ProRail apologized to thousands of travelers who were stranded by a train failure around Utrecht Central on Monday with a video posted on YouTube on Tuesday and advertisements in several newspapers today. A signaling and points failure severely disrupted rail traffic throughout Monday.
Dutch bank ING has had the most disruptions to the internet banking system this year than any other bank. Customers have had to deal with in total 142 days of system failure, of which 18 were large-scale, RTL Nieuws reports.
Tram traffic in the North and the center of Rotterdam was put on hold yesterday after an industrial accident occurred during maintenance work. One RET maintenance worker had to be brought to hospital after he received an electric shock, the NOS reports.
In the Randstad, the train traffic network is very disrupted on Monday. Due to faults in signals, switches and electricity, traffic from and to Schiphol is almost at a standstill. The Algemeen Dagblad reports that it is unclear when this problem will be solved.
The Dutch Meteorological Institute (KNMI) has issued a code orange for extreme weather in North and South Holland as well as North Brabant and Utrecht. The rain and thunderstorms in these areas can be very disruptive and even dangerous. Overnight, a lot of rain fell across the country, and more bad weather is expected for the rest of the day.
Rabobank is currently experiencing technological issues on all platforms. Since before 7 a.m. this morning, there has been a network disruption that is affecting the bank's website, internet banking, mobile banking, apps, telephone connections, and computers at the bank.
Train traffic in North-Holland is back to normal again after Tuesday evening saw a standstill in NS services in some parts of the region.
The disruptions on Rabobank's internet banking and app should be cleared towards the afternoon, according to a spokesperson for the bank.
Rabobank internet banking is experiencing problems yet again. Customers were not able to access the site nor the app on Thursday.
Dutch Railways (NS) wants to raise the price of train tickets during peak hours, according to new transport agreements with state secretary Wilma Mansveld, the Algemeen Dagblad reports.
Throughout the country, the digital departure boards on platforms at train stations are not displaying any information.
On Thursday, Marion Gout, president-director of Prorail, announced her departure from the company. She was allegedly informed of a 'disastrous' article in De Telegraaf newspaper of Friday.
Clients who accidentally paid out the same amount via internet banking due to a disruption at ING have to find a way to get that money back themselves.
There will be no trains running in and around The Hague for some time, and in Rotterdam there are large-scale disruptions.
Mijn ING and ING Mobile Banking are both up and running again after recovery works had to be done due to more disruptions.
The storm that moves across the country, leads to major problems on the tracks. Traffic to and from Amsterdam Central, and North of Zwolle has come to a stop, due to the storm.