Did you know …
... that the tunnel consists of two single-track main tubes?
... that there are four lateral access tunnels (Ampass, Ahrental, Wolf/Steinach, Mauls)?
... that conveyor belts carry the excavated material underground to the deposits?
... that the company's shares are held equally by the Republics of Austria and Italy?
News on construction site tours
As of August 1st 2015, tours of our construction sites in Italy and Austria can be booked directly via the new booking module on our website. You can find all the tour dates under the menu item “Tours”.
The works on the Brenner Base Tunnel can be seen from close up on three construction sites:
- the Ahrental construction site south of Innsbruck
- the Wolf construction site in Steinach am Brenner
- the Mules construction site north of Fortezza
You can view the available dates on the tour calendar. Details on the tour and the conditions for participating can be found in the description of each construction site tour.
We look forward to your visit!
Your BBT SE Team
The Brenner Base Tunnel is a horizontal railway line running through the Alps; a railway line for the future. The Brenner Base Tunnel is the main element of the new Brenner railway from Munich to Verona. At 64 km, it is the longest underground railway connection in the world, a pioneering work of engineering and it will markedly improve passenger travel and freight transport through the heart of Europe.