Public Transport in Germany includes various transportmodes among them the S-bahn. It is very practical to live in any large German city or metropolitan area without owning a car. Even medium-sized cities have good public transportation networks that use buses, trams, and city rapid rail lines to move people around.
The term “S-Bahn” is an abbreviation of “Stadtschnellbahn - city rapid rail”. The first urban rail system to be called an S-Bahn was introduced in 1930 when Berlin expanded its electrified rail network. Today many cities all across Germany, have a commuter rail systems known as the S-Bahn.