IVB | + VVT
Public local traffic (4 tram-lines, and a dense network of buses) is operated by Innsbrucker Verkehrsbetriebe (IVB) and a couple of private operators. All public services are organized in Verkehrsverbund Tirol (VVT), which means that tickets are valid in every public transport line (including buses, trams and trains).
+ Getting There & Around (austria.info)
BUS > Eurolines Austria – is the largest operator and organizer of bus travel in Austria though many services are not included in their schedules. Flixbus – the biggest fish in the German Intercity Bus pond and now a major player in most of Europe serves a couple of international routes through and into Austria.
RAIL > Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof (map), the most important railway station of Innsbruck and Tyrol, is one of the busiest railway stations in Austria. Austrian Nightjet sleeper trains run twice a week to Brussels, taking 15 hours via Munich, Cologne, Aachen and Liège.
Tickets can be purchased from certain locations to Austria via the ÖBB website. The only competitor to ÖBB is WestBahn on the Salzburg-Linz-Vienna line (the company shares the name of the line it runs on). Vienna is the largest railway hub but day and night trains from most Central European countries travel to many stops across Austria. (*Rail travel in Europe)
AIRPORTS > Innsbruck Airport is located in the suburb of Kranebitten, which is located in the west of the city. The most important international airport is Vienna airport • St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport • Friedrichshafen.
WATERWAYS > –
Information about bicycles > radlobby.at.