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Tips for your train journey

  • How to find your seat on a long-distance train

    Check your ticket for the number of the car where your seat or sleeping berth is situated.

    The order of the train cars is shown at the lower edge of the electronic screens displayed on the station platforms. Check the letter (A, B, C or D) indicated for your car on the screen. The letter indicates the platform sector where your car will stop. Check for the sign on the platform showing that letter, and go to that sign. You will then be able to easily board the right car when the train arrives at the station.

  • How to find your seat on a commuter train

    The number of cars on your train is shown at the lower edge of the electronic screens displayed on the station platforms. Check the letter (A, B, C or D) indicated for your car on the screen. The letter indicates the platform sector where your car will stop. Check for the sign on the platform showing that letter, and go to that sign. You will then be able to easily board the right car when the train arrives at the station.

  • Accessibility and station access

    You can find information about station access, accessible routes, services and other important details on the local area maps located in the information display cases at the stations. The park-and-ride and bicycle parking facilities are also shown on the local area maps. In this service, you can find the local area maps on the pages of each station.

  • General information about passenger information

    Daily service for hundreds of thousands of passengers
     
    Finrail Ltd produces nationwide passenger information services for rail traffic on the display and public announcement devices at stations and platform areas. Up-to-date information on rail traffic and its schedules, exceptions and disturbances as well as traffic forecasts are provided to about 180 stations in total. Approximately 15,000 announcements are given on a daily basis.
     
    The aim of passenger information is to help passengers have a successful rail journey by serving hundreds of thousands of passengers nationwide and 24/7, every day. Rail traffic operators are responsible for the information provided on trains.
     
    The passenger information produced by the systems is also offered to application developers and various operators via an open interface (Digitraffic). https://www.digitraffic.fi