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Placement of sheet piles during two weekends in January

The sheet piles will need to be installed using a vibratory hammer because they are very long and the subsoil is tightly compacted. The sheet piles are required to make construction pits. They will hold the surrounding soil and water in place around the pits, so that work can be carried out inside them. Vibrations during the installation may result in some disruption due to noise. During both weekends, the Nieuw-Zuid construction consortium will work on Saturdays between 7:00 and 21:00 and on Sunday between 9:00 and 19:00. The work will only continue after 21:00 on Saturday evening in the event of unforeseen situations, such as very bad weather or defective machinery. However, we expect to carry out low-noise work after 21:00 on Saturday evening and after 19:00 on Sunday evening.

Information about installing sheet piles with a vibratory hammer

Services on 14-15 January

During this work, metro and train services will operate on a modified timetable. In the weekend of 14 and 15 January, the stairway leading to metro platform 3 will be closed. All services on Lines 50 and 51 towards Amsterdam Centraal and Isolatorweg will arrive at and depart from metro platform 2. The crossing platform to the other metro platforms will also be closed. There will be stewards showing travellers where they need to go.

Services on 28-29 January

In the weekend of 28 and 29 January, all services on lines 50 and 51 towards Isolatorweg and Amsterdam Centraal will arrive at and depart from metro platform 1. Please check OV9292 for the correct information.


This work is part of the Zuidasdok project, in which the A10 motorway will be widened and tunnelled, and Amsterdam Zuid station will be expanded and upgraded. No work will be carried out on the construction sites of Nieuw-Zuid Construction Consortium prior to 9 January.

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