Routes and train stations served by DSB
In the middle of the 19th century, the first train route in Denmark was inaugurated between the stations Copenhagen and Roskilde. Further sections opened gradually. DSB was founded in 1885 and bought up these routes by and by. The railway company serves more than 200 train stations in Denmark, Sweden, and Germany, although the amount steadily decreased in recent years.
Importance of railway transportation in Denmark
Compared to the turnover of other transportation means, railway transportation in Denmark is not among the highest. In 2017, railways ranked seventh among different modes of transport, generating roughly one billion euros. In comparison, the revenue of sea transportation amounted to more than 28 billion euros.