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What you need to know about public transport disruption in Stockholm this summer

There are disruptions to regional and commuter train lines as well as the subway. Photo: Anders Wiklund / TT

Published: 03.Jul.2019 11:11 hrs

Passengers travelling to, from or around Stockholm this summer should be aware of major renovations and track work that will disrupt trains and underground traffic throughout the season, sometimes making multiple changes necessary. Here are the key details you need to know, and the alternative routes to take.

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The summer season is chosen for most renovations because fewer people use the public transport system for commuting due to Sweden's long summer holidays, as well as because of better weather and longer daylight hours which facilitate the work.

Still, for those who remain in the city, it can be disruptive, with many of the different modes of transport affected in different locations and at different times throughout the summer season. 

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