Unchanged train timetable for August 14 (Solidarity Day)

We would like to inform you that on Monday, 14 August 2023, which is declared Solidarity Day and is a non-working day, passenger trains will run according to the normal (workweek), published timetable.
In this way, we want to provide the best level of mobility on all railway lines, including regional ones.

However, since the floods also affected the public railway infrastructure, railway traffic is still hindered on some routes. We advise you to carefully check the traffic situation before setting off.

Solidarity Day is a non-working day (not a public holiday), so weekend discounts or IJPP weekend tickets are not valid on this day (August 14).

Additional information and up-to-date announcements for individual routes can be found in the “Rail replacement buses and disruptions” list at Help and Travel Updates.

Thank you for your understanding.