Arlberg Tunnel CLOSED from 21.04. through to 14.11.2015

Between the 21st of April and through to the 14th of November 2015 the Arlberg Tunnel will be closed. The Arlbergpassstraße is the alternative route to connect Tyrol to Vorarlberg.

Austria's longest road tunnel will be closed for maintainance work and addition of the latest security technologies by the ASFINAG. Informationen der ASFINAG (PDF)

Cycling ban on the B197 Arlbergpass:

On Tyrolean side (municipality of St. Anton am Arlberg) the cycling ban on the B197 is between km 6.52 (diversion Mooserkreuzweg in St. Anton am Arlberg) and km 11,304 (mountain pass) in direction Arlbergpass (uphill). Therefore, St. Christoph am Arlberg is no longer accessible by bicycle.

The route to Verwalltal is open all time.
It is recommended that cyclists check already in St. Jacob the local marked road network (St. Jakob village street ...... .. Old Arlbergstraße) for best routes.

Bike-Taxi-Arlberg | Phone +43 (0)664 231 8263

There are pre-defined stops and timetable, but a drive/trip is possible only if a previous Registration by phone is made. If there are no passengers booking the taxi, there won't be scheduled runs. The taxi (when previously booked) will stop only where passengers have registered their trip.

- Stops in St. Anton:

  • Stop in Nasserein: St. Anton Entrance E (Parking area Infopoint Nasserein)
  • Stop at the Bus Station Terminal West: St. Anton Entrance I (Taxi area)
  • Stop over the Arlbergpass: St. Christoph (Parking area on top of the mountain pass)

- Uptime:

  • Daily from 7:30 am until 6:30 pm on the hour

- Timetable:

  • in Nasserein every hour at (7:30 hrs, 8:30 hrs…),
  • at the Bus Terminal West always at 7:35 hrs, 8:35 hrs ...

- Ticket price: € 6.00

  • For one cyclist with one bycicle
  • For one trip from the Bus stop in Nasserein or the Bus terminal West to the Arlbergpass
  • Has to be paid directly to the taxi driver
  • The passenger confirm with its signature the arranged trip/transportation

During the bycicles bad on the B197 the following national and international bike routes will be affected and subject to change/close :

  • Bodenseetour (St. Anton am Arlberg – Arlbergpass – Bludenz – Feldkirch – Bodensee)
  • Silvretta-Tour (St. Anton am Arlberg – Paznaun – Bielerhöhe – Montafon – Arlbergpass – St.Anton am Arlberg)
  • Hahntennjoch-Runde (St. Anton am Arlberg – Arlbergpass – Flexenpass – Lechtal – Hahntennjoch
  • Gurgltal – Imst – Zams – St. Anton am Arlberg)
  • Etappe 31 des Bike-Trail-Tirol (St. Anton am Arlberg – Arlbergpass – Lech – Warth – Steeg)