Disruption Eindhoven-Venlo; Venlo-Roermond; Venlo-Mönchengladbach-Düsseldorf; Nijmegen-Venlo

Signal and level crossing failure
This disruption is resolved.

Current travel advice

From and to Venlo the train traffic is fully resumed.

Feb 17, 2017 11:29 PM

Earlier messages

From and to Venlo the restrictions are resolved.
Delays are diminishing.
Service is normal around 11:30 PM hours.

Feb 17, 2017 11:25 PM

From and to Venlo there are no trains running due to a signal and level crossing failure.
The extra travel time is about 30 minutes.
This will take until approximately 1:00 AM on Saturday, February 18, 2017.

Advice

Local buses are running between Tegelen, Venlo and Blerick.

Train measures

  • Intercity 13500 Eindhoven - Venlo is cancelled between Venlo and Blerick
  • Stoptrein 32200 Nijmegen - Roermond is cancelled between Blerick and Tegelen
Feb 17, 2017 10:56 PM

From and to Venlo there are no trains running due to a signal and level crossing failure.
The extra travel time is more than 60 minutes.
Updates will follow as more information becomes available.

Train measures

  • Intercity 13500 Eindhoven - Venlo is cancelled between Venlo and Blerick
  • Stoptrein 30900 Arnhem C. - Winterswijk is cancelled between Venlo and Kaldenkirchen
  • Stoptrein 32200 Nijmegen - Roermond is cancelled between Blerick and Tegelen
Feb 17, 2017 9:37 PM

From and to Venlo there are no trains running due to a signal and level crossing failure.
The extra travel time is more than 60 minutes.
Updates will follow as more information becomes available.

Feb 17, 2017 9:28 PM

From and to Venlo there is a service disruption due to a signal and level crossing failure.
Updates will follow as more information becomes available.

Feb 17, 2017 9:20 PM

Affected lines

The following lines are affected by this disruption:

Operators

This disruption affects trains operated by NS, Arriva and Eurobahn.

Information

This disruption started at 9:20 PM on February 17, 2017 and took 2 hours, 9 minutes in total.

For statistics, this disruption is caused due to a signal and level crossing failure.