You can find the rates for NS business products for 2017 here. These rates are also available in the NS Travel Planner.
Price increases for 2017
Starting on 1 January 2017, NS will adjust the rates for one-way tickets, return tickets, day tickets and season tickets. The rates will be increased to compensate for the projected rate of inflation. In 2017, NS will pay less compensation to ProRail for the use of the railway network. This decrease will also be calculated into the price increase, so the increase will be lower than the rate of inflation.
How will the prices of business products change in 2017?
A price increase of 0.39% will go into effect for the following products on NS routes as of 1 January 2017:
- Single journeys with the NS-Business Card
The prices for the following season tickets will increase by an average of 0.49% starting on 1 January 2017:
- NS-Business Card with a Traject Vrij season ticket
- NS-Business Card with a Trein Vrij season ticket
- NS-Business Card with an OV Vrij season ticket
The prices will be rounded off to the nearest € 0.10, so certain tickets may differ slightly in price.
No price increase
One of our goals is to encourage travellers to chose to travel in the less crowded off-peak hours. As a result, the prices will not increase for the following season ticket:
- NS-Business Card with Dal season ticket.
The prices for the following product will also remain unchanged:
- Supplements for IC direct
New hourly rate for OV-fiets
Starting on 1 January 2017, an OV-fiets journey for 24 hours will cost € 3.85 (an increase from € 3.65). This daily rate will apply to both business and consumer users.
If you have any questions regarding price increases, please see our FAQs on the NS Service Forum.
Rates for other companies Arriva, Breng, Connexxion, Syntus and Veolia each have their own pricing polices. Please see these companies' websites for more information.