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Night train connects Tilburg to main cities

14 November 2007, 00:00

For students who want to go out in Amsterdam, it will soon be easier to get back to Tilburg the same night. The province of North Brabant will be connected to the night trains of the Dutch Railways Network in December.

For students who want to go out in Amsterdam, it will soon be easier to get back to Tilburg the same night. The province of North Brabant will be connected to the night trains of the Dutch Railways Network in December.

Every hour on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights between 00.30 and 5.30 a.m., trains will go back and forth between Eindhoven and Utrecht (with stops in Tilburg, Breda, and Dordrecht) and between Eindhoven and Utrecht, with a stop in Den Bosch. In addition, a shuttle between Den Bosch and Tilburg will be put into service.

The Brabant night trains will be connected by other night lines in the Randstad (short for the four largest Dutch cities Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht), making it easy, for instance, to change to Amsterdam from Utrecht at night. The first night lines from Tilburg will start running from Thursday night 13 December.

The province of North Brabant will pay an annual contribution of €1.1 million for the night line network. The municipalities of Tilburg, Den Bosch, Breda, and Eindhoven will each contribute another €100,000 per year.

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