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Eindhoven railway station

Eindhoven
Station statistics
Address Netherlands
Coordinates
Line(s) Breda–Eindhoven railway
Venlo–Eindhoven railway
Eindhoven–Weert railway
Other information
Opened 1864
Location
Eindhoven railway station is located in Dutch railway station
Eindhoven railway station

Eindhoven is a railway station located in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

History

The station was opened on 1 July 1866 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway, the Venlo–Eindhoven railway and the Eindhoven–Weert railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.

The station is 900m east of the Philips Stadion, which is served by Eindhoven Stadion railway station in the event of football matches or other special events at the stadium.

Train services

Eindhoven is a major interchange station for train services in the southern Netherlands. Several Intercity trains and local trains call at the station:

  • 2x per hour intercity services (Schagen -) Alkmaar - Amsterdam - Utrecht - Eindhoven - Sittard - Maastricht
  • 2x per hour intercity services The Hague - Breda - Eindhoven - Venlo
  • 2x per hour intercity services Schiphol - Utrecht - Eindhoven - Sittard - Heerlen
  • 1x per hour night train (nachtnet) service Rotterdam - Breda - Eindhoven (weekends only)
  • 1x per hour night train (nachtnet) service Utrecht - 's-Hertogenbosch - Eindhoven (weekends only)
  • 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) Tilburg Universiteit - Eindhoven
  • 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) 's-Hertogenbosch - Eindhoven - Deurne
  • 2x per hour local services (sprinter) Eindhoven - Weert
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
toward Schagen
NS Intercity 800
toward Maastricht
NS Intercity 1900
toward Venlo
toward Schiphol
NS Intercity 3500
toward Heerlen
NS Nachtnet 21400 Terminus
NS Nachtnet 21400
Terminus
NS Sprinter 5200 Terminus
Terminus NS Sprinter 6400
toward Weert
NS Sprinter 9600
toward Deurne

Bus services

Eindhoven railway station is served by the following city bus lines (there are also 30 regional bus lines):

Stadsbussen

Line Route Notes
1 Achtse Barrier - Eindhoven NS
2 Blixembosch-Oost - Woensel - Eindhoven NS
3 Blixembosch-West - Woensel - Maxima Medisch Centrum - Eindhoven NS
4 Heesterakker - Maxima Medisch Centrum - Eindhoven NS
5 't Hofke - Rembrandtplein - Eindhoven NS
6 Helmond - Stiphout - Nuenen-Oost - Eindhoven NS Not between Helmond and Nuenen during evenings and weekends
7 Eindhoven NS - Aalst
8 Kapelbeemd - Acht - Eindhoven NS Evenings and weekends only between Acht and Eindhoven
9 Son en Breugel - Eindhoven NS
10 Geldrop, Coevering - Tuindorp - Eindhoven NS
11 Ekkersrijt - Eindhoven NS Monday-Friday daytime
12 Gijzenrooi - Tivoli - Tuindorp - Eindhoven NS
13 Eindhoven NS - Lievendaal
14 Eindhoven NS - Genderbeemd Monday-Friday daytime
15 Eindhoven NS - Genderbeemd - Cranendonck - Veldhoven, Centrum, Maxima Medisch Centrum - ASML - Koningshof
16 Eindhoven NS - Ergon/De Hurk - Zeelst - Veldhoven, De Kelen
17 Eindhoven NS - Stratum - Genneper Parken
18 Eindhoven NS - Veldhoven, De Kelen - De Berkt
19 Eindhoven NS - Veldhoven, Maxima Medisch Centrum
55 't Hofke - Kievitlaan - Eindhoven NS
400 Eindhoven NS - Eindhoven Airport (Direct)
401 Eindhoven NS - Meerhoven - Eindhoven Airport (Phileas)
402 Eindhoven NS - Veldhoven, Centrum - Zonderwijk (Phileas)
407 Eindhoven NS - High Tech Campus/Heide - Aalst - Waalre Monday - Friday daytime
408 Eindhoven NS - High Tech Campus/The Strip - Aalst - Waalre Evenings and weekends

Gallery

External links

  • NS website
  • Dutch Public Transport journey planner
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