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Scheduled track works in 2018

It's a busy schedule for railway maintenance and extensions in Sweden. The Swedish Transport Administration will be investing billions over the coming years in addressing track capacity and quality issues. Unfortunately, this investment also means sections of the rail network must be partially or completely shut down during certain periods.

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Northern Sweden

SJ traffics Duved–Stockholm and Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm plus the routes in between.

Weastern Sweden

SJ traffics Stockholm–Gothenburg/Uddevalla, Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo and Karlstad–Gothenburg routes.

Eastern Sweden

SJ traffics the following lines:

  • Gävle–Stockholm–Linköping
  • Uppsala–Stockholm
  • Stockholm–Västerås–Örebro(–Göteborg)
  • Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping
  • Stockholm–Eskilstuna–Örebro
  • Stockholm–Katrineholm–Hallsberg
  • Stockholm–Nyköping–Norrköping

Southern Sweden

SJ traffics the Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen, Gothenburg–Malmö and Gothenburg–Kalmar routes.

Tåg i Bergslagen

SJ traffics the Bergslagen region on behalf of the regional public transport authorities plus the Stockholm–Mora route.

 

Major track work is being done in Stockholm in the summer of 2018, read more.

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You can find more specific information regarding the train you are interested on our traffic info site or in our app, 14 days before departure.

 

Scheduled track works in northern Sweden

  • Söderhamn – Gävle 

Line: Umeå–Sundsvall–Stockholm and Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Gothenburg).

Period: 30 July – 3 August (daytime), 6 – 10 August (daytime), 13 – 15 August (daytime) and 16 – 26 August.

Effect: The trains will be replaced by bus between Gävle and Söderhamn. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Narvik

Linje: Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Gothenburg).

Period: 2 – 3 September.

Effect: No trains will traffic Narvik station.

 

  • Älvsbyn – Bastuträsk 

Line: Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Gothenburg).

Period: 10 – 14 September (nighttime) och 24 – 28 September (nighttime).

Effect: Train 94 will be cancelled.

 

  • Ånge – Gävle 

Line: Östersund–Stockholm.

Period: 10 – 14 September (daytime) och 17 – 21 September (daytime).

Effect: Train 80 will take a different route. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Umeå – Sundsvall 

Line: Umeå–Sundsvall–Stockholm.

Period: 22 – 23 September.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled between Umeå and Sundsvall.

 

  • Hudiksvall – Gävle 

Line: Umeå–Sundsvall–Stockholm.

Period: 24 – 29 September (daytime), 1 – 5 October (daytime), 8 – 12 October (daytime) 15 – 17 October (daytime), 18 – 21 October and 22 – 26 October (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be cancelled between Hudiksvall and Gävle and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Umeå – Härnösand 

Line: Umeå–Sundsvall–Stockholm.

Period: 29 – 30 September (daytime).

Effect: Two departures will be cancelled between Umeå and Kramfors.

 

  • Sundsvall–Gävle 

Line: Umeå–Sundsvall–Stockholm and Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Göteborg).

Period: 8 – 12 October (daytime), 15 – 17 October (daytime) and 18 – 21 October.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled between Sundsvall and Gävle and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Ånge – Sundsvall 

Line: Östersund–Stockholm.

Period: 18 – 21 October.

Effect: Trains will take a different route or will be cancelled..

 

Scheduled track works in western Sweden

  • Stockholm Central – Stockholm Södra

Line: All trains which traffic the stretch Stockholm–Flemingsberg–Södertälje Syd–Katrineholm–Hallsberg.

Period: 25 June – 19 August.

Effect: No trains will be able to traffic the stretch between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra. This means the trains will depart from and arrive at Stockholm Södra or Flemingsberg station. Passengers wishing to travel to Stockholm city centre can take the commuter train operated by SL. This requires a valid SL-ticket. Read more about the track work between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra here.

 

  • Grums – Öxnered

Line: Karlstad–Gothenburg.

