This year, Berlin is participating in the international Car Free Day for the third time. A total of 37 streets or street sections will be closed to car traffic and temporarily turned into play streets. Between 3 pm and 7 pm, the streets in question in all districts will be open for children and adults to play, eat and spend time together.
Car-free day: 37 play streets and free public transport on Thursday
For the car-free day on September 22, more than 30 street sections will once again be closed to motorized traffic and become play streets. Buses and trains can be used without a ticket on Thursday.
Free public transport in the fare zone AB
On the occasion of the car-free day, passengers can use Berlin's public transport system without having to buy a ticket. On September 22, all buses and trains in Berlin in the AB fare zone can be used free of charge from midnight. For journeys to Brandenburg, however, a Berlin BC or Berlin ABC ticket must be purchased.