You can find on this page the Copenhagen trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Copenhagen trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark.
The Copenhagen rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Copenhagen trains. This railway map of Copenhagen will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Copenhagen in Hovedstaden - Denmark. The Copenhagen rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Copenhagen 34 trains are of the class AnsaldoBreda Driverless Metro, and stationed at the Control and Maintenance Center at Vestamager. The trains are 2.65 m (8 ft 8 in) wide and three cars long; their 630-kilowatt (840 hp) power output is supplied by a 750-volt third rail as its mentioned in Copenhagen rail map. Operation of the Copenhagen rail system is subcontracted to Metro Service. Trains run continually, twenty-four hours a day, with the headway varying from two to twenty minutes.
The four different Copenhagen rail systems are: Re-tog regional trains (stops at major stations only, continues as interregional trains outside Copenhagen local traffic area). S-train (a combined urban and suburban rail system with a length of 170 km (105.63 mi)., the distance between stations is approximately 2 km (1.24 mi) within the central parts). Copenhagen Metro (under further development, the City Circle Line (M3+M4) is scheduled to be complete in 2018 with plans for three additional lines M5+M6+M7). Local trains in the periphery of the metropolitan area as you can see in Copenhagen rail map. (modern but usually driven by diesel or natural gas). There are 193 rail stations. Most of them have connecting bus services. This link shows all lines, stations and fare zones. The Copenhagen local traffic area is divided in 95 zones. Zones 1,2 and 3 make up the city core of Copenhagen.
The rapid transit system of Copenhagen is being transformed with the opening of a new metro circle line in the fall of 2019. And a light rail and more metro lines will open in the near future. Therefore, residents of Copenhagen and visitors to the city need a map that unifies S-train, metro, local and regional railways. Denmark capital city, København (Copenhagen), took light rail and metro technology to another level in October 2002 by opening an extensive system capable of being operated entirely without drivers (see Copenhagen rail map).