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Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung, Foto: Anton J. Brandl, www. This process includes adding segments built to rapid transit standards —usually as part of a process of conversion to a metro railway— mainly by the building of metro-grade tunnels in the central city area.
These trams were followed by specially designed vehicles like the Stadtbahn B series. By the s virtually all cities had abandoned the long-term goal of establishing a full-scale metro system due to the excessive costs associated with converting the tramways.
Most Stadtbahn systems are now a mixture of tramway-like operations in suburban and peripheral areas and a more metro-like mode of operation in city centres, with underground stations.
This 20th century Stadtbahn concept eventually spread from Germany to other European countries,  where it became known as pre-metro. The term Stadtbahn first arose in the first half of the 20th century as a name for the cross-city lines in Berlin and Vienna.
The Berlin Stadtbahn line is an elevated heavy rail line linking the East and the West. Long distance, regional, suburban, and urban services S-Bahn are operated on it.
The Wiener Stadtbahn Vienna was in the beginning a system of heavy rail lines circling the city, free of level crossings, operated by steam trains.
After World War I the Wiental , Donaukanal and Gürtel lines were converted into an electric light rail system with tram-like two-axle cars which on line 18G until switched into the tram network at Gumpendorfer Strasse station.
In the s to s the infrastructure was updated, and the lines were partially relocated: they are now part of the Vienna U-Bahn services 'U4' and 'U6'.
The Vorortelinie line remained heavy rail and is now part of the Vienna S-Bahn. Since the s the term Stadtbahn has become identified with a second, now dominant, meaning, which is a reference to underground urban rail network that is used by conventional trams but planned at the outset to be eventually converted into a metro system which may or may not be implemented in the end.
The conflicts that arose between increasing car usage and the existing tramway systems led to the so-called 'second level' concept for future light rail schemes.
This concept focused on the grade separation, i. Munich and Nuremberg decided to build pure, full-scale U-Bahn metro systems.
Berlin and Hamburg planned expansions of their existing U-Bahn networks, while most West German cities decided to upgrade their tramway networks step by step, linking new 'second level' infrastructure to existing sections.
While some cities regarded this solution as an interim step that would lead to a fully separated U-Bahn metro network independent of other forms of transport, others planned for a lesser degree of separation, one that would accommodate additional tram-like sections in the long run.
In French-speaking countries, these concepts were also known as " pre-metro ", stressing their interim nature.
Some operators and cities decided to identify the term Stadtbahn with the eventual goal of installing an U-Bahn so that both the original U-Bahn logo e.
North Rhine-Westphalia , Stuttgart Stadtbahn ; see example above mark station entries and stops. By the s conventional tramways had been seen by decision-makers as overloaded systems for almost two decades.
However, public attention focused on them at this time for two reasons. The Stadtbahn cities' second level plans faced unexpected complications in the form of lengthy construction work, budgetary problems for tunnel projects, and protests against elevated sections.
At the same time, the smaller cities which had not started Stadtbahn plans reassessed their options in relation to their existing tram systems.
East German cities had no s-style Stadtbahn plans in place, and the fleets and the infrastructure were in need of massive investment and improvement.
After the reunification of Germany in , the use of the Stadtbahn term became popular in the former East Germany as well, as in Erfurt and Dresden.
In Karlsruhe started an innovative new service, using both heavy and light rail infrastructure, to link the wider region to the city.
The vehicles were designed to comply with technical specifications for the federal heavy railway and for light rail communal tramways.
The meaning of Stadtbahn was enlarged to encompass this new type of " tram-train " service. In other regions, stimulated by the Karlsruhe example and planning to copy it, other terms are in use: Stadt-Umland-Bahn city-to-region railway, e.
Erlangen , also in discussion to connect the nearer surroundings of Munich , as far as not supplied with S-Bahn services so far, with the existing public transport there , Regional-Stadtbahn regional light rail, e.
Only those services that extend into the suburbs are called Stadtbahn. They are represented by the 'S' logo that is used for 'S-Bahn' Stadtschnellbahn in the rest of Germany and therefore partially conflict with it, as it has acquired a second meaning in Karlsruhe.
Although the design is the same nationwide, the colour varies from city to city to match local public transport operators' systems of colour-coding.
The logo is part of the 'S logo scheme' initially developed by Berlin public transport operator BVG , based on the established logos for urban metro 'U', for U-Bahn and suburban metro 'S', for S-Bahn and including bus 'Bus' and ferry 'F', for Fähre operations.
As the new logos became part of the information systems at more and more main railway stations, an increasing number of cities and public transport operators came to accept and adopt the scheme.
As far as the Stadtbahn terminology problem is concerned, however, the scheme serves only to add further confusion to the matter, since there is no nationwide logo for Stadtbahn services.
The result appears to be a contraction in the use of the term Stadtbahn , especially in cities where it has been used in its wider s 'light-rail system' meaning.
In cities where Stadtbahn has the s ' pre-metro ' meaning, both the 'U' for U-Bahn and the 'Tram' logo are used on city maps to indicate the location of stops and on railway station signage to indicate connections.
The 'U' Logo is normally used both where stops or stations are underground and where they serve 'second-level' pre-metro type lines.
In cities which prefix all their Stadtbahn line numbers with a 'U' e. Stuttgart , the 'U' logo is used at stops on services that are essentially 'classic' tram lines, not 'second-level' at all.Staffel 1, Folge Affenwelten 46 Min. Politische Teilhabe von Menschen mit Behinderung. Jetzt kostenlos! Jetzt zurücksetzen! Noah ist tief betrübt und setzt alles daran, die Ziege zu behalten. Dithmarschen Fotogalerien Marktbummel Nachbarn Kolumnen. Bis in Terminator 7 Nacht hinein versucht Dirk gemeinsam mit seinem ehemaligen Mitarbeiter Flemming die Chuck Norris wieder einzufangen und in Sicherheit zu bringen.