Nijmegen Heyendaal railway station

Nijmegen Heyendaal
Station Nijmegen Heyendaal met rechts Technovium.jpg
General information
Coordinates51°49′37″N 5°52′04″E / 51.82694°N 5.86778°E / 51.82694; 5.86778Coordinates: 51°49′37″N 5°52′04″E / 51.82694°N 5.86778°E / 51.82694; 5.86778
Line(s)Nijmegen–Venlo railway
ArchitectCees Douma
Preceding station Arriva Following station
Stoptrein 32200 Mook-Molenhoek
towards Roermond
Stoptrein 32300 Mook-Molenhoek
towards Venray
Nijmegen Heyendaal is located in Netherlands
Nijmegen Heyendaal
Nijmegen Heyendaal
Location within Netherlands

Nijmegen Heyendaal is a railway station located near Radboud University in the southeast of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The station was opened on 28 May 1972 and is located on the Maaslijn (Nijmegen–Venlo). The train services are operated by Arriva.

Until 1991, a branch line ran from Heyendaal station to Kleve, Germany. During that time the station had three tracks: 1 and 2 for Nijmegen–Venlo services and 3 for the Nijmegen–Kleve service, although the latter never stopped there. In 2006, a busway was opened over the site of the third track all the way from the Nijmegen's main station to Heyendaal station.

Train services[]

The following local train services call at this station:

Bus services[]

A bus stop near the station, called Station Heyendaal, is used by both urban and regional bus services operated by Breng.

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