Tiel railway station

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Tiel
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Tiel station building in 2011
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 51°53′22″N5°25′21″E / 51.88944°N 5.42250°E / 51.88944; 5.42250 Coordinates: 51°53′22″N5°25′21″E / 51.88944°N 5.42250°E / 51.88944; 5.42250
Line(s) Elst–Dordrecht railway
History
Opened1 Nov 1882
Services
Preceding station  Nederlandse Spoorwegen  Following station
NS Sprinter 6000 Terminus
Arriva
Terminus Stoptrein 31100
toward  Arnhem Centraal
Location
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Tiel
Location within Netherlands

Tiel is a railway station located in Tiel, Netherlands. The station opened on 1 November 1882 and is on the Elst–Dordrecht railway. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen and Arriva.

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The station is the end of the electrified line from Geldermalsen. The line to Elst remains non-electrified.

Train services

RouteService typeOperatorNotes
Woerden - Utrecht - Geldermalsen - TielLocal ("Sprinter") NS 2x per hour
Elst - Arnhem CentraalLocal ("Stoptrein") Arriva 2x per hour: 1x per hour to Elst and 1x per hour to Arnhem - Evenings and weekends 1x per hour to Arnhem. Does not stop at Arnhem Zuid.

Bus services

LineRouteOperatorNotes
42Tiel - Beneden-Leeuwen - Boven-Leeuwen - Druten Arriva and Breng
44Tiel - Maurikseveld - Maurik - Eck en Wiel - Ingen - Ommeren - Lienden - Kesteren - Rhenen - Wageningen Juijn, Arriva and Krol Reizen On weekdays, this bus does not operate after 21:00 (only on weekends).
45Tiel - Echteld - IJzendoorn - Ochten - Kesteren - Rhenen - Wageningen Juijn and Arriva On weekends, this bus only operates between Tiel and Kesteren.
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.
244Tiel - Zoelen Arriva This bus only operates if called one hour before its supposed departure ("belbus").
248Tiel - Ophemert - Varik - Heesselt - Opijnen - Neerijen - Waardenburg - Zaltbommel Arriva On evenings and weekends, this bus only operates if called one hour before its supposed departure ("belbus").
544Tiel - Geldermalsen Poppenbouwing - Geldermalsen Station Arriva 3 runs during morning rush hour, 1 run around noon and 1 run during afternoon rush hour.
648Waardenburg → Neerijnen → Opijnen → Heesselt → Varik → Ophemert → Tiel Krol Reizen 1 run during morning rush hour only.
844Tiel - Maurik - Eck en Wiel - Ingen - Ommeren - Lienden - Kesteren Arriva This bus only operates on weekdays after 21:00. From Tiel Station and within Tiel's town centre, this bus can be boarded at any time, but from other stops along the route, it only operates if called one hour before its supposed departure ("belbus").

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