Disruption Amsterdam-Schiphol-Rotterdam (HSL)

Broken down train
This disruption is resolved.

Current travel advice

Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal the train traffic is fully resumed.

Jun 12, 2017 5:17 PM

Earlier messages

Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal the restrictions are resolved.
Delays are diminishing.
Service is normal around 5:15 PM hours.

Jun 12, 2017 4:58 PM

Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer Intercity Direct trains are running due to a broken down train.
The extra travel time may be up to 30 minutes.
This will take until at least 5:15 PM hours.

Train measures

  • Intercity direct 900 Amsterdam C. - Schiphol Airport - Rotterdam C. - Breda runs only once per hour between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal
  • Intercity direct 900 Amsterdam C. - Schiphol Airport - Rotterdam C. - Breda runs only once per hour between Amsterdam Centraal and Breda
  • Intercity direct 1000 Amsterdam C. - Schiphol Airport - Rotterdam C. is cancelled between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal
Jun 12, 2017 3:56 PM

Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer Intercity Direct trains are running due to a broken down train.
The extra travel time may be up to 30 minutes.
This will take until approximately 4:45 PM hours.

Jun 12, 2017 3:46 PM

Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer Intercity Direct trains are running due to a broken down train.
The extra travel time may be up to 30 minutes.
This will take until at least 4:45 PM hours.

Jun 12, 2017 3:46 PM

Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal there is a service disruption due to a broken down train.
Updates will follow as more information becomes available.

Jun 12, 2017 3:34 PM

Affected lines

The following lines are affected by this disruption:

Operators

This disruption affects trains operated by NS, NS International and Thalys.

Information

This disruption started at 3:34 PM on June 12, 2017 and took 1 hour, 43 minutes in total.

For statistics, this disruption is caused due to a broken down train.