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Guided tour of works at Amsterdam Zuid station

You are no doubt aware that Amsterdam Zuid station is been completely updated in the years ahead. The additional passenger tunnel is set to see the light of day by 2027 at the latest. At the end of Benjamin Brittenstraat, we are hard at work building the new Brittenpassage, the contours of which are already clearly visible. The existing passageway is also being rebuilt: in the future, it will be much taller and wider than is currently the case. And there’s more: we are also building an additional metro viaduct across Parnassusweg. There will be a tram stop on one side of the station and a bus station on the other. These will be on top of the tunnel into which the A10 will be diverted. Interested in finding out about all the things we are building? On the guided tour on 16 April, you will gain a glimpse into the future as we brief you on the works we are doing in the period ahead.


On 16 April 2024, you will be very welcome to join us on our guided tour of the works in and around Amsterdam Zuid station. Of course, our experts will be on hand to explain all the details and there will be an opportunity to ask questions.

- Where to meet: Zuidas/Zuidasdok Information Centre, WTC Tower 5, Central Foyer
- Date: Tuesday, 16 April
- Time: 16.00
- Locations we will visit: Beethovenstraat, Gustav Mahlerplein, Arnold Schönberglaan, Parnassusweg and Minervapassage
- Please note: you will be given an orange vest. Do you have mobility issues? If so, please let us know in advance
- Duration: approximately 90 minutes
- Registration is compulsory

Summer 2024: work, work and more work

In the summer of 2024, we are continuing the regeneration of Amsterdam Zuid station at pace. This includes the construction of a new metro viaduct over Parnassusweg (for which preparations are well under way) and moving part of the roof for both the Brittenpassage and the existing passageway (Minervapassage) into position. We are demolishing the northern metro track and platform and rebuilding them around 2 m higher. This will be done across the whole length of the station between Parnassusweg and Beethovenstraat. This is necessary because the roof of the existing Minervapassage will be taller in the future. We will give full details of exactly how we plan to do all of this during the guided tour.

Monthly guided tours

Our guided tours generally fill up quickly. In order to avoid disappointment, we plan to run the guided tour of the works in and around Amsterdam Zuid station on a monthly basis. Keep a close eye on the website for the dates. Of course, you are always welcome to visit our updated Information Centre for a detailed explanation and answers to your questions. You will find us in tower 5 of the WTC, in the Central Foyer.

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