Disruption Roosendaal-Vlissingen

Ice formation on the overhead wires
This disruption is resolved.

Current travel advice

Between Roosendaal and Vlissingen the train traffic is fully resumed.

Jan 7, 2017 11:14 AM

Earlier messages

Between Roosendaal and Vlissingen the restrictions are resolved.
Delays are diminishing.
Service is normal around 11:15 AM hours.

Jan 7, 2017 11:11 AM

Between Roosendaal and Vlissingen there are no trains running due to ice formation on the overhead wires.
The extra travel time may be up to 60 minutes.
It is not known yet how long this will take.

Advice

Local buses are running between Roosendaal, Bergen op Zoom, Rilland-Bath, Krabbendijke, Kruiningen-Yerseke, Kapelle-Biezelinge, Goes, Arnemuiden, Middelburg, Vlissingen Souburg and Vlissingen.

Train measures

  • Intercity 2200 Amsterdam CS - Haarlem - Rotterdam C. - Vlissingen is cancelled between Roosendaal and Vlissingen
Jan 7, 2017 9:10 AM

Between Roosendaal and Vlissingen there are no trains running due to ice formation on the overhead wires.
The extra travel time may be up to 60 minutes.
It is not known yet how long this will take.

Train measures

  • Intercity 2200 Amsterdam CS - Haarlem - Rotterdam C. - Vlissingen is cancelled between Roosendaal and Vlissingen
Jan 7, 2017 7:48 AM

Between Roosendaal and Vlissingen there are no trains running due to ice formation on the overhead wires.
The extra travel time may be up to 60 minutes.
It is not known yet how long this will take.

Jan 7, 2017 7:28 AM

Between Roosendaal and Goes there are fewer trains running due to ice formation on the overhead wires.
The extra travel time may be up to 30 minutes.
It is not known yet how long this will take.

Jan 7, 2017 7:23 AM

Between Krabbendijke and Rilland-Bath there is a service disruption due to ice formation on the overhead wires.
Updates will follow as more information becomes available.

Jan 7, 2017 6:55 AM

Affected lines

The following lines are affected by this disruption:

Operators

This disruption affects trains operated by NS.

Information

This disruption started at 6:54 AM on January 7, 2017 and took 4 hours, 20 minutes in total.

For statistics, this disruption is caused due to ice formation on the overhead wires.