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14 Aug 2018 | 08:11 AM UTC

Netherlands: Rail disruptions in September and November

Belgium News Alert

Disruptions to Eurostar and Dutch Rail services in September and November due to planned engineering works

TIMEFRAME expected from 8/14/2018, 12:00 AM until 11/18/2018, 11:59 PM (Europe/Amsterdam). COUNTRY/REGION Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Brussels, London

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Event

Eurostar trains to and from Amsterdam will face some disruptions in the coming months due to planned engineering works. On the weekends of September 1-2 and September 15-16, trains from London and Brussels will arrive in Amsterdam with a delay of 30 minutes and trains from Amsterdam to Brussels will depart 30 minutes earlier than normal. On Sunday, September 30, trains will not serve Amsterdam station, instead terminating at or departing from Rotterdam. No trains will run between Brussels, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam from midnight on Friday, November 9, until 09:00 on Monday, November 12 (local time). Finally, on the weekend of November 16-18, trains from London and Brussels will arrive in Amsterdam with a delay of 30 minutes and trains from Amsterdam to Brussels will leave 25 minutes earlier than normal.

Disruptions to domestic Dutch Rail (NS) services are also to be anticipated during these periods.

Advice

Travelers are advised to plan accordingly and contact their rail operators for more information. 

 

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