Current information (departure, arrival) about the Gothenburg Central Station

Train arrival and departure times accurate to the minute:

1. Time of departure of trains Gothenburg Central (departure Gothenburg Central Station)

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Gothenburg Central Station

Gothenburg Central Station (Swedish: Göteborgs centralstation, Göteborg C) is the main railway station of Gothenburg and it is the oldest railway station in Sweden still in use. The station serves 27 million passengers per year, making it the second largest railway station in Sweden after Stockholm Central Station which it predates by 13 years. The station opened on October 4, 1858. The station is situated in the city of Gothenburg, right by Drottningtorget. The Gothenburg Central Station, Centralhuset and Nils Ericson Terminalen are a part of Resecentrum, Göteborg. Gothenburg Central Station is owned and administered by Jernhusen.

Tracks and other connections

There are 16 platform tracks at the station. Trains depart and arrive from five different railway lines:

  • To the north on the Bohus Line, towards Stenungsund, Uddevalla and Strömstad.
  • To the north on the Norway/Vänern Line, towards Älvängen, Vänersborg, Karlstad and Oslo.
  • To the east on the Western Main Line, towards Alingsås, Skövde, Stockholm and Luleå.
  • To the south on the West Coast Line, towards Kungsbacka, Malmö and Copenhagen.
  • To the southeast on Coast-to-Coast Line, towards Borås and Kalmar.

The choice of track depends mainly on which railway the train will use. This is because there is a wish to avoid crossing train paths, which would create delays. Trains to the Bohus Line and Norway/Vänern Line generally use tracks 7–11. Trains to the Western Main Line generally use tracks 1-7. Trains to the West Coast Line and Coast-to-Coast Line generally use tracks 11–16.

Drottningtorget is a junction for trams and lies right by the Gothenburg Central Station. Nordstan also has a large tram stop and a shopping mall connected to the station by an underground pedestrian tunnel.


The Station Lounge is located by track 9 at the station. There is an access fee of 149 SEK which includes restaurant food, newspapers and WLAN internet. There is also a bar. The conference section is supplied with modern equipment and admits 4–50 persons.