Austrian car number plates are license plates found on Austrian cars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austrian car number plates"
The Schafbergbahn is a narrow gauge cog railway in Upper Austria leading from Sankt Wolfgang am Wolfgangsee up to the Schafberg (1,783 m). With a total length of 5.8 km it gains about 1,200 m in height difference. The rail gauge is 1,000 mm using the Abt system. Operation started in 1893. Today steam locomotives as well as diesel locomotives are in operation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Schafbergbahn"
The Schneebergbahn is a cog railway leading from the small town of Puchberg in Lower Austria up to a pleateau beneath the Schneeberg, with 2076m the highest mountain of Lower Austria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Schneebergbahn"
The Transitforum Austria Tirol is an Austrian all-party non-governmental organization, which advocates for a reduction of international through traffic on Austrian roads, for environmental, economic, and medical reasons. The initiative is primarily targeted at truck transport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Transitforum Austria Tirol"
(Transportation in Austria) total: 6,123 km (3,523 km electrified) ...more on Wikipedia about "Transportation in Austria"
The Westautobahn (A1) ('Western Motorway') was the first motorway, or ‘ Autobahn’, to be built in Austria. It originated from the plans drawn up for the so-called Reichsautobahn. It runs from Vienna to Salzburg via Linz. In Salzburg, it joins the German A8 at Walserberg. ...more on Wikipedia about "Westautobahn"
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