Computer graphics

What does Metro mean for you?

With this question we want to know how children view Metro.

What does Metro mean for you? is a contest aimed at children between 6 and 12 years of age studying at public, subsidised and private schools in the Autonomous Community of Madrid. With this initiative we want to dicover how children view the Madrid underground.

The drawings can be submitted starting on 15 January 2019, and the admission period will end on 1 March. The prizes to be distributed among the winners will include an Annual Season Ticket for the entire family and 50- and 100-journey Multi Cards. In addition, the winning schools will receive a selection of learning materials and will enjoy a guided visit to Metro facilities and the Chamberí Station museum.

A jury composed of representatives of Metro de Madrid, official organisations and the world of culture will evaluate the drawings submitted. The jury’s decision will be announced on 10 April, and the award ceremony will take place during the week of 22 April. Moreover, the drawings of the winners and runners-up will be on display in the Engine Shed museum at calle Cavanilles, 58. More information here

Specially designed computer graphics will help them understand how Metro works and the rules for its use.