Rijden de Treinen keeps track of all train disruptions in the Netherlands since 2011. Disruptions are archived by line and by cause. On this page, you can lookup statistics like the railway line with the most disruptions, the most common causes for a disruption, or the number of disruptions per month.
It may be interesting to know how these statistics are calculated, and how you can be sure that these statistics are statistically valid. See the explanation for more information about how Rijden de Treinen calculates disruption statistics, and what is the best way to interpret them.
See the list with all causes for disruption for statistics about a specific cause.
Between January 1, 2011 and November 22, 2017, Rijden de Treinen has reported 18,314 disruptions. This is an average of 7 disruptions per day.
The total duration for all disruptions in this period was 5 years, 8 months, 21 days, 14 hours, 18 minutes. This translates to an average of 19 hours, 56 minutes with train disruptions per day.
The average duration for a disruption in this period was 2 hours, 44 minutes.
Choose a period to see statistics for:
This graphs shows the number of disruptions within the period you have selected, and the total duration of all disruptions (measured in hours).
This list shows the railway lines with the highest number of disruptions.
One disruption often impacts multiple railway lines. In those cases, the same disruption is counted for each affected line.
In order to better understand the main causes for disruptions, Rijden de Treinen uses categories. You can see how disruptions are categorized.
This graph shows the number of disruptions per category.
This graph shows the various causes for a disruption and the number of disruptions with these causes. The causes for disruptions are provided by NS.
This graphs shows the number of disruptions per day of the week.