Zwolle railway station

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Zwolle
4011 en 4012 in Zwolle.JPG
Zwolle railway station
Location Zwolle, Netherlands
Coordinates 52°30′19″N 6°5′26″E / 52.50528°N 6.09056°E / 52.50528; 6.09056Coordinates: 52°30′19″N 6°5′26″E / 52.50528°N 6.09056°E / 52.50528; 6.09056
Owned by Nederlandse Spoorwegen
Line(s) Utrecht–Kampen railway
Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway
Zwolle–Almelo railway
Zwolle–Emmen railway
Lelystad–Zwolle railway
Platforms 9
Tracks 13
Connections Bus transport OV Regio IJsselmond: 70, 71, 74, 171, 641
Bus transport Syntus: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 29, 40, 83, 100, 161, 166, 167, 200, 201, 202, 203, 609, 667, 668
Other information
Station code Zl
History
Opened 6 June 1864
Services
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
NS Intercity 500 Terminus
NS Intercity 600
toward Leeuwarden
NS Intercity 700
toward Groningen
NS Intercity 1800
toward Leeuwarden
toward Roosendaal
NS Intercity 3600 Terminus
NS Sprinter 4600 Terminus
NS Sprinter 5600
Terminus NS Sprinter 7900
toward Enschede
NS Sprinter 8100
toward Groningen
Terminus
NS Sprinter 8500 Terminus
Arriva
Terminus Sneltrein 3800
toward Emmen
Sneltrein 13800
toward Coevorden
Stoptrein 8000
toward Emmen
Location
Zwolle railway station is located in the Netherlands
Zwolle railway station

Zwolle is a railway station in Zwolle, Netherlands. The station opened on 6 June 1864 and is on the Utrecht–Kampen railway, also known as the Centraalspoorweg, the Zwolle–Almelo railway, the Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway, the Zwolle–Emmen railway and the Lelystad–Zwolle railway, also known as the Hanzelijn.

The station is a major hub for the Northern Netherlands. It is the only way trains can get from the north of the country, to any other region of the Netherlands.

ZwolleSpoort[edit]

On August 31, 2010, the principal stakeholders in the railway station (Prorail, the Dutch Railways and the municipality of Zwolle) started the ZwolleSpoort project. This project will result in a major renovation of the existing station, an increase in capacity and an overhaul of the entire public transportation organization in the city.[1] The main reason for the project is the Hanzelijn project, which is expected to increase the passenger traffic by 33% in the period up to 2020. In order to deal with the extra traffic, the passenger tunnel (which was 5 meters wide) in the station was replaced by a new tunnel 17 meters wide and 120 meters long. The new tunnel, which opened on 26 June 2015, will lead onto a new public transportation terminal at the southern end of the station, which will be the main crossroads of the city buses, regional buses and the future tramline to the town of Kampen.[1] The tunnel will also feature shopping facilities.

The project also entails increasing the capacity and efficiency of the railway emplacement. The new Hanzelijn will be accommodated by a new, fourth railway platform and the 34 points near the station will be replaced by 15 longer ones which will allow a more efficient railway pattern and allow trains to pass at higher speeds.[1]

Train services[edit]

As of 11 December 2016, the following train services call at this station:

  • Express services:
    • Intercity: The Hague - Schiphol - Amsterdam Zuid - Almere - Lelystad - Zwolle - Groningen
    • Intercity: The Hague - Schiphol - Amsterdam Zuid - Almere - Lelystad - Zwolle - Leeuwarden
    • Intercity: Rotterdam - Utrecht - Amersfoort - Zwolle - Groningen
    • Intercity: Rotterdam - Utrecht - Amersfoort - Zwolle - Leeuwarden
    • Intercity: Zwolle - Deventer - Arnhem - Nijmegen - 's-Hertogenbosch - Roosendaal
    • Sneltrein: Zwolle - Hardenberg - Emmen
    • Sneltrein: Zwolle - Hardenberg - Coevorden (peak hours)
  • Local services:
    • Stoptrein: Zwolle - Hardenberg - Emmen
    • Sprinter: Utrecht - Amersfoort - Zwolle
    • Sprinter: The Hague - Leiden - Amsterdam - Almere - Lelystad - Zwolle
    • Sprinter: Zwolle - Almelo - Hengelo - Enschede
    • Sprinter: Zwolle - Kampen
    • Sprinter: Zwolle - Assen - Groningen

Bus services[edit]

Many bus services also depart from the bus stations outside the station. These include services all over the city and regional services to Harderwijk, Apeldoorn, Urk, Steenwijk, Meppel, Coevorden, Ommen, Raalte and Deventer. NS (e.g. Steenwijk NS) means this service calls at the railway station (e.g. in Steenwijk).

  • 1 - Stadshagen - Frankhuis - Deltion Campus - Zwolle - Oosterenk (Town Service)
  • 2 - Ittersumbroek - Oldenerlanden - Zwolle - Diezerpoort - Holterbroek (Town Service)
  • 3 - Zwolle - Assendorp - Diezerpoort - Berkum (Town Service)
  • 4 - Ittersumbroek - Oldenerbroek - Schellerhoek - Zwolle - Arcadia - Berkum-Brinkhoek - AA-landen (Town Service)
  • 5 - Zwolle - Westenholte (Town Service)
  • 7 - Zwolle - Assendorp - Oosterenk (Town Service)
  • 8 - Zwolle - Campus (Schellerlanden) (Town Service)
  • 9 - Zwolle - Deltion Campus (Town Service)
  • 11 - Zwolle - Stadion - Rechterland (Town Service)
  • 29 - Zwolle - Ruitenveen - Nieuwenleusen - Balkbrug - Dedemsvaart - Lutten - Slagharen - De Krim - Coevorden NS
  • 40 - Zwolle - Lichtmis - Rouveen - Staphorst - Meppel NS - Nijeveen - Steenwijk NS
  • 70 - Zwolle - Genne - Hasselt - Zwartsluis - Giethoorn - Steenwijk NS
  • 71 - Zwolle - Hasselt - Zwartsluis - Zieltje - St Jansklooster - Vollenhove - Marknesse - Kraggenburg - Emmeloord
  • 74 - Zwolle - Hasselt - Genemuiden - IJsselmuiden - Kampen NS
  • 100 - Zwolle - Oldebroek - Wezep - Elburg - Nunspeet
  • 141 - Zwolle - 's-Heerenbroek - Wilsum - Kampen NS - Kampereiland - Ens - Emmelooord - Tollebeek - Urk
  • 161 - Zwolle - Windesheim - Wijhe - Den Nul - Olst - Boskamp - Diepenveen - Deventer NS
  • 166 - Zwolle - Wijthmen - Lenthe - Heino - Raalte - Heino NS
  • 167 - Zwolle - Wijthmen - Hoonhorst - Dalfsen NS - Oudleusen - Ommen NS
  • 171 - Zwolle - Hasselt - Zwartsluis - Zieltje - St Jansklooster - Vollenhove - Marknesse - Emmeloord
  • 200s - Zwolle - Oldebroek - Elburg - 't Harde (Peak hours only)
  • 201 - Zwolle - Apeldoorn NS (Express via A50 motorway)
  • 203 - Zwolle - Hattem - Wapenveld - Heerde - Epe - Apeldoorn NS

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Mischa, Brendel (18 September 2010). "Vernieuwing station Zwolle van start" [Renovation of Zwolle Station started]. Technisch Weekblad (in Dutch). Netherlands: BETA publishers. p. 5. ISSN 0923-1919. Retrieved 20 September 2010. 

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