Period: July 2 - July 5 (evening), July 9 - August 16 (evening), July 16 - July 19 (evening), July 30 - August 2 (evening), August 6 - August 9 - August 23 (evening), August 27 - August 30 (evening), September 3 - September 6 (evening), September 10 - September 13 (evening), September 17th - 20th, October (evening), October 8 - 11 October (evening), October 15 - 18 October (evening), October 22 - 25 October (evening), October 29 - November 1st (evening), November 5 - November (evening), 19 - 22 November (evening), 26 - 29 November (evening) and 3 - 6 December (evening).

Effect: During the traffic work, which affects two departures per day, trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by buses.

 

  • Herrljunga – Alingsås

Line: Stockholm–Gothenburg.

Period: 23 – 29 Juy.

Effect: High-speed trains will take a different route, via Öxnered or Borås. The InterCity trains between Stockholm and Gothenburg will be cancelled and regional trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Herrljunga

Line: Stockholm–Uddevalla.

Period: 11 – 12 August

Effect: High-speed trains will be cancelled or take a different route, via Öxnered or Borås.

 

  • Flen

Line: All lines passing through Flen.

Period: 5 – 23 September.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled, get an adjusted timetable or take a different route north of lake Mälaren.

 

  • Gnesta – Katrineholm

Line: Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Gothenburg), Stockholm–Gothenburg, Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen, Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo, Stockholm–Katrineholm–Hallsberg and Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 8 September (evening) and 21 – 23 September (nighttime).

Effect: High-speed trains will be cancelled or take a different route. Regional trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Lillestrøm – Kongsvinger

Line: Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo.

Period: 8 – 9 September, 6 – 7 October and 10 – 11 November.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Laxå – Kristinehamn

Line: Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo.

Period: 10 – 13 September (daytime) and 17 – 20 September (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be cancelled.

 

  • Kristinehamn – Karlstad

Line: Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo.

Period: 24 – 27 September (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Karlstad – Kil

Line: Karlstad–Gothenburg.

Period: 1 – 4 October (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Alingsås – Gothenburg

Line: Stockholm–Gothenburg.

Period: 6 – 7 October and 13 – 14 October.

Effect: High-speed trains will take a different route, via Öxnered or Borås. The InterCity trains between Stockholm and Gothenburg will be cancelled and regional trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Stockholm Central – Stockholm Södra

Line: All trains which traffic the stretch Stockholm–Flemingsberg–Södertälje Syd–Katrineholm–Hallsberg.

Period: 19 – 21 October.

Effect: No trains will be able to traffic the stretch between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra. This means the trains will depart from and arrive at Stockholm Södra or Flemingsberg station. Passengers wishing to travel to Stockholm city centre can take the commuter train operated by SL. This requires a valid SL-ticket. Some trains will take a different routh, north of lake Mälaren, to Stockholm Central.

 

  • Åmål – Öxnered

Linje: Karlstad–Gothenburg.

Period: 5 – 8 November (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus.

 

  • Falköping – Gothenburg

Line: Stockholm–Gothenburg.

Period: 1 – 2 December.

Effect: High-speed trains will take a different route or be cancelled. InterCity trains will be cancelled and regional trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

Scheduled track works in eastern Sweden

  • Stockholm Central – Stockholm Södra

Line: All trains which traffic the stretch Stockholm–Flemingsberg–Södertälje Syd–Katrineholm–Hallsberg.

Period: 25 June – 19 August.

Effect: No trains will be able to traffic the stretch between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra. This means the trains will depart from and arrive at Stockholm Södra or Flemingsberg station. Passengers wishing to travel to Stockholm city centre can take the commuter train operated by SL. This requires a valid SL-ticket. Read more about the track work between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra here.

 

  • Bålsta – Stockholm

Line: Stockholm–Västerås–Örebro(–Gothenburg).

Period: 13 July – 5 August.

Effect: Regional trains will be replaced by bus between Bålsta and Stockholm Central/Sundbyberg. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Flen

Line: All lines passing through Flen.

Period: 5 – 23 September.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled, get an adjusted timetable or take a different route north of lake Mälaren.

