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Here you can find the most important changes to domestic routes and easily download the Railway Map.


Ten-minute train testing: Rotterdam, Schiphol, Nijmegen, Dordrecht

Starting on Wednesday 8 September, NS and ProRail will be testing new ten-minute trains. These will run for 14 Wednesdays. You won't have to wait as long for a train, and you'll have a better chance of finding a seat.

  • Rotterdam-Schiphol and Schiphol-Nijmegen: an Intercity train every ten minutes during the day
  • Rotterdam-Dordrecht: a Sprinter every ten minutes during the day

The intention is for the ten-minute trains to appear in the new timetable starting from December 2021. Due to the test, the IC Brussels will run to Amsterdam CS instead of Den Haag HS for the whole day.

Baarn

There are changes at this station:

  • The change in Baarn from the sprinter from Soest and Den Dolder has been improved by reduction to a few minutes instead of half an hour.
  • Due to the single track, this improvement can only be offered in one direction: in the morning rush hour this is in the direction of Amsterdam, and in the evening rush hour this is in the direction of Soest and Den Dolder.
  • The travel time between Baarn and Utrecht will become three minutes longer.

Nijmegen

There are changes at this station:

  • Extra sprinters will run between Nijmegen and Den Bosch on Sundays: there will be two sprinters per hour instead of one per hour.
  • Fewer sprinters will run between Nijmegen and Arnhem on Sundays: there will be two sprinters per hour instead of three per hour.

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