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Aalborg Commuter Rail

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Operator(s)  Danish State Railways
Number of lines  1
Transit type  Commuter rail
Owner  Banedanmark
Number of stations  7
Began operation  2003
Aalborg Commuter Rail
Locale  Region Nordjylland, Denmark
Track gauge  1,435 mm (4 ft 8 ⁄2 in)

Aalborg Commuter Rail (Danish: Aalborg Nærbane) is a commuter rail service in and near Aalborg, Denmark. The service started in 2003 and is operated by the Danish State Railways. There is one line, from Lindholm station in Nørresundby to Skørping, which runs on the mainline Randers-Aalborg Line and Vendsyssel Line.

The stops are: Lindholm, Aalborg Vestby, Aalborg, Skalborg, Svenstrup, Støvring, Skørping. Trains depart twice per hour during daytime, once per hour weekends. Some trains are regional trains which go Frederikshavn-Aarhus.

Diesel trainsets are used, for example DSB class MR or IC3.

References

Aalborg Commuter Rail Wikipedia


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