No trains through Ede-Wageningen station from 20 to 23 February

Published on
February 9, 2024

The new train station at Ede-Wageningen is to open on Friday, 23 February. This is a proper milestone for everyone travelling to and from this station. Much will change on and around the new station, for example, the routes to the station and the location of bicycle parking facilities. To finalise construction, all train travel to, from and through the station will be cancelled for three days prior to the opening.

Alternative busses

There will be no trains to, from, and through Ede-Wageningen station between Tuesday morning at 01.00 a.m. and Friday morning at 05.00 a.m. The NS and Conexxion will offer busses as an alternative for travellers along the routes from Driebergen-Zeist and Arnhem stations and from Ede-Wageningen to Barneveld. The buses will stop at the stations along the way. You will have to check in and out on the bus, as the platforms will be closed.  

The busses depart from Ede-Wageningen station’s north side, next to the regular bus station. Please note: this is the last occasion on which busses depart from this side. Once the new station opens, the new bus station is located on the south side of the train station.  

Travellers can continue their journey by train from Driebergen-Zeist, Arnhem and Barneveld. The travel planner provides more information on the bus alternatives, such as arrival and departure times. 

New bicycle parking 

The new station at Ede-Wageningen will open on Friday, 23 February, at which time the new, monitored bicycle parking facility will also be opened. For the first 24 hours, parking is free. You can check in to the bike parking using your OV-chip card or buy a tag on-site. An additional, unmonitored bicycle parking facility will be constructed on the north side of the station, behind the Friso barracks.  

Important: existing bicycle parking facilities will be closed 

The opening of the new bike parking facilities means that the old facility will be closed. Part of the facility will already be closed in anticipation of the opening on 23 February to allow for construction work and the realisation of a temporary bike facility behind the Friso barracks.  

Ede municipality will close all existing bicycle parking facilities as of 23 February, from which time cyclists will be welcome to use the new, secure facility. All bikes must be removed from the current parking facilities no later than Tuesday, 27 February. After this, the municipality will remove all remaining bikes.  

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