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Local Travel Around The G8, Practical Info

me again | 21.05.2007 11:46 | G8 Germany 2007 | Globalisation | Social Struggles

Many people going to Germany next week (and there seem to be many, really ) were concerned about how to travel between camps and other locations in the area. There seem to be an easy answer fro that now:

Rostock's public transportation company seems to be somewhat friendly
towards the protests. They are announcing a ticket for the whole region
from June 2-9 for 15 Euro.

(That mean a 1 week travel card for 10 Pounds !!!)

This includes the trains to the Camps in
Reddelich and Wichmannsdorf and the airport Rostock Laage. Tickets can
be bought in the ticket selling counters, in regional busses and trains.

Also additional trains are running.
The regional train passing by the camp in Reddelich will be running also
at night every hour (takes approx. 30 min from Rostock train station),
trains from Rostock centre to Warnemuende, passing by Evershagen school
with media center and convergence center, will be going:

from 10:00 to 20:00 every 10 minutes
from 20:00 to 24:00 every 15 minutes
after midnight regular schedule, ending around 1:30, starting around 4.
There are night busses in between.

me again