Public transport in The Hague: routes and times
Various bus, tram, metro and train companies operate in The Hague and the surrounding area. HTM runs 12 tram lines and 8 bus routes through the Hague region. The tram and bus lines run in Delft, Delft, Zoetermeer, Leidschendam, Voorburg, Rijswijk, Nootdorp and Wateringen.
HTM has red-and-white buses.
HTM operates 3 different types of trams.
Picture of a red-and-beige tram (line 1, 6, 12, 16), a RandstadRail tram (line 2, 3, 4, 19) and a R-net tram (line 2, 9, 11, 15, 17).
The buses, RandstadRail trams and R-net trams have a level entrance with no step up. Passengers with a pushchair, wheeled walker or wheelchair can get in easily. The red-and-beige trams have three steps at the entrance.
All the routes with trams and buses are shown on an overview. This free map is provided in a handy, fold-out credit card format. It can be obtained from HTM Service Points. Look at the overview of tram and bus routes.
Buses, metros and trains from the following public transport companies operate in The Hague and its surrounding area:
- Bus The Haque surrounding: EBS (buses)
- Rotterdam: RET (metro line E and buses)
- Bus Rotterdam surrounding: Arriva (buses)
- NS (trains)
Plan your journey
Use this journey planner to plan your journey in the Netherlands, from door to door. You can of course also look at the timetables for each line and stop.
On Friday and Saturday, HTM night buses will get you home quickly and safely. HTM night buses leave from the centre of The Hague at the Buitenhof stop and run right through to the wee small hours to Scheveningen, Leidschendam, Rijswijk, Ypenburg and Leidschenveen, Nootdorp and Delft. The buses and stops used by the night buses can be recognised by the numbers N1 through to N6. Look at the routes.
The night buses leave the centre of The Hague at 01:45 on Friday and Saturday nights, running every hour until 05:00. The bus driver only stops on request. You can buy a ticket for the night bus from the driver for €5.