The west of the Netherlands is one of the most densely populated areas in Europe, and many people commute between cities by train. The railway system is so dense that it resembles a large-scale metro network.
Almost all big railway stations in the Netherlands have been extended, transformed or replaced by iconic new buildings in recent years. Train stations have become multimodal infrastructure hubs, where train, car, local transport, taxi, bikes and pedestrians come together. There’s a fluid transition from traveling to shopping, parking and working; from countryside to city. Often the integration of the station into a changed urban context ist the biggest challenge.
We’ll take you on site visits to the most impressive station projects of recent years. Experience station design, but also solutions for alternative mobility and multimodality.