Where can I travel?
We offer the following connections:
- Maribor–Wels (booking via Adriakombi)
- Salzburg–Fernetti (booing locally)
- Fernetti–Salzburg (booking locally)
How does a ROLA journey work?
ROLA places are sought-after, so dispatchers should reserve a place for their driver and lorry in good time (maximum 4 days in advance, at the latest 2 hours before the deadline).
The lorry driver reports to the terminal. Once the lorry has been weighed, the ticket is issued. The driver manoeuvres the lorry onto the Rolling Road via a ramp and secures the vehicle to the wagon. The driver enjoys a break from driving and relaxes in the accompanying vehicle with its on-board service (available on all routes).
On arrival at the destination station, the lorry leaves the ROLA via the ramp. The rested driver can then continue the journey.
How much does a ROLA journey cost?
The ROLA fares for each route are provided in Timetables and prices.
How can I pay?1. Fuel cards
We are happy to accept selected fuel cards at our terminals and agencies. Invoices are sent out and the ROLA tickets are issued to lorry drivers on site.
We accept the following fuel cards at our terminals:
- Brennersee: DKV, Logpay, Routex, Shell, UTA
- Sebert/Suben: BP, DKV, Logpay, Shell, UTA
- Sebert/Walserberg: BP, DKV, Logpay, Shell, UTA
- Trento: DKV, Logpay, Routex, Shell, UTA
- Wels: No fuel cards, only cash possible
- Wörgl: DKV, Logpay, Routex, Shell, UTA
Certainly, lorry drivers can also pay for ROLA tickets on site at our terminals and agencies using cash (euros).
How do I book?
What are the conditions for travelling on the ROLA?
You can find all our conditions of carriage in our Downloads.¶
Are there specific guidelines or restrictions for car transporters with particular dimensions?
On the ROLA Brenner–Wörgl and Wörgl–Brenner services there are specific conditions (PDF) for car transporters that exceed 19 metres in length and 4 metres in height.
How should I behave at the terminal?
Terminals are not public transport areas; they are used for the transshipment of loading units for combined transport and therefore require specific behaviour to guarantee the safety of lorry drivers. General rules of conduct are available in several languages.
Can I transport dangerous goods?¶
In general, all dangerous goods that can be carried by road transport can be transported on the ROLA, albeit with a few exceptions. Consignments of dangerous goods must be indicated at the agency before departure, at the latest. You can find information on the transport of dangerous goods in the Dangerous goods sheet (PDF) or you can ask at our booking office.