Information for students and trainees

A girl in a classroom looking in the camera, behind her a teacher showing things on a blackboard

(© istockphoto / Lise Gagne)

Ticket offers for students and trainees

Work before pleasure. Our RMV tickets for students and trainees make it easy to combine both. In addition to being valid for the way to school, the ticket is also valid all day, all night - for example, for the route to the cinema or to the next party. The only exception: the vocational school ID.

Here are our special offers for students and trainees:

Schülerticket Hessen as eTicket

(© Hessisches Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Energie, Verkehr und Landesentwicklung)

Student ticket for Hesse

  • 1 year. 1 euro per day. 1 ticket.
  • For students and trainees
  • Valid throughout Hesse

Monthly ticket at the fares for trainees

Monthly token for pupils and apprentices
  • For students and trainees
  • For any number of journeys in the validity area

Monthly ticket at the fares for trainees

Weekly ticket at the fares for trainees

Weekly token for pupils and apprentices
  • For any number of journeys
  • For students and trainees

Weekly ticket at the fares for trainees

Vocational training ID

RMV-card Berufsschulausweis with the lettering Wissen fassen
  • For students and trainees
  • Supplements the season ticket for the training position, if the (vocational) school location is not included.

CleverCard - the annual ticket for students and trainees

CleverCard eTicket
  • The CleverCard is offered for Mainz (fare zone 6500) and also for trips to the transition fare zones of Rhein-Nahe Nahverkehrsverbund (public transportation company), Westerwaldkreis (district of Westerwald) and Rhein-Lahn-Kreis district.
Four teenagers in front of a train

(© RMV/Christian Sauter)

After school and while on holiday

It is when the school bell rings that the fun really begins. That is why there are practical offers even for the holidays and leisure time in the RMV area:

Titelbild RMV-Schülerbroschüre mit Titel: Volle Lotte durch die Region

RMV student brochure: Bus and train journeys made easy

Be it information about ticket machines, tickets or ideal behaviour at the bus stop and on public transport:School students can learn everything important about bus and train travel in the RMV area in the comic booklet "Volle Lotte durch die Region” (At full speed through the region).

It includes many helpful tips and information for parents, teachers and drivers.

RMV Student brochure (PDF) (only in German)

RMV-Busschule Schriftzug

RMV-Busschule Schriftzug

Bildgröße 305 x 78 px
(© RMV)

School projects

There are many different school projects in the RMV area so that even the youngest of children can get to and from school safely. This is how one can have fun while learning how to travel right:

Close-up: Part of a man in suit with yellow helmet in a lighted train tunnel

(© shutterstock)

Careers in the "public transport" sector

Want to go from university straight onto the job? Transport companies offer numerous career opportunities. Here you will find job advertisements for attractive jobs and training positions in the public transport sector. In addition, interesting jobs in local public transport and RMV are presented.

Careers in the "public transport" sector (only in German)

Smiling blond woman on the street looking on her mobile phone

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Always well informed

Stay up-to-date. RMV provides you with news worth knowing about your mobility.

Wallet on a bench on the platform

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Lost property

Did you forget something? You can get help here and hopefully will recover your belongings quickly:

RMV service telephone: 069 / 24 24 80 24

Lost property

Your contact details

Your concern can reach us and our partners in many ways: quickly via the online service portal, personally on site or on the service phone, or traditionally by post or fax.

A service desk with two employees and two clients at each end

(© RMV / Arne Landwehr)

Customer at a service counter

(© RMV/Stefanie Kösling)

Woman inserting a letter into the letterbox

(© RMV - Markus Hammrich)