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Zuidasdok

Zuidasdok

Zuidasdok is one of the largest infrastructural projects of the Netherlands. The project provides for better accessibility of the Amsterdam Zuidas district and the northern part of the Randstad conurbation, both by road and by public transport. Zuidasdok is a joint venture of the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management, ProRail, and the municipality of Amsterdam.

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Zuidasdok report and shortfall estimate

Outgoing Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen and deputy mayors Victor Everhardt and Egbert de Vries have updated the House of Representatives and Amsterdam City Council on Zuidasdok and the estimated financial shortfall.
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The new Amsterdam Zuid station is being designed around pedestrians

The new Amsterdam Zuid station will provide access to trains, trams, buses, the metro and bicycle storage facilities. But none of these modes of transport will take centre stage, because the new-look transport hub is being designed around pedestrians.

Amsterdam Zuid Station

Amsterdam Zuid station is the fastest growing station of the Netherlands and is well on its way of becoming the second largest station of Amsterdam. To absorb the present and increasing number of passengers, we are expanding the station.

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Successful Easter weekend of work on Zuidasdok

A new piece of the foundations for the extra station passageway, a wider platform and a bend in railway track 4. That’s what we have to show for 100 hours of work over Easter weekend. On the morning of Tuesday, 6 April 2021, the trains and metros resumed normal services.
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Photo update: work on foundations for extra station passageway on schedule

The foundations for two roof sections for the additional passenger tunnel at Amsterdam Zuid station are now in the ground. On Saturday, 3 April 2021, the reinforcement cages were put in place and filled with concrete. So far, the work has run according to schedule. Here’s a brief impression of the work.
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Fully prepared for over 100 hours’ work over Easter weekend

We are hard at work preparing for the long working weekend over Easter. That's when will be making the foundations for two new roof sections for the additional passenger tunnel at Amsterdam Zuid station – the Brittenpassage. We are currently assembling the caterpillar cranes.
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Railway track 4 at Amsterdam Zuid station goes ‘bendy’

Starting at 20.00 on 1 April 2021, we will be working on Zuidasdok night and day until 05.00 on 6 April. One of the jobs will involve putting a bend in railway track 4 to enable platform 3-4 to be widened. ‘A real improvement,’ says Tjeerd Dierckxsens.
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Consequences of Zuidasdok building work during the Easter weekend

From Thursday 1 April 8:00 pm until Tuesday 6 April 5:00 am, we will be working 24 hours per day on the roof of the new passenger tunnel at Amsterdam Zuid station. Although the A10 will remain in use at this time, the work will have a number of consequences for traffic,
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Pre-Easter hoisting tests at Zuidasdok

It all begins on 1 April 2021: starting at 20:00 and lasting until 05:00 on 5 April, we will be building the foundations for two roof sections of the new passenger tunnel. Because we have only limited time, we are now running a series of tests to make sure the operation will be a success.