Maarssen railway station

Location Netherlands
Coordinates 52°08′09″N 5°01′59″E / 52.13583°N 5.03306°E / 52.13583; 5.03306Coordinates: 52°08′09″N 5°01′59″E / 52.13583°N 5.03306°E / 52.13583; 5.03306
Line(s) Amsterdam–Arnhem railway
Opened 18 December 1843
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
NS Sprinter 7400
2x/hour; Weekdays rush hours only
toward Rhenen
NS Sprinter 7400
2x/hour; Not on weekdays rush hours
NS Sprinter 17400
2x/hour; Weekdays rush hours only
Location within Randstad

Maarssen is a railway station in Maarssenbroek and on the opposite side of the Amsterdam Rijnkanaal to Maarssen, The Netherlands. The station opened on 18 December 1843 and is located on the Amsterdam–Arnhem railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.

In 1953 the station was served by 2 trains to and 2 trains from Amsterdam per day, the service improved in the 1970s following the building of Maarssenbroek, and in 1974 the station had an hourly service. In 1975 the station had a half-hourly service.

A (fourth) new station building was built in 2004. In a 2005 survey approximately 5,523 passengers use this station per day.

Train services

The following services currently call at Maarssen:

Bus services

The following bus services depart from the bus station outside the station:

All Bus Services, are operated by the U-OV - Utrecht Municipal.

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