 

  • Flen

Line: Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 6 – 16 September.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus between Flen and Katrineholm (6 – 14 September) and between Eskilstuna and Katrineholm (15 – 16 September). Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Gnesta – Katrineholm

Line: Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Gothenburg), Stockholm–Gothenburg, Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen, Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo, Stockholm–Katrineholm–Hallsberg and Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 8 September (evening) and 21 – 23 September (nighttime).

Effect: High-speed trains will be cancelled or take a different route. Regional trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Sala

Line: Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 8 – 9 September.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Nyköping – Norrköping

Line: Stockholm–Nyköping–Norrköping.

Period: 6 October.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Norrköping – Linköping

Line: Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen, Gävle–Stockholm–Linköping and Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 6 – 7 October.

Effect: High-speed and night trains will take a different route. InterCity and regional trains will be cancelled between Norrköping and Linköping and maye be replaced by bus.

 

  • Stockholm Central – Stockholm Södra

Line: All trains which traffic the stretch Stockholm–Flemingsberg–Södertälje Syd–Katrineholm–Hallsberg.

Period: 19 – 21 October.

Effect: No trains will be able to traffic the stretch between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra. This means the trains will depart from and arrive at Stockholm Södra or Flemingsberg station. Passengers wishing to travel to Stockholm city centre can take the commuter train operated by SL. This requires a valid SL-ticket. Some trains will take a different routh, north of lake Mälaren, to Stockholm Central.

 

  • Bålsta – Stockholm

Line: Stockholm–Västerås–Örebro(–Gothenburg).

Period: 3 – 4 November.

Effect: Regional trains will be replaced by bus between Bålsta and Stockholm Central/Sundbyberg. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Västerås

Line: Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping and Stockholm–Västerås–Örebro(–Gothenburg).

Period: 13 – 14 oktober, 27 – 28 oktober and 10 – 11 November.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

Scheduled track works in southern Sweden

  • Stockholm Central – Stockholm Södra

Line: All trains which traffic the stretch Stockholm–Flemingsberg–Södertälje Syd–Katrineholm–Hallsberg.

Period: 25 June – 19 August.

Effect: No trains will be able to traffic the stretch between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra. This means the trains will depart from and arrive at Stockholm Södra or Flemingsberg station. Passengers wishing to travel to Stockholm city centre can take the commuter train operated by SL. This requires a valid SL-ticket. Read more about the track work between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra here.

 

  • Lessebo – Emmaboda

Line: Gothenburg–Kalmar.

Period: 30 June.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus between Alvesta and Kalmar. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Hässleholm – Lund

Line: Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen.

Period: 14 – 15 July, 18 – 19 August, 29 – 30 September, 10 – 11 November and 8 – 9 December.

Effect: High-speed and night trains will take a different route, via Helsingborg. Travel time will be prolonged. InterCity trains between Stockholm and Malmö will be cancelled. 

 

  • Osby – Hässleholm

Line: Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen.

Period: 25 – 26 August and 22 september.

Effect: High-speed trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged. InterCity and night trains between Stockholm and Malmö will be cancelled or take a different route.

 

  • Flen

Line: All lines passing through Flen.

Period: 5 – 23 September.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled, get an adjusted timetable or take a different route north of lake Mälaren.

 

  • Gnesta – Katrineholm

Line: Narvik/Luleå–Stockholm(–Gothenburg), Stockholm–Gothenburg, Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen, Stockholm–Karlstad–Oslo, Stockholm–Katrineholm–Hallsberg and Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 8 September (evening) and 21 – 23 September (nighttime).

Effect: High-speed trains will be cancelled or take a different route. Regional trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Varberg – Falkenberg

Line: Gothenburg–Malmö.

Period: 17 – 20 September (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be cancelled.

 

  • Älmhult – Hässleholm

Line: Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen.

Period: 22 September.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Borås – Värnamo

Line: Gothenburg–Kalmar.

Period: 24 – 28 September (daytime) and 26 – 30 November (daytime).

