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Inningen is a neighborhood in the southern outskirts of Augsburg with 4,735 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2006 ) and an area of ​​13.42 km ².


Inningen is probably founded around 506 AD by the Alemanni in 1071 first mentioned. However, already settled in the early period in the area of ​​today's Inningen people and there had been a Roman road from Augsburg to Kempten by the present location from which even an old Roman milestone has received. In 1713 the townscape formative parish church of St. Peter and Paul is built. Was Inningen until after the Second World War nor a dominantly agricultural village has since developed a transformation to a preferred residential district of Augsburg. During the municipal reform Inningen lost 1 July 1972, its independence and was annexed to the city of Augsburg, after it had previously incorporated a Tag, the neighboring mountain home. This place had been connected by the local governments to Inningen in summary proceedings to also be the Augsburg district and get a bus ( and other amenities ).

Transport links

On the highway-like B17 is removed in about two kilometers away from the place the driveway A.-Haunstetten/A.-Inningen.

Station Inningen

Inningen has a 1847 opened at the Ludwig South-North Railway Station (48 ° 18 ' 41 "N, 10 ° 52 ' 8" O48.31138888888910.868888888889 ) on the railway Augsburg- Buchloe. In the 1960s, the now mainly used by commuters in transit station was converted to a stop with alternate connection point where the load track was used until the 1990s for loading agricultural products such as sugar beets and for fuels. Today, the station consists of an unoccupied station building and two outside platforms that are accessible via a pedestrian underpass.


The station is regularly approached by the regional train lines R7 and R8. As part of planning for a commuter train Augsburg a connection at 15- minute intervals is planned. In addition Inningen is served by the regional bus lines 700, 721 and 797 ( night bus ) and the city bus line 38 to the city center. An urban night bus no longer runs since the timetable change in 2012.


Inningen has multiple practices of general practitioners, a dentist and a physical therapy practice. It has two kindergartens as well as several grocery stores, a primary school (elementary school) and a locksmith.