Amsterdam RAI railway station
- Railway Weesp - Leiden
The Amsterdam RAI station is a through station, the Dutch railway company NS in the south of the Dutch capital Amsterdam. She is direct station for the fairgrounds Amsterdam RAI and the frequency weakest stations in Amsterdam.
The RAI train station was built in 1981, opened with the railway line Weesp - Leiden and was temporarily the end point of this line. The station then consisted of a platform, with only one track. In 1988, the line was 51 of the Amsterdam Metro extended beyond the station, so the station was given a new platform as well as two new tracks for the metro. The extensions were commenced operations in 1990. The metro station is, however, about 10 m northwest of the station. There is no direct transfer possibility between the two stations. The old station building was replaced in 1991 by a new station with a central platform. The line was extended in 1993 until after Duivendrecht or Weesp.