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Local public transport

If you want to stay in South Tyrol without using your own car you can count on a very well established system of public transport

Mobility is a top priority here in South Tyrol. So you can reach all sights and villages of the country by local public transport in a comfortable, fast and environment friendly way. 57% of South Tyrol's streets are located at more than 1,000 m a.s.l. - in total, there's a road network of 2,826 km which includes 996 km of guardrails, 206 tunnels and 1,662 bridges.

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