Fahrgast TV Nürnberg

The Setting

Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria, with around 530,000 inhabitants, and the Metropolitan region of Nuremberg is home to circa 3.6 million people.

The medieval city has a wide range of academic institutions. Over 20,000 students learn at the Nuremberg locations. Including the faculties in Erlangen, more than 47,000 young people study in the greater area.

VAG Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft transports up to 630,000 passengers daily.

Take advantage of this potential and place your advertising on the monitors in Nuremberg’s city buses, trams, and subways.

Daily Contacts

Subways
Variant III: 105.555
Variant II: 158.333
Variant I: 316.666

Trams
Variant III: 34.444
Variant II: 51.666
Variant I: 103.333

Bus Lines
Variant III: 37.777
Variant II: 56.666
Variant I: 113.333

Line and Rail Network

Bus Line Network Nuremberg/Fürth, Status 1/2015
Source: VGN, Nuremberg

Subway Network Nuremberg/Fürth, Status: 10/2020
Source: VGN, Nürnberg

Subway Network Nuremberg/Fürth, Status: 10/2020
Source: VGN, Nuremberg

Tram Line Network Nuremberg/Fürth, Status 10/2020
Source: VGN, Nuremberg

Key Data


Subways
Quantity of subways: 81
Quantity of monitors: 928
Transmission time: 18.5 hours daily

Placement of the screens in the subways (each 8 x 17-19" widescreens)

Trams
Quantity of trams: 56
Quantity of monitors: 420
Transmission time: 18.5 hours daily

Placement of the screens in the trams (each 8 x 17-19" widescreens)

Bus Lines
Quantity of buses: 263
Quantity of single buses: 151
Quantity of articulated buses: 112
Quantity of monitors: 375
Quantity of monitors per single bus: 1
Quantity of monitors per articulated bus: 2
Transmission time: 18.5 hours daily

Placement of the screens in the buses (each 2 x 21.5" widescreens)