HomeNewsSnow in Railroad Switches Forces the Commuter Trains to Run on a Reduced Schedule on Thursday Editorial Team 11/10/2016 News, VR, Wildlife The severe winter weather forces the commuter trains to run on a reduced schedule for the third day in a row. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today The severe winter weather forces the commuter trains to operate on a reduced service for the third day in a row in Helsinki on Thursday, November 10. The whirling snow causes some problems and even though the maintenance of the railroads has been improved, the snow, which gathers to the railroad switches, is causing trouble. The poor weather affects services on the main line and coastal line. Trains to Helsinki Airport (Ring Rail Line) run as usual. Timetables November 9 A trains run every 20 minutes. From Helsinki at 06, 26, 46 past the hour. From Leppävaara at 09, 29, 49 past the hour. K trains run every 20 minutes. From Helsinki at 16, 36, 56 past the hour. From Kerava at 02, 22, 42 past the hour. X and Y trains are canceled. VR will provide supplement transport between Kirkkonummi and Siuntio, see vr.fi.