Facts and figures

Transport infrastructure

One significant factor in favour of Mainz-Bingen as a business location is its centrality and therefore its excellent transport links. In the middle of Europe, part of the Rhine-Main metropolitan region, near the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region and the Cologne-Bonn-Koblenz region, the district brings markets and people together by regional and national routes overland, on the water and in the air.

The road network forms the basis of the excellent transport infrastructure with the A 60, A 61 and A 63 motorways, the main B 9, B 41, B 48, B 50 and B 420 roads through the district, and a dense network of country roads and village roads.
 
Situated at the intersection of the Cologne/Koblenz - Mainz - Frankfurt - Mannheim/Ludwigshafen railway lines, all served by ICE intercity express trains, Mainz-Bingen boasts excellent connections to the international railway network as well as numerous regional railway services.

The national and international transport network is complemented by the river Rhine, Germany's largest waterway with an industrial harbour in Mainz, and the easy access to the nearby Frankfurt Rhein-Main airport (approx. 48 km from Ingelheim) and Frankfurt-Hahn/Hunsrück airport.

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