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Video: installing additional metro switches for station renovation

In the weekend of 13 and 14 November 2021, we installed two additional switches in the metro tracks. These will enable metro trains to switch from one track to another. We need to do this to make it possible to have a larger work site, on which to build new roof sections for two passageways.
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Cancelled: meetings on De Nieuwe Meer and Amstel interchanges

The Zuidasdok meetings scheduled for 24 and 25 November about the De Nieuwe Meer and Amstel interchanges will not go ahead. Because of the stricter coronavirus restrictions, we will be unable to organise these physical meetings in a responsible way.
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Zuidasdok meetings on De Nieuwe Meer and Amstel interchanges

The Zuidasdok programme includes some major work on the De Nieuwe Meer and Amstel interchanges. We are organising meetings to inform you about this on Wednesday 24 and Thursday, 25 November 2021. They will also include information about other Zuidasdok projects.
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‘It’s incredible what's still in store for this area’

Amazement, surprise and excitement. Many of the people who took part in Open Day in Zuidas, on Saturday, 30 October 2021, could hardly believe their eyes. Despite the turbulent weather, around a thousand people attended at least one of the many activities. And they had a great time.
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Overnight works on the metro tracks

Until the end of 2021, we are working on the metro tracks from Amsterdam Zuid station to just past RAI. We are adding five switches. This will cause some disruption. The work is required in order to create a larger work site between the metro tracks at Amsterdam Zuid station.
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High levels of fire safety in new Amsterdam Zuid station

The new Amsterdam Zuid station not only needs to be attractive, it also has to be a safe environment for passengers and passers-by. That means it must meet fire safety standards. ‘The aim is to rule out as many fire risks as possible and always enable an effective evacuation route.’
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Open day in Zuidas on 30 October

Building a new station for 250 passengers per day on a site the size of a postage stamp. Building housing for everyone. Making a neighbourhood greener. How do you do all of that? To find the answers to these and other questions, come along to the Open Day in Zuidas on 30 October 2021.
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Amsterdam Zuid station: attractive and easy to maintain

The new Amsterdam Zuid station will have platform roofs that are 6 metres tall. So how do you expect to maintain them? This is not the only maintenance challenge that required a solution in the design of the new station. ‘It involves a lot of thinking and solving of puzzles.’
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The next steps at Amsterdam Zuid station

Three roof sections are now in place under the tracks for the new pedestrian passageway at Amsterdam Zuid station. The construction sites look neat and tidy, but appearances can be deceptive. By popular request, here is a preview of the next phases of the work.
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Creating space for new metro platforms

Amsterdam Zuid station is set to have new metro platforms, between the existing passageway and the new passageway currently under construction. We will need to make space for them. So, how will this be done and how will it affect passengers and local residents?
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Nieuw-Zuid consortium to build public transport hub at Amsterdam Zuid

The construction consortium Nieuw-Zuid (Mobilis, Boskalis and Van Gelder) has been awarded the contract for modernization and expansion work at Amsterdam Zuid station. The first phase of the contract was signed on 26 August.
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Work at Amsterdam Zuid station went smoothly last weekend

Last weekend (21-22 August 2021), we took a major step in the construction of the second pedestrian passageway underneath Amsterdam Zuid station. The work involved installing two enormous concrete roof sections into place for the new passageway. Everything went like clockwork.
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