Update Jan. 24, 2023

On Thursday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m., the Nelson Mandela Bridge will reopen. NS trains will then also stop again at Zoetermeer station. From Friday, January 27, RandstadRail will again stop at the Driemanspolder stop. This means that the shuttle buses are no longer needed. From Friday, January 27, there will be no more shuttle buses.

Update December 21, 2022

Shuttle buses have been deployed. Between 5:30 and 1:30 a.m. buses will drive from the squares on both the Rokkeveen side and the Driemanspolder side to Zoetermeer-Oost station. The vans do not have fixed departure times, but you do not have to wait long for a bus. In about 10 minutes it will be back at the departure point. Extra shuttle buses run during rush hour. From 10 p.m. onwards there are fewer busses, so you may have to wait a little longer.

Transportation for the disabled is also available. A wheelchair van shuttles between the squares and Zoetermeer-Oost. If you would like to use this, please indicate this to the driver of the regular shuttle bus. He will inform the driver of the wheelchair van on which side of the station (Driemanspolder or Rokkeveen) the van is needed. Again, a waiting time of about 10 minutes applies.