Change subscriptionChange subscription online
If your address or bank details have changed, you can notify us online. You can change your tariff area at any customer center or sales outlet. Or you can simply contact our chatbot.
Cancel subscriptionTo the form
You can easily cancel your subscription via our contact form. Please note that your subscription discount will be cancelled in case of early cancellation. For already used days you will have to pay extra.
Find customer number
Your customer number is on every letter you receive from us. If you don't have one at hand, you can alternatively find it on your account statements. Your customer number is indicated here for each of our direct debits.
Lost student ticketOrder new student ticket
No need to worry, you can simply order a new one. You will need your customer number and a passport photo. Attention: There is a fee of 10 € for the processing.
Tickets & Tariffs
Tariff regulationsAll tickets
How long is my one-way ticket valid? For which tickets are there reduced prices? You can find answers to these and all other questions about our fares on the product pages of our tickets.
Tariff areas & tariff zonesTo tarif informations
ABC, BC, AB – you're not sure which fare zones you'll cross on your way to work and whether Potsdam is in the C zone or not? With our overview of the fare zones, you can keep track of everything.
Conditions of carriageConditions of carriage
Stroller, grandma, dog – what, who and how many you can take with you for free with which ticket and where you have to pay extra, we explain on the product pages of our tickets.
Ticket controlTicket control
Of course, on the day you forgot your monthly ticket at home, you are checked. Good that we have summarized all the important information about ticket checks and increased transport charges for you.
Ändern sich die Preise der Tickets, erfährst du hier wie du mit deinen alten Tickets vorgehst und welche Tickets ihre Gültigkeit behalten.
You know our route network inside out and just want to buy your ticket quickly and conveniently? Then you'll love our ticket app. Simply select the ticket you want, activate it and off you go!
No matter where you want to go - with the Fahrinfo app you are guaranteed to find the fastest and most convenient route. And because we like to make things especially easy for you, you can also buy your ticket directly here.
Tickets, connections, car, bike, train – in the Jelbi app you can find everything at once. To log in, simply use your BVG account. You can also access all invoices for your bookings.
Not in the mood for group cuddling on the train? Then the BerlKönig is just the thing for you! Simply book and pay via app and off you go – with strangers or friends. Driving a limo has never been so environmentally friendly and affordable.
Ticket purchase via appSee app FAQ
Can I buy tickets for friends via the ticket apps? Where do I get an invoice for my tickets? We answer these and many other questions in our FAQ.
Customer Centers & Shops
Customer Centers & ShopsTo Customer Centers & Shops
Find out what you can do at customer centers, travel markets and kiosks, and where there is a BVG outlet near you.
For touristsAll tourist information
Here you can find all important information about arrival and departure, tourist tickets and the most exciting sights of Berlin.
Barriere-free traveling overviewTo barriere-free traveling
Here you will find, among other things, information about the VBB escort service and learn what BVG is doing to make life a little easier for people with disabilities.
Mobility trainingsFind out about the mobility trainings
Are you in a wheelchair or otherwise physically limited and unsure what you need to consider when using our vehicles? Then our mobility training courses are just right for you!
Barrier-free FAQTo the barriere-free FAQ
Find answers to all your questions regarding barrier-free travelling with BVG.
Regulations & Rules
Passenger rightsSee passenger rights
We don't just want to get you from A to B, we want you to feel good about it – no matter who you are or where you come from. That's why all our customers have the same rights. However, should you ever feel disadvantaged, we are always ready to listen to you.
Usage policySee usage policy
Would you like it if someone skateboarded in your apartment or just threw their trash in the hallway? Neither would we. That's why there are rules in the publicly accessible areas of the BVG that you also have to abide by.
Mask obligationSee the german Corona-page
Yes, masks are compulsory on buses, trains and streetcars. And yes – if you do not comply for your own protection and out of consideration for others, you will pay a fine. We know that there are many other questions about the mandatory wearing of masks. We will answer them for you.
More service topics
Lost & Found officeSee page
Left your cell phone on the streetcar? Found a cuddly toy that suffers from homesickness? Then our lost and found office at the station S+U Warschauer Straße is the right address for you. Lost property is stored here for 6 weeks. And you can use our online lost and found office to find out which items were handed in to us and when.
Nur wenn wir aufeinander Acht geben, kommen wir alle sicher an unser Ziel. Deswegen haben wir für dich klare Regeln und Handlungsempfehlungen formuliert, damit du in Notfällen schnell und richtig vorgehen und somit dir selbst und deinen Mitmenschen helfen kannst.
Customer guaranteeSee customer guarantee
We stand by our mistakes. That's why we also compensate you if, for example, we are the reason for your soiled clothes or you only reach your destination with considerable delays because of us.
Report ticket machine malfunctionDownload PDF in German
The ticket machine has swallowed your money? You can report these and similar problems to us by filling out the form and requesting a refund.
Music, filming, photographySee the page
We love you – and your musical talent. But even when making music alone or together, rules apply: You can get a permit to make music in our facilities for €10 per day at our customer office at Michaelbrücke.