Integrated Interim Report 2019 – Germany needs a strong rail system

Deutsche BahnIntegrated Interim Report
January - June 2019


To transform rail transport in Germany into a strong backbone of our economy and society is a big task. As Deutsche Bahn, we identify particularly strongly with this task and assume particular responsibility for achieving this goal. We need an expansion strategy in order to live up to the demands of the climate, people, the economy and Europe, and to be able to contribute to a strong railway system. Our ambassador for Europe in long distance transport is an ICE 3, which was solemnly baptized »Europa/Europe« in Brussels, and with its blue stripes travels the Frankfurt am Main— Cologne—Brussels route.



Dr. Richard Lutz
CEO and Chairman of the Management Board of Deutsche Bahn AG

To the Chairman's letter

New strategy Strong Rail
Germany needs a strong rail system
Germany needs a strong rail system: For the climate. For people. For the economy. For Europe.
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