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The Amsterdam metro network must be expanded to Zaandam, Purmerend, Hoofddorp and Schiphol.
The new coalition of the province has just announced this

If it is up to the province, concrete agreements will be made within four years about extending the metro line.
The line will most likely connect to the North-South line.

The plans are the showpiece of the new provincial government in North Holland.
In total, the province will release 61.7 million euros for accessibility in the short term.

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Expansion plans have been in place for some time for the Amsterdam metro network.
For example, there is also talk of ‘closing’ the Ring Line between the stations Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Amsterdam Central.
The metro must also branch out to the new Port-City district to be built.

This morning, a large group of important organizations called for the extension of the North-South line to Schiphol.
What the Amsterdam metro network will look like in the future will have to be announced later.

Bron: NH Nieuws

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