The Jungfrau Railway, the pioneer of all mountain railways, began operating an all-year-round service from Kleine Scheidegg to the Jungfraujoch in 1912. The mountain terminus is the Jungfraujoch, altitude 3454 metres, where two underground station halls house Europe's highest altitude railway station.
BLS Lötschbergbahn AG
BLS provide rail and coach services in the passenger transport sector. We are committed to the S-Bahn Berne as well as regional transport in the Bernese Oberland and Upper Valais.
CJ - Chemins de fer du Jura
The network of the Railroads of the Jura (CJ) is in the North-West of Switzerland. It essentially serves the plateau of the Frank-Mountains and the Porrentruy section - Bonfol en Ajoie. Porrentruy, Glovelier, Tavannes and La Chaux-de-Fonds constitute the stations of access to the network of the CJ.
BOB - Bernese Oberland Railway (Switzerland)
The Bernese Oberland Railway (BOB) connects Interlaken, (Interlaken Ost railway station) with Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen. Two train compositions are usually coupled together to travel to Zweilütschinen where they are then split. One train travels to Grindelwald, the other to Lauterbrunnen.
The Ferrovia Lugano-Ponte Tresa (FLP) Railway runs 12km from Lugano to Ponte Tresa.