Q-Park Cooperates with Saarbahn and Further Expands Urban Mobility in Saarbrücken
Advancing the networking of local public transport and private car use in a meaningful way is the main goal of the recently agreed cooperation between Q-Park and the Saarbahn. Until at least the end of 2023, Saarbahn customers will benefit from reduced long-term parking rates in selected parking areas of the parking manager.
In the "Q-Park Hauptbahnhof" car park, Saarbahn annual subscribers with a "7x24" subscription can park in a permanent space for a monthly price of 95 instead of 118 euros. Or secure up to 150 hours of parking time for 75 euros a month with the "Flex 150" tariff. With the same tariff, Saarbahn customers have the opportunity to park their vehicle in the “Q-Park Dudweilerstrasse” car park for only 50 euros per month.
Q-Park maintains a total of 13 parking facilities with modern parking technology in Saarbrücken. Thanks to the Q-Park app and license plate recognition, contactless parking is possible in Saarbrücken. The Q-Park locations are mostly located in strategically important places, in the immediate vicinity of the city center or with a direct connection to the Saarbahn stops. In this way, customers can easily switch from their own car to public transport. In addition to long-term parking subscriptions, customers also have the option of booking a parking space via the Q-Park website.
All that Saarbahn subscribers need to take out a Q-Park subscription is a fare receipt as proof. This is available from the Saarbahn Service Center at Nassauer Straße 2-4 in Saarbrücken.
Q-Park is notable for its quality approach and has a portfolio comprising over 3,300 parking facilities with more than 640,000 parking spaces in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Ireland, and Denmark.
With its 28 trains and 138 own buses, the Saarbahn transports around 42 million people a year on the roads and on the rails in the state capital Saarbrücken and in the regional association. Since 1997, the Saarbahn has been the first European transport company to cross borders to Sarreguemines in Lorraine. With around 600 employees, the Saarbrücken transport company is the largest transport company in Saarland and operates a train and bus workshop, a driving school and the Saarbahn Service Center in the heart of Saarbrücken city centre.
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