Train travelers to Belgium and Germany will soon have to reserve a seat in advance on many trains from mid-June. The Dutch railway company NS is taking measures against overcrowded trains. It will also limit the number of cheap tickets to Belgium, AD reports.

While NS’s main problem on domestic routes is fewer travelers, the opposite is true on international trains to Belgium and Germany. A record number of people booked an international trip with NS last year, leading to major crowding problems in the summer. It often happened that not all waiting travelers could get on a train or that trains skipped stations because they were already full.

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