Effect: Trains will  be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Gothenburg – Borås

Line: Gothenburg–Kalmar.

Period: 30 September – 8 October.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Lessebo – Emmaboda

Line: Gothenburg–Kalmar.

Period: 5 – 7 October and 7 – 9 December.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Norrköping – Linköping

Line: Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen, Gävle–Stockholm–Linköping and Sala–Västerås–Eskilstuna–Linköping.

Period: 6 – 7 October.

Effect: High-speed and night trains will take a different route. InterCity and regional trains will be cancelled between Norrköping and Linköping and maye be replaced by bus.

 

  • Stockholm Central – Stockholm Södra

Line: All trains which traffic the stretch Stockholm–Flemingsberg–Södertälje Syd–Katrineholm–Hallsberg.

Period: 19 – 21 October.

Effect: No trains will be able to traffic the stretch between Stockholm Central and Stockholm Södra. This means the trains will depart from and arrive at Stockholm Södra or Flemingsberg station. Passengers wishing to travel to Stockholm city centre can take the commuter train operated by SL. This requires a valid SL-ticket. Some trains will take a different routh, north of lake Mälaren, to Stockholm Central.

 

  • Malmö – Copenhagen

Line: Stockholm–Malmö–Copenhagen.

Period: 3 – 4 November.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled.

 

  • Gothenburg – Falkenberg

Line: Gothenburg–Malmö.

Period: 16 – 18 November.

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

Scheduled track works in Bergslagen

  • Hallsberg – Motala

Line: Gävle–Falun–Borlänge–Örebro–Hallsberg–Mjölby.

Period: 9 July – 12 August.

Effect: Trains will depart from and arriva at Norrköping station instead of Mjölby station. The trains will not stop in Motala, Skänninge or Mjölby.

 

  • Borlänge – Ludvika

Line: Gävle–Falun–Borlänge–Örebro–Hallsberg–Mjölby.

Period: 11 – 12 August.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus between Borlänge and Ludvika. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Falun – Borlänge

Line: Gävle–Falun–Borlänge–Örebro–Hallsberg–Mjölby and Mora–Stockholm.

Period: 13 – 16 August (nighttime).

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Storvik – Falun

Line: Gävle–Falun–Borlänge–Örebro–Hallsberg–Mjölby and Mora–Borlänge.

Period: 13 – 16 August (nighttime).

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Borlänge – Avesta Krylbo

Line: Mora–Borlänge.

Period: 27 – 30 August (nighttime).

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Sala

Line: Mora–Stockholm.

Period: 8 – 9 September.

Effect: Trains will take a different route, via Ängelsberg. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Storvik – Avesta Krylbo

Line: Gävle–Avesta Krylbo–Örebro.

Period: 24 – 28 September (daytime) and 1 – 5 October (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

  • Motala – Mjölby

Line: Gävle–Falun–Borlänge–Örebro–Hallsberg–Mjölby.

Period: 29 – 30 September.

Effect: Trains will depart from and arriva at Norrköping station instead of Mjölby station. The trains will not stop in Motala, Skänninge or Mjölby.

 

  • Avesta Krylbo – Frövi

Line: Gävle–Avesta Krylbo–Örebro.

Period: 8 – 12 October (daytime) och 15 – 19 October (daytime).

Effect: Trains will be cancelled and may be replaced by bus.

 

  • Fagersta

Line: Ludvika–Västerås and Gävle–Avesta Krylbo–Örebro.

Period: 19 – 21 October.

Effect: Trains will be replaced by bus between Ludvika and Ängelsberg and between Ängelsberg and Skinnskatteberg. Travel time will be prolonged.

 

General information about traffic shutdowns

  • Work begun on a weekday normally starts at 22.00. Daytime traffic is not affected.
  • Work completed on a Sunday normally stops at 04.30 on the Monday morning.
  • In certain cases, trains will run at reduced speeds on days immediately following a traffic shutdown.
  • For more information, visit www.sj.se/traffic-info and enter relevant train number and date.

Current traffic information is available in our app – download here