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Mobility in the Rhein-Sieg District

With almost 600,000 inhabitants, the Rhein-Sieg district is one of the most populated districts in the whole of the Federal Republic of Germany. It has a special geographical location, almost completely surrounding the city of Bonn and directly bordering the city of Cologne in the north.

The large population and proximity to the two main centres of Bonn and Cologne lend the topic of mobility particular significance in the Rhein-Sieg district. Its superb transport links are one of its main assets.

The Rhein-Sieg district has a dense network of district, state and federal roads and federal motorways. There is a good public transport network in both urban and rural areas of the district. And the inner cities of Bonn and Cologne can also be conveniently reached in less than half an hour via tram, S-Bahn and regional express trains. The region is connected to the European high-speed rail network via the Siegburg/Bonn ICE station. The international Cologne/Bonn – Konrad Adenauer Airport is in close proximity and the international Frankfurt/Main Airport is also only a good half an hour’s journey time away with the ICE from Siegburg.

You will find information and services provided for you by the Department of Motor Vehicles of the Rhein-Sieg district here.

We have compiled information for you on the public transport service here.