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Discover the new green routes

The Regional Transport Consortium offers you more alternatives for walking and cycling these days

There are 38 routes covering 600 kilometres of green routes through urban spaces and parks, connecting 100 Metro, suburban and bus stations, and two of them have recently been opened, which can also be reached by underground: the first includes the northern section of the Cycling Green Belt, thus completing the route along the whole of this road. The second invites you to cycle through El Pardo, starting from Arroyofresno station and ending at Somontes.

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The opening of the Arroyofresno station in 2019 has enabled the creation of a new Green Belt, taking advantage of its proximity to the El Pardo mountain. Thus, the 20-kilometre circular route enables cyclists to see the Somontes section and some of the landmarks of the natural space, such as the Quinta del Duque de Arco Palace. For its part, the route covering the northern section of Madrid’s Cycling Green Belt is 31.5 kilometres long and the aim is to promote intermodality between the different types of public transport and sustainable mobility.

In addition to the information panels on the public transport connections, the Transport Consortium has published schematic maps that include measured distances for social distancing, section by section, between the Metro and suburban stations located on the route, as well as the bus connections on the furthest sections. The information on each route serves as a guide so that each passenger can decide which is the best route for them or which is best suited to their physical condition.

Remember that there is a generous timetable for taking your bicycle on the Metro.