Maarheeze railway station

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Station Maarheeze.jpg
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 51°18′14″N 5°37′49″E / 51.30389°N 5.63028°E / 51.30389; 5.63028Coordinates: 51°18′14″N 5°37′49″E / 51.30389°N 5.63028°E / 51.30389; 5.63028
Line(s) Eindhoven–Weert railway
Opened 2010
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
toward Eindhoven
NS Sprinter 6400
Maarheeze is located in Netherlands
Location within Netherlands

Maarheeze is a railway station in Maarheeze, The Netherlands.


Maarheeze had a station, closer to the centre which opened on 1 November 1913 and closed on 15 May 1938. A new station further south, next to the Philips buildings, was opened on 13 June 2010. The station lies on the Eindhoven–Weert railway and is located between Heeze and Weert.

Residents of Maarheeze have been asking for a station together since 2004. Construction work has started in October 2009.

With an interchange at Eindhoven passengers are able to reach many major places in the Netherlands, such as: Amsterdam, Utrecht, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, The Hague, Venlo and Eindhoven Airport (by bus). In Weert passengers can change to trains towards Roermond, Maastricht and Heerlen.

Train service[edit]

The following services currently call at the station:

  • 2x per hour local services (sprinter) Eindhoven - Weert

Bus service[edit]

The following bus services call at Maarheeze:

  • Hermes line 173 Eindhoven - Leende - Budel - Weert

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