Madrid Metro

Although in the early twentieth century Madrid had a population of about 600,000 inhabitants, jams were already a problem in the Spanish capital and was necessary to replace the tram network for some underground environment. Madrid Metro was the first to operate in Spain. In 1986, the Community of Madrid and the Madrid City Council took over the Madrid metro network.

The Madrid metro has 12 lines and 238 stations. In 21 of the stations there is correspondence with the Renfe suburban network (commuter trains). In addition, Madrid Metro is complemented by a branch that links Opera station to Principe Pio and 3 additional light rail lines that add 27.78 kms to the network and other 38 stations. In total, the network has more than 324 kms of tracks. Madrid metro carries more than two million passengers daily.

The Madrid metro network covers several other municipalities besides Madrid such as: Alcobendas, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Coslada, San