The history of the Vienna U-Bahn began in 1898 when the first U-Bahn tunnel under Vienna’s city center was opened (Wiener Stadtbahn or also called Dampfstadtbahn). The first section connects the stations Schottenring and Kaiser-Ebersdorf. The subway expansions continued, and by 1913 the network had grown to six lines for a total of 59 kilometers.

During the Second World War, the underground network in Vienna was severely damaged, but reconstruction began immediately after the war. In the 1950s, new subway lines opened and the network continued to expand. The Vienna subway was one of the most modern transport systems in Europe.


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In the 1970s, the Vienna U-Bahn began using computer technology to make operations more efficient. Technological modernization continued in the following decades, and today the Vienna U-Bahn is an important part of Vienna’s public transport system and one of the most reliable U-Bahn systems in the world.

Today, the Vienna underground is an important part of everyday life in Vienna and contributes to improving the quality of life in the city. With an extensive network of lines criss-crossing the city and frequent train services, the Vienna U-Bahn is a convenient and efficient way to get around the city.

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