The World’s Busiest Stations – 1 April 2021 – 1/4/2021 – Thursday – SBS
With 3000 trains a day, it’s the busiest railway hub in Europe and one of the busiest in the world. It’s also a marvel of engineering, with 30 platforms built over 4 levels – a bustling multi-level facility with amazing architecture that combines historic parts of the original 1871 building with 21st century futuristic additions. It’s also one of the most punctual in the world, with 90 percent of services running on time, all regulated by the famous Swiss Railway Clock.
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