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  1. 08-11-2017

    Metro participates in the 17th Science Week with Open Doors

    The activities will take place until 19 November with a view to publicizing the Company’s achievements in technology and innovation. The COMMIT centre, the Metro Central Command Post, the Information Technology Centre and the Canillejas facility are opened to the public. Guided visits are also organized to the Pacífico Engine Shed and Chamberí Station. The activities programmed by Metro Madrid are free

  2. 06-11-2017

    The Community sets up a new centre for passenger service and the handling of property lost in the Metro

    Opening hours are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. The office, located at Plaza de Castilla Station, also accommodates a new Metro shop. Metro Madrid handles around 35,000 lost articles a year. In 2016 the Sol passenger service centre dealt with a total of 33,895 enquiries, 34.52 % regarding Metro routes.

  3. 05-11-2017

    The Community shows the renewed commitment of Metro users to the campaign “Estás a un metro de salvar muchas vidas”

    It is the seventh edition of the blood donation campaign. The Red Cross, Coca Cola, the Blood Transfusion Centre and the Underground join forces in this public-spirited initiative. The campaign begins this Monday and will continue on until 1 December from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. Donation buses will be parked outside 9 Metro network stations

  4. 01-11-2017

    The Community assigns 238.5 million euro to the maintenance of Metro facilities

    Two thirds of that amount will be allocated to cleaning the stations in the network over the next four years. The power supply in 2018 and 2019 will entail an amount of 70 million euro. In addition, another 13 million will be assigned to the maintenance and repair of 634 escalators. The aim is to improve the quality of the service offered to its more than 2.2 million daily users

  5. 30-10-2017

    Cifuentes bids farewell to the paper ticket in the Metro and welcomes the Multi card

    Madrilenians will save 27 tons of paper a year and 1.8 million euro with this measure. Tomorrow, Tuesday, is the last day of issue of magnetic tickets, which can be used until the end of the year. The Public Transport Card (TTP) and the Multi Card will be the only carriers as from 2018. “This step is an example of the firm commitment of the Community to the modernization of public transport”, stated the Regional President.


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