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During 1873, another single-track railway line to Mülheim an der Ruhr was also built.
This concept is widely used in Dutch, German, and Swiss railway networks, where trains of different lines meet at the same platforms in numerous hubs all over the country.
Most advanced are coordinated cross-platform interchanges wherein interconnected trains also wait for each other to 'guarantee' scheduled interchanges, even in the event of modest delays.
In 1968, the railway line Düsseldorf-Kettwig-Essen was fully electrified, and on May 22, 1968 the first line of the Rhein-Ruhr S-Bahn started calling at Kettwig. Services at the station were substantially cut by November 1, 1977 when the station lost its autonomy due to the merger of Kettwig with the city of Essen.
The ticket hall and station hall were closed, and the station was downgraded to a dependent outpost of Essen Hauptbahnhof.
Common cross-platform interchanges allow passengers to change trains without changing to another platform.