München Hackerbrücke station
Munich Hackerbrücke station is a station opened in 1972 on the Munich S-Bahn network below Hackerbrücke (Hacker bridge) that is close to Munich Central Station (Template:Lang-de). It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 3 station<ref name =categories/>and has a 211 metre long central platform between two platform tracks and is located directly in front of a 3.2 percent drop into the S-Bahn trunk line tunnel. Immediately to the south is the Munich Hauptbahnhof signal box, which monitors and controls all the track work at the Central Station and on the adjoining lines (excluding the S-Bahn).
Particularly during the periods of the Oktoberfest, this station is important because it only about 650 metres from its main venue at Theresienwiese. Munich Hackerbrücke is served by the S-Bahn lines 1 to 8. Only the S-Bahn lines S 20, S 27 and A do not operate here. In addition to the S-Bahn station, the tram stop of the same name is located on the adjacent street called Arnulfstraße and is served by tram lines Template:ÖPNV München and Template:ÖPNV München. The Munich central bus station opened north of the station on 11 September 2009.