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  1. 21-03-2017

    The Community of Madrid is joining forces with Down España to change how people view Down syndrome

    The Pacífico Engine Shed is to host the mobile exhibition from 27 April to 27 May. This awareness campaign will be communicated via the various different channels which Metro Madrid can deploy. A further seven committed public companies are also taking part


  2. 21-03-2017

    The Regional Transport Consortium wins the @asLAN digital transformation award

    This was for its contactless smart card project in the ‘SmartCites’ category and comes in recognition of Madrid’s success in implementing the Public Transport Card. It beat other initiatives by the Junta de Andalucía (Andalusia Regional Government), Bilbao City Council and Albacete Provincial Council. The new Public Transport Card makes travel easier, more convenient and more reliable for over three million users


  3. 13-03-2017

    Metro announces twelve new vacancies for works and infrastructure maintenance engineers

    Candidates will be able to submit their applications until 23 March next (for Track Service vacancies) and until 24 March (for Works Service vacancies), both dates inclusive. The aim is to improve infrastructure maintenance so as to offer users better service. Metro will have announced a total of 590 vacancies by the end of 2017, 40 of them for qualified engineers


  4. 08-03-2017

    Metro Madrid improves and modernizes its offer of rehearsal facilities

    The Community of Madrid offers new renovated spaces adapted for musicians in the network. The premises at Usera and Cuzco Stations will close as of 21 March through having become obsolete. The old Áncora substation, in the Arganzuela district, will accommodate the new more spacious, modern and numerous rehearsal facilities. The Regional Government will allocate 1.17 million euro to facilitate the rehearsals of musicians and artists


  5. 03-03-2017

    El Casar metro station already has a new pedestrian entrance

    It provides service for over 3500 residents living in the Los Molinos-Buenavista district of Getafe. A lift and an escalator facilitate the transit of disabled people. The entrance saves crossing the obstacle represented by the Cercanías Line C3 surface tracks. El Casar Station recorded 2.3 million users in 2016


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