The buses are mostly a lot cheaper than the trains, unless using discounts such as the Bayern-Ticket. The tourist office is located in the center of the city, just next to the City Hall (Rathaus).You can find almost everything regarding Erlangen in this  portal.Even if you cannot have your own bicycle in Erlangen, you can rent one at various local bicycle shops or at the main train station.
One third of the residents are involved with the university (students, reseachers etc.), and another third work for Siemens.Medicine is one of the specialities of the University, so you are in luck if you fall ill with over six clinics located within the city. Bamberg is about 30 minutes away in the other direction.The local buses  have a frequent and punctual schedule connecting all areas in and around Erlangen.Liniennetz Erlangen S-Bahn between Bamberg, Forchheim, Fürth and Nuremberg.Info: S-Bahn There are a lot of taxi companies available throughout the city that are available 24/7.
Bicycle is most probably the first choice of people, due to the very well organised bicycle roads and the small distances that have to be covered, to get around the city.
Erlangen  is a city in Bavaria, Germany, near Nuremberg (Nürnberg).
Home to the Friedrich-Alexander University and the Siemens company.
Most travel around the city is done using bikes or busses. Most ICE trains between Munich and Berlin stop in Erlangen.
Bus connections to Erlangen are available from cities such as Cologne, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart.
If you need to cross a cycle lane with your car, be prepared to reverse if a bicycle approaches. If you choose to drive in Erlangen, avoid downtown.