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Early morning public transport from Alexanderplatz to ZOB

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Early morning public transport from Alexanderplatz to ZOB

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1. Re: Early morning public transport from Alexanderplatz to ZOB

You can use the BVG journey planner and enter:

From: S+U Alexanderplatz Bhf

To: Messedamm/ZOB

seems you have to take S75 to Savignyplatz, walk to Schlüterstrasse from there, and take the bus M49 to ZOB

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2. Re: Early morning public transport from Alexanderplatz to ZOB

BVG journey planner link

fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en

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> It looks (on paper) like I can get the U2 line to Kaiserdamm

Paper is not recent enough. Due track works the U2 ends temporarily at the station Gleisdreieck and from there you can use the temporary line U12 (a combination of the U1 and U2 routes) to Kaiserdamm.

www.s-bahn-berlin.de/pdf/VBB-Liniennetz.PDF

The BVG timetable will give you by default the fastest connections. The S-Bahn has the more direct route and fewer stops. Thus even under normal circumstance (U2 to Kaiserdamm) this option may not be suggested. Of course you can activate the advanced options where you can request "direct connections" (does not work out in the moment to Kaiserdamm!) or deselect the S-Bahn.

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3. Re: Early morning public transport from Alexanderplatz to ZOB

There are several option. As mentioned before check out the journeyplaner on www.bvg.de as it takes into account building works etc.

One option is to take the S-Bahn to Zoologischer Garten and from there the U2 (towards Olympia-Stadium/Ruhleben) to Kaiserdamm. From the underground station Kaiserdamm it is a walk of approx. 5 min.

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