Extra carriages on P, K and L trains and additioanal bus services to events at the Olympic Stadium on the nights of 8 July and 9 July
We will add extra carriages to certain L, K and P trains due to concerts taking place at the Olympic Stadium on Friday 8 July and Saturday 9 July. In addition, some buses will have additional services. You can see the additional services in the Journey Planner
We will add extra carriages to certain L, K and P trains due to concerts taking place at the Olympic Stadium on Friday 8 July and Saturday 9 July. Extra carriages will be added to trains that depart from Helsinki between about midnight and 1am.
In addition, buses 37, 40, 321, 322, 431N and 500 will have additional services around midnight on both nights.
We advise people to allow extra time for their journeys after the concerts
After the concerts around midnight, especially buses and trams running along Mannerheimintie are expected to be crowded. Commuter trains will have more space for a higher number of passengers than normal thanks to the extra carriages.
We recommend people to use commuter trains, if possible. Pasila station is about a kilometer walk from the Olympic Stadium along Nordenskiöldinkatu and Veturitie.
How to get to the Olympic Stadium
All buses from Elielinaukio located between the Central Railway Station and Postitalo serve the “Töölön kisahalli” stop. In addition, you can use buses 63, 212 and 213 which depart from the Kamppi bus terminal. Trams 4 and 10 run from the “Lasipalatsi” tram stop (H0101) to the “Töölön halli” stop (in the direction of Munkkiniemi or Pikku Huopalahti).
Those travelling to the concerts by train are advised to switch to the orange trunk bus 500 or 510 at Pasila station. The buses stop in front of the main entrance to the station (bay 36, buses to Munkkivuori or Westendinasema). The stop closest to the Olympic Stadium is “Auroran sairaala” (H2072).
Those coming from East Helsinki can take trunk bus 500 or 510 from Herttoniemi Metro Station.