News: Multimodal Hub preparations well underway

The Multimodal Hub Schiphol (MHS) project will see us making adjustments to Schiphol Plaza, the train platforms and the entrance (Jan-Dellaertplein). In doing so, we will be guaranteeing safety, creating more space for passengers and raising quality to the desired level. Once the project is complete, more than 120,000 travellers will comfortably and safely be able get on and off trains in the Schiphol station area every day. The first MHS project modifications to the station area at Schiphol Centre will be visible at the start of 2022.

Published on: 16 March 2021

Relocation of commercial and transport services in and around Schiphol Plaza

We are going to relocate several transport services from the entrance to another location at Schiphol Centre in order to create the space that the MHS project requires. Some facilities and commercial services will be relocated away from Schiphol Plaza.

At the end of 2020, it was decided that the Koepelstraat location (former P2 terrain) would be used for transport services that can no longer be situated at the entrance. The plans for this are expected to be ready at the end of 2021.

A more spacious Plaza

Several facilities and commercial services at Schiphol Plaza will be relocated in order to create space for the MHS project. The architectural plans will reveal if and where in the Plaza area these facilities and services will return. Facilities in the WTC covered walkway are also being removed and/or moved because of the direct connection (stairs/escalators/lifts) that will come between the bus station and the WTC walkway. What that will look like exactly will become clear during the design phase of the project. The designs are expected to be ready by the end of 2021. The project will be carried out in stages, based on these final plans.