Opened on 12 December 2004, the network forms part of the Central Switzerland S-Bahn project (German: S-Bahn Zentralschweiz), which also includes the Zug Stadtbahn (German: Stadtbahn Zug).
- Between Lucerne and Stans operates at half-hourly intervals, with more frequent services from Hergiswil during rush hour; some trains continue to Wolfenschiessen. Most trains are operated by a ZB ABe 130 (Stadler "Spatz") unit, but one HGe 4/4 II-hauled train per hour continues as the InterRegio to Engelberg.
- This line offers an almost completely half-hourly service, operated by ZB ABe 130 "Spatz" units.
- Portion workings, operated by BLS GTW 2/8 units. Additional trains have operated between Lucerne and Schachen since December 2010 as S61.
- :Wolhusen – Willisau (– Huttwil – Langenthal)
- During rush hour, the S7 runs all the way to Langenthal. It is operated by the same rolling stock as the S6.
- This line is operated by RABe 520 (Stadler GTW) units. It runs Monday to Saturday to 20:00 at half-hourly intervals, and otherwise hourly.
- : Arth-Goldau – Rothenthurm – Biberbrugg
- Stans : Luzern –
- :Luzern – Wolhusen – Willisau
- Introduced on 15 December 2019, replacing the S61. Runs only during rush hour.
- : Luzern – Hochdorf
- : Sursee – Olten
- Bern : Wolhusen – Langnau –
- "Stadtbahn Zug". Swiss Federal Railways (in German). June 6, 2019. Retrieved August 31, 2019.
- Jahresfahrplan 2011 der KBS 480
- Rüegger, Roger (23 May 2019). "Das ÖV-Angebot auf der Luzerner Landschaft wird ausgebaut". Luzerner Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 1 January 2020.
Media related to Lucerne S-Bahn at Wikimedia Commons
- BLS – official site (in English)