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Changes in Commuter Train Services Stop Trains Running to Helsinki

Changes in Commuter Train Services Stop Trains Running to Helsinki

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Starting on Sunday evening, June 24, some commuter trains will not run to Helsinki and most passengers will need to change trains at Pasila railway station.

The disruptions are part of a two-phase plan of the Helsinki Regional Transport Authority (HSL) to improve the functionality of Helsinki railway yard.

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The first phase will last until July 17 (05:00 in the morning) and affects commuter trains I, P, N and K.

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Commuter train services to Helsinki:

During the day, the K and N trains from Kerava will terminate at Pasila.

At night, I, N, P and T train services will run as usual to the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

During the day, the P trains departing from Helsinki Airport will terminate at Pasila. I train services will run as usual to the Helsinki Central Railway Station.



Other commuter train and long-distance train services will run as usual.

Passengers traveling to Helsinki can change trains either at Pasila or earlier at Tikkurila.

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Commuter train services from Helsinki:

During the day, the K and N trains to Kerava will depart from Pasila.

At night, I , N , P and T trains will depart as usual from the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

I trains to Helsinki Airport will depart from Pasila during the daytime.

P trains to the Helsinki Airport will depart as usual from the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

Other commuter train and long-distance train services will run as usual.

The second phase will begin on July 17 and will last until August 5 till 05:00 in the morning.

The changes affect commuter trains L, A, P and I.

Commuter train services running to Helsinki:

During the day, the I trains departing from Helsinki Airport will terminate at Pasila. P train services will run as usual from the airport to the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

At night, A, I, L and P train services will run as usual to the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

A trains will run less frequently, at 30-minute intervals, all the way to Helsinki.

A and L trains will not stop at Ilmala station. I trains will stop at Ilmala as usual during the daytime.

Other commuter train and long-distance train services will run as usual.

Passengers traveling to Helsinki can change trains either at Pasila or earlier at Huopalahti

Commuter train services from Helsinki:

P trains to Helsinki Airport will depart from Pasila station during the daytime. I trains to the airport will depart as usual from the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

At night, A, I, L and P trains will depart as usual from the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

A trains will run less frequently, at 30-minute intervals, from Helsinki.

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A and L trains will not stop at Ilmala station. During the day, P trains will stop at Ilmala station as usual.

Other commuter train and long-distance train services will run as usual.

Source: HSL

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