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Interliner is an express bus system in the Netherlands. In this country the backbone of public transport is the railroad system, and buses are used complementary. While most bus lines have many stops and are for small distances, Interliner buses travel longer distances with fewer stops, where one can not go by train, or where this would be a considerable detour.

For example they connect North Holland to the northeast using the Afsluitdijk, connect Rotterdam to three islands in the southwest using a tunnel, two dams and a bridge, serve Drachten (which is not served by a railroad), connect Lelystad to the north through the Noordoostpolder, and Groningen (city) to Emmen.

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