The day-to-day work is little affected, and their priority continues to simply make the experience of using Central Station a safe and attractive one, says press spokesperson Cecilia Granat to Radio Sweden. She says only the police can talk about the security measures, and for her company their work continues as normal.
"Our priorities are that the travelers can find there way at the stations, they can do there shopping and that they feel that it's a good place to be," Granat says.
Staff at the station's tourist information desk say no passengers have asked any questions related to the raised threat level announced by Swedish police.
Nor do volunteers at Stockholm's Central Station meeting refugees feel affected by the security alert that is making front page news.