Tiel Passewaaij railway station

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Tiel Passewaaij
Station Tiel Passewaaij 2017-2.jpg
Tiel Passewaaij railway station in 2017
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 51°52′26″N5°23′32″E / 51.87389°N 5.39222°E / 51.87389; 5.39222 Coordinates: 51°52′26″N5°23′32″E / 51.87389°N 5.39222°E / 51.87389; 5.39222
Line(s) Elst–Dordrecht railway
History
Opened14 April 2007
Services
Preceding station  Nederlandse Spoorwegen  Following station
NS Sprinter 6000
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Location
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Tiel Passewaaij
Location within Netherlands

Tiel Passewaaij is a railway station located in Tiel, Netherlands.

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History

The station originally opened on 14 April 2007 and is located on the Elst–Dordrecht railway. Train services are currently operated by NS.

Train services

RouteService typeOperatorNotes
Woerden - Utrecht - Geldermalsen - TielLocal ("Sprinter") NS 2x per hour

Bus services

LineRouteOperatorNotes
46(Tiel Passewaaij -) Tiel Station - Kerk-Avezaath - Erichem - Buren - Asch - Zoelmond - Beusichem - Culemborg Arriva and Juijn During weekday daytime hours, this bus runs through to Tiel Passewaaij. Arriva operates this bus during weekday daytime hours, Juijn during evenings and weekends.
243Tiel - Wadenoijen Arriva This bus only operates if called one hour before its supposed departure ("belbus"). During weekday daytime hours, this bus runs non-stop between Wadenoijen and either Tiel or Tiel Passewaaij station and vice-versa. On evenings and weekends, it does make all local bus stops.


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