This sensor will provide you with time table information of the Nederlandse Spoorwegen train service in the Netherlands.
To obtain an API key, create an account on the NS API-Portaal and obtain an API key for the
Reisinformatie API which is part of the
nederlandse_spoorwegen integration can be configured using
configuration.yaml as shown below:
# Example configuration.yaml entry sensor: - platform: nederlandse_spoorwegen api_key: NS_API_KEY routes: - name: Rotterdam-Amsterdam from: Rtd to: Asd - name: Groningen-Zwolle-Maastricht from: Gn to: Mt via: Zl - name: 'AlmereBuiten-Duivendrecht-the-08h06m-train' from: Almb to: Dvd time: '08:06:00'
Station codes must be used and can be looked up here.
The default behavior (without configuration variable
time) gives you the information about the next train that fits the criteria (
When using the configuration variable
time, you can search for a specific train.
This is convenient when searching for the next train doesn’t give you enough time to base an automation on.
E.g., when you normally take the 08h06m train and want to get information about this train, but there is another train
that’s departing just minutes before your train, your time window to warn you on a delay might be too small.
time only updates the route sensor during a time window around the chosen time.
Outside this window, the route sensor’s state is
The window is from half an hour before the chosen time until half an hour after the chosen time.
In this way, you can have multiple routes with specific trains before hitting the FUP threshold for using NS API.
The data are coming from Nederlandse Spoorwegen.