Verrijn Stuartweg

The renovation of the Verrijn Stuartweg station starts on Friday 14 September and will last until mid-November. During the renovation, the station is accessible via a temporary elevator and pedestrian bridge at the end of the platform. The metro will continue to run as usual. More information is provided below.

What work will the municipality carry out?

As the years have passed, the Oostlijn metro route has become cluttered and messy. To provide more light and space in the stations, parts will be demolished, corners and recesses will be eliminated, glass atria built, and the ticket machines will all be assembled together in a single wall. The existing lifts will be renovated. In addition, the stair railings and metro signs will be replaced, lighting will be renovated and lights above the stairs will be replaced by indirect light along the walls. More information about the renovation can be found at: Wijnemenjemee.nl/oostlijn (Dutch).

14 September through mid-November

During the renovation, the station will be accessible via a temporary elevator and pedestrian bridge at the end of the platform. This means you will have to walk a little further. The metro will continue to run as usual.

Download the map of the walking route

During the renovation, no ticket vending or add value machines will be available

Due to renovation work from 14 November to mid-November, no ticking vending or add value machines will be available at this station. Please allow for this before you start your trip and make sure you have a valid travel pass.

You will be able to check in and out using the check in and out poles available at Verrijn Stuartweg station. These are located at the end of the platform near the temporary pedestrian bridge.

An impression of how it will look

Image: Group A