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  1. 10-08-2018

    The third stage of works on Line 9 is set to start tomorrow, extending the service closure to Avenida de América

    From 11 to 19 August, even though the works will continue on part of the line until 1 September. There will be two bus replacement services: one will only cover the stretch from Puerta de Arganda to San Cipriano and the other one from Puerta de Arganda to Sainz de Baranda. The works will improve the safety, comfort and infrastructure of the line.


  2. 09-08-2018

    The works for the installation of lifts at Barrio de la Concepción Station are completed to 50% of their full execution

    From 10.00 p.m. to the end of the service, from 10 to 19 August, trains will not stop at the platform for Estadio Metropolitano. The budget for these works is over €3 M. These works are included in the Metro Accessibility Plan 2016-2020.


  3. 03-08-2018

    The Regional Government has opened two new Customer Offices for Public Transport Card (TTP) users.

    These offices will manage requests for new TTPs and will be able to update them and provide information on the public transport system. Last year, they assisted over a million customers. Gonzalo has visited the new facilities that the Transport Consortium has set up at Méndez Álvaro.


  4. 02-08-2018

    The start of the second stage of Line 9 works between Rivas Vaciamadrid and San Cipriano Stations

    From 4 August to 1 September the replacement bus service will also be changed to cover the new affected section. The works will improve the safety, comfort and infrastructure of the line.


  5. 30-07-2018

    We have started a comprehensive technological revolution at Metro in order to design the station of the future

    The Regional Government of Madrid has started a comprehensive digital transformation plan at Metro de Madrid and today, the President of the Autonomous Community of Madrid Ángel Garrido, accompanied by the Secretary for Transport, Housing and Infrastructure Rosalía Gonzalo, has visited the Station 4.0 Technological Centre (Centro Tecnológico de la Estación 4.0 or CTE), where this technological revolution is brewing. In this centre, located at Canillejas, new commercial products are tested and approved so they can later be submitted to the public tenders called by Metro —which will turn a hundred years this autumn— for the renovation of the stations.


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