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Pitch goes digital. Since 1 October , smoking is prohibited in the bistro coaches, similar to the restaurant cars, which have always been non-smoking.
All trains feature a toilet for disabled passengers and wheelchair spaces. An electronic display above each seat indicates the locations between which the seat has been reserved.
Passengers without reservations are permitted to take seats with a blank display or seats with no reservation on the current section. The train is worked upon at up to four levels at a time and fault reports are sent to the workshops in advance by the on-board computer system to minimize maintenance time.
The ICE system is a polycentric network. Connections are offered in either minute, hourly or bi-hourly intervals.
Furthermore, additional services run during peak times, and some services call at lesser stations during off-peak times. Unlike the French TGV or the Japanese Shinkansen systems, the vehicles, tracks and operations were not designed as an integrated whole; rather, the ICE system has been integrated into Germany's pre-existing system of railway lines instead.
When considering all traffic freight, local and long-distance passenger , the busiest line carrying ICE traffic is the Munich—Augsburg line , carrying about trains per day.
The "ICE Sprinter" trains are trains with fewer stops between Germany's major cities running in the morning and evening hours. They are tailored for business travellers or long-distance commuters and are marketed by DB as an alternative to domestic flights.
Some of the Sprinter services continue as normal ICE services after reaching their destination. The service is usually half an hour faster than a standard ICE between the same cities.
The first Sprinter service was established between Munich and Frankfurt in Frankfurt - Hamburg followed in and Cologne -Hamburg in This service ran as a Metropolitan service between December and December In , a Berlin-Frankfurt service was introduced and a service between Cologne and Stuttgart ran between December and October Until December , a morning Sprinter service ran between Frankfurt and Munich with an intermediate stop at Mannheim , taking hours for the journey.
This has been since replaced by a normal ICE connection taking only hours. Starting with the December schedule change, a new Sprinter line links Berlin main station and Munich main station in less than four hours.
Source: Deutsche Bahn AG . This service however has been replaced by a daily Intercity service since March To avoid empty runs or excess waits, several services exist that operate exclusively inside Switzerland:.
As common in Switzerland, these trains can be used without paying extra for a supplement. There have been several accidents involving ICE trains.
The Eschede disaster was the only accident with fatalities inside the train, but other accidents have resulted in major damage to the trainsets involved.
It remains the world's worst high-speed rail disaster. The cause of the accident was a wheel rim which broke and damaged the train six kilometres south of the accident site.
The wheel rim penetrated the carriage floor and lifted the check rail of a set of points close to Eschede station.
The broken-off check rail then forced the point blades of the following set of points to change direction, and the rear cars of the trainset were diverted to a different track.
They hit the pillars of a street overpass, which then collapsed onto the tracks. Only three cars and the front powerhead passed under the bridge, the rest of the car train jackknifed into the collapsed bridge.
On 27 September , trainset fell off a work platform at the Hof maintenance facility and was written off. On 22 November , powerhead caught fire. The train was stopped at the station in Offenbach am Main near Frankfurt a.
No passengers were harmed, but the fire caused the powerhead to be written off. Two cars were written off, and the others are now used as spares.
On 1 April , trainset collided with a tractor that had fallen onto the track at a tunnel entrance near Istein , and was derailed.
No-one was injured. Trainset was temporarily taken apart, its cars being switched with cars from other ICE 3 trainsets. Powerhead suffered major damage in a collision with a car on the Mannheim—Frankfurt railway in April The driver of the Swiss locomotives was unfamiliar with the new layout of the station, which had been recently changed.
He did not see a shunting signal ordering him to stop. The locomotives automatically engaged the emergency brakes when he passed the signal, but came to a stop on the same track as the approaching ICE.
Both trains suffered major damage. The powerhead had to be rebuilt using components from three damaged powerheads , and On 1 March , trainset , travelling as ICE 23, collided with a tree which had fallen onto the track near Brühl after being blown down by Cyclone Emma.
The driver suffered severe injuries. The trainset is back in service, its driving-car having been replaced with that from trainset On 26 April , trainset 11, travelling as ICE , collided with a herd of sheep on the Hanover-Würzburg high-speed rail line near Fulda.
Both powerheads and ten of the 12 cars derailed. The train came to a stop metres into the Landrückentunnel. A cracked axle was blamed for a low-speed derailment of a third-generation ICE in Cologne in July The door slammed into the side of ICE on the adjacent track.
Six people travelling on ICE were injured. The first two carriages derailed and ten people were injured, one seriously. On 11 January , trainset partly derailed during a side-on collision with a freight train near Zevenaar in the Netherlands.