Amsterdam zuid station map
Map of Amsterdam zuid station. Amsterdam zuid station map (Netherlands) to print. Amsterdam zuid station map (Netherlands) to download. Zuid is a railway station situated in the Zuidas ("south axis") area of Amsterdam in the Netherlands as its shown in Amsterdam zuid station map, formerly known as Amsterdam Zuid WTC. In 2006, the station dropped the WTC, in reference to the World Trade Center Amsterdam, from its name. Amsterdam zuid station lies on the strategic rail route known as the Zuidtak ("south branch"), which was completed in 1993, and connects Schiphol Airport railway station in the west to Weesp in the east by way of Duivendrecht, and as of 2006 also to Utrecht in the southeast.
The Amsterdam zuid station, which has been extended in 2006, plays an increasingly important role, gradually replacing Amsterdam Centraal as the capital main station for direct trains to several destinations in the north and east of the country. Amsterdam zuid station is anticipated that in the future Amsterdam Zuid will be served by a number of the trains using the HSL-Zuid. Amsterdam Zuid is currently served by two lines of the Amsterdam Metro and the Tram line 5, as well as by buses, and will be the southern terminus of the new North/South metro line currently under construction as its shown in Amsterdam zuid station map.