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SJ takes over Öresundståg

More trains on time and a network of buses on standby. On Sunday, SJ Öresund will take over the operation and maintenance of Öresundståg (Öresunds trains). The train depot with over 100 employees in Hässleholm will also be up and running then.
More trains will arrive on time when SJ Öresund takes over all responsibility for Öresundståg on December 13th.
More trains will arrive on time when SJ Öresund takes over all responsibility for Öresundståg on December 13th.
Foto: Charlotta Ottinger

SJ will have greater responsibility for replacement traffic and will have a network of buses on standby.

At least one train conductor will be present on every train set. Staff will be more visible on and around the trains.

The trains will be maintained in the new depot in Hässleholm. This will also lead to more trains in service and better timekeeping. Now the trains don’t need to travel far for maintenance and servicing.

– I am convinced that together with SJ Öresund we will take a big step to achieve the goals, with better punctuality and more satisfied customers, says Carina Zachau (M), Chairwoman of the Public Transport Committee.

The contract is valid for eight years with an option to extend another two years. It’s worth about seven billion crowns in ten years.

Facts

Öresundståg

111 train sets are used and have a maximum speed of 180 km / h.
One train set has three carriages with a total of 227 seats. Up to three sets can be joined together, providing 681 seats.
An upgrade of the old trains is underway. So far, 37 have been modernised.
From January, all trains will also have free Wi-Fi onboard.
Öresundståg is owned by a joint company, together with DSB and the Danish Ministry of Transport amongst others. Skånetrafiken owns 40 per cent.