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Signal failure: Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Brussel (HSL) (26 June 2019)

  1. Disruption resolved Last update

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

  2. Update

    Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer international trains are running due to a signal failure.
    The extra travel time may be up to 45 minutes.
    This will take until approximately 11:30 AM hours.

  3. Update

    Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer international trains are running due to a signal failure.
    The extra travel time may be up to 45 minutes.
    This will take until at least 11:30 AM hours.

  4. Update

    Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer international trains are running due to a signal failure.
    The extra travel time may be up to 45 minutes.
    This will take until at least 10:30 AM hours.

  5. Update

    Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer international trains are running due to a signal failure.
    The extra travel time may be up to 45 minutes.
    This will take until approximately 10:30 AM hours.

  6. Disruption

    Between Amsterdam Centraal and Rotterdam Centraal fewer international trains are running due to a signal failure.
    The extra travel time may be up to 45 minutes.
    It is not known yet how long this will take.

More about this disruption

Statistics

This disruption started at 7:47 AM on June 26, 2019 and took 2 hours, 40 minutes in total.

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

Affected lines

The following lines are affected by this disruption:

Operators

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

Got delayed due to this disruption? You may be reimbursed.

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