Coastal Line train services to be disrupted for five weeks from 24 June – A trains to operate more frequently during the disruption

Train services on the Coastal Line will be disrupted for five weeks from 24 June to 28 July. During the disruption, there will be no train services from Leppävaara towards Kauklahti, Kirkkonummi and Siuntio. E, U, L, and Y trains will not run. Westbound train services from Leppävaara will be replaced by buses. A trains will run more frequently than usual.

A trains will run between Helsinki and Leppävaara during the service disruption. The service frequency of A trains will be increased to every 10 minutes on weekdays 6am to 9.30pm, on Saturdays 9am to 9.30pm, and on Sundays 10am to 9.30pm. At quiet times such as late evening, A trains will run every 20–30 minutes. Up-to-date timetables are available in the Journey Planner.

The disruption will affect commuter train services from Leppävaara towards Kauklahti, Kirkkonummi and Siuntio. In the summer, services will be disrupted from 24 June to 28 July. There will be shorter service disruptions of one to two days in the autumn. Westbound train services from Leppävaara will be replaced by buses 211E, 211U, 211X and 249Y. The replacement buses will depart from bay 11 in Leppävaara. The buses will stop at all intermediate stations or near the stations. For up-to-date routes and timetables, see the Journey Planner.

The Espoo City Rail Link project of the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency entails the construction of two new tracks between Leppävaara and Kauklahti. Once completed, the rail link will improve the punctuality of commuter train services in Kirkkonummi and Espoo as well as the punctuality of long-distance train services in the direction of Turku. In addition, improvements will be made to the Kilo, Kera, Kaunainen, Koivuhovi, Tuomarila and Kauklahti train stations. The project started in spring 2021 and it is scheduled to be completed in 2028.