Construction half-time in the north-south tunnel of the S-Bahn: Nordbahnhof closed
Half-time for the construction work on the north-south tunnel of the Berlin S-Bahn: this Friday, work began on the second construction section, as announced by Deutsche Bahn. For passengers, this means that another station will be omitted for the next three weeks.
The trains of the S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S25 and S26 now also no longer stop at Nordbahnhof. Until 17 February, there will therefore be no S-Bahn service between Yorckstraße and Gesundbrunnen stations.
Closure until February 17
Railway project manager Ulrich Burkhardt said during a tour of the site on Friday that the work was progressing on schedule. The line is scheduled to reopen on February 17 at 10 pm. The north-south link is the most important suburban railway line in the capital after the Ringbahn and the Stadtbahn. Currently, more than nine kilometres of track are being renewed and more than 18 kilometres of track is being abraded. Points and sleepers are also being repaired or replaced.
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Publication date: 27 January 2023
Last updated: 27 January 2023