• Organization TypeService Providers
  • Staff1001-5000
  • HeadquartersGermany
  • Founded1905

Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein GmbH (VHH)

The VHH at a glance The Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein GmbH (VHH) is with about 1,700 employees and 558 buses, the second largest public transport company in Northern Germany with headquarters in Hamburg. The transport company was founded in 1905. Today, the VHH carries about 106.6 million passengers per year. The annual turnover is about 126 million euros. In the coming years, the VHH will prepare the extensive conversion to electrically powered buses. In order to be able to procure emission-free buses from 2020 onwards, an implementation plan has been developed that incorporates the operational, technical and financial prerequisites as well as a corresponding implementation strategy. The VHH as a partner in the HVV VHH is a partner in the Hamburg Transport Association (HVV) and offers passenger transport by bus in the Hamburg metropolitan region. The traffic area of ​​the VHH reaches from Wedel in the west over Quickborn in the north to Lauenburg in the eastern Hamburg hinterland. The 12 locations of VHH form a belt around the Hanseatic city. From here, the buses of VHH start their journeys in the Hamburg city area and the surrounding areas within the HVV. The services of VHH are ordered by public and private clients. On behalf of all transport companies operating in the HVV, the VHH is responsible for the school projects in the HVV as well as for the HVV mobility advice for seniors.
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Company Offices

  • Germany (headquarters)
  • Hamburg
  • Curslacker New dyke 37