Maintenance work on the road to Anime 2017

During the weekend of Anime 2017, the city of The Hague is carrying out major maintenance work on the arterial road Raamweg-Koningskade-Zuid Hollandlaan.

This means that the Raamweg will be closed in both directions between Javastraat and Laan Copes van Cattenburch. Koningskade will also be closed in the direction of Scheveningen. Traffic will still be able to access Mauritskade from Koningskade.

The area will remain accessible to public transport, especially by tram. Cyclists and pedestrians will face only minimum disruption from the work. So, try to travel by these means as much as possible.

If you must travel by car, try to avoid the rush hour as much as possible as travel times could increase by over 30 minutes. You can use Google Maps and the traffic information provided by the ANWB and Traffic Information Services to see where roads are most congested.

The city center can be reached by car via the S200 (outer ring road). You can then opt to avoid the work by taking a route over it via the N440 (Hubertus Tunnel) and the N14 (Sijtwende Tunnel) or under it via the N211 (Lozerlaan). There will be electronic signs to indicate the fastest route at any given time.

Please be aware that diversions may vary from day to day, but if you follow the instructions, you can be sure of finding the most effective route.

Visit for more information about the roadblocks and diversions. On you can find up-to-date news about delays.
There is even a Raamweg-app which can be found in the App Store, Window Store or Google Play. This app is basically a small version of the website, but it also sends notifications when the diversion routes are congested and delays that last over 45 minutes. The app is only available in Dutch.

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