection through the online timetable or the ZVV timetable app before you start your journey.   

City of Zurich

  • There are restrictions on tram lines 4 and 10 as well as on bus lines 66, 69, 75 and 89. Tram line 15 is not running.
  • From 2 June, trams und busses will operate according to the regular timetable.
  • Information on VBZ services (in German)

Winterthur

Lake Zurich

  • The connection Wädenswil–Männedorf-Stäfa operates according to the regular timetable.
  • The connection Thalwil–Erlenbach–Küsnacht link operates according to a special timetable.
  • Information on ZSG services

ZVV night network

  • The entire ZVV night network has been cancelled effective immediately and until further notice.
 

ZVV customer service

Our customer service ZVV-Contact is available to answer your questions. ZVV-Contact can be contacted by e-mail to contact@zvv.ch or by telephone on 0848 988 988 (daily from 6-22 o'clock).