Meiser railway station

Meiser railway station is a railway station in Brussels, Belgium, which was opened in 1976.[1] It is located on line 26 between the stations of Schaerbeek-Josaphat and of Mérode in the municipality of Schaerbeek.[2] The crossroad Meiser on the greater ring is located a hundred meters away from the station which lies under the Chaussée de Louvain/Leuvensesteenweg. The station can be accessed via the Chaussée de Louvain, the Avenue Rogier/Rogierlaan or the Rue de la Luzerne/Luzernestraat.

Meiser
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Meiser railway station
LocationSchaarbeek, Brussels
 Belgium
Coordinates50°51′17″N 4°23′38″E / 50.85472°N 4.39389°E / 50.85472; 4.39389Coordinates: 50°51′17″N 4°23′38″E / 50.85472°N 4.39389°E / 50.85472; 4.39389
Owned byInfrabel
Operated byNational Railway Company of Belgium
Line(s)26
Platforms2
Tracks2
Other information
Station code(H)
History
Opened1976; 44 years ago (1976)
Traffic
Passengers (2014)418 per day

Train servicesEdit

The station is served by the following service(s):

  • Brussels RER services (S4) Vilvoorde - Merode - Etterbeek - Brussels-Luxembourg - Denderleeuw - Aalst (weekdays, peak hours only)
  • Brussels RER services (S5) Mechelen - Brussels-Luxembourg - Etterbeek - Halle - Enghien (- Geraardsbergen) (weekdays)
  • Brussels RER services (S7) Mechelen - Merode - Halle (weekdays)
  • Brussels RER services (S9) Leuven - Brussels-Luxembourg - Etterbeek - Braine-l'Alleud (weekdays, peak hours only)
Preceding station   NMBS/SNCB   Following station
toward Vilvoorde
S 4
weekdays
toward Aalst
toward Mechelen
S 5
weekdays
toward Enghien
toward Mechelen
S 7
weekdays
toward Halle
toward Leuven
S 9
weekdays

ConnectionsEdit

The station offers a correspondence with the tram route 25, which runs between Rogier and the Boondael railway station and tram route 62.

Bus services 318, 351 and 358 serve the station, stopping at the south side of the station.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.mobilit.fgov.be/data/rail/RCG/AVIS04-35.pdf
  2. ^ "Gares Infrabel". www.belrail.be. Retrieved 27 May 2017.