The German railway company, Deutsche Bahn, expanded its service over the Internet and launched an Bah alarm Deutsch service to ensure that all passengers are aware of delays in train travel via e-mail. Accordingly, every passenger who wishes to be aware of possible delays and technical failures will now be able to activate the alarm option for the relevant train journey. Passengers who want to be notified of the reservations need to make reservations or buy tickets.
Those who want to benefit from the new service launched today need to register to the system at the address "www.bahn.de" for once. Previously, only DB customers could benefit from the e-mail alert service. The alarm option is activated two hours before the departure time of the relevant train and immediately notifies the passenger of delays exceeding ten minutes. The system not only offers passengers alternative train connections as well as delays, but also informs passengers about negative developments in railway traffic by sending a second e-mail. - Haberimport