at Arena Boulevard 610, Amsterdam, 1012 AA Netherlands
Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA, previously named Amsterdam Bijlmer, is a railway station in the Bijlmermeer neighbourhood of the Amsterdam Zuidoost stadsdeel of Amsterdam, Netherlands. The station has five platforms and eight tracks; two for the Amsterdam Metro and six train tracks, along with a bus station. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.HistoryOriginally opened on 24 May 1971, the station has been rebuilt twice. In July 2007, a large part of the rebuilding was completed and on 17 November 2007 the station was fully opened. The new station was designed by Grimshaw Architects of London in association with Arcadis Architecten.The station arches over the ArenA Boulevard. The complex is almost 100m long, 70m wide, and 30m tall. It is mostly transparent, to blend in with the rest of the Boulevard.The metro lines that stop at this station are Metroline 54 (Amsterdam Centraal – Gein) and Metroline 50 (Isolatorweg – Gein).
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