Rail Traffic Information
Current information rail traffic, maintenance, and potential disruptions.
Current rail traffic information and updates
For more details about current rail traffic information and potential disruptions, please see below information from the railway company’s websites:
Thalys train traffic may be subject to change due to track works: 16.03.2019 – 25.08.2019
Time table changes may occur on the Dutch and German routes of Thalys trains because of track work in the upcoming months. Some adaptions will be made to the timetables on the Belgian and French routes.
The stations of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Schiphol, Antwerp, and Cologne are also not served on certain dates.
Trenitalia train traffic changes EC Italy - Switzerland: 10.04.2019 -18.08.2019
Please note the following time-table changes of the EC Italy – Switzerland trains:
- 20.04.2019 to 22.04.2019 – EC 151 will run from Basel to Milan only. The train
will not stop in Frankfurt, Mannheim, Karlsruhe, Baden-Baden and Freiburg.
- 19.04.2019 to 21.04.2019 – EC 52 will run from Milan to Basel only. The train will not stop in Freiburg, Karlsruhe, Mannheim, Frankfurt.
- 06.07.2019 to 18.08.2019 – EC 358 will not stop in Luzern.
- 06.07.2019 to 18.08.2019 – EC 451 will not stop in Luzern.
New rule: door closing on Trenitalia's trains
Please be aware that as per new rule, Trenitalia’s domestic long-haul trains (Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, Intercity, and Intercity Night), will close their coach doors: 1 minute before the time of departure. Due to this change, it’s recommended for passengers to arrive earlier.
Furthermore, please check train timetables on Treinitalia app before starting your journeys.
Schedule changes for Serbian Railways: international routes
Please note that there are some changes in Serbian Railways’ train timetable starting from November 9th 2018.
Eurail Group regularly updates the page, but not all maintenance or disruptions are listed as they may be for a short time period only. For real-time travel information, it is best to visit the railway company’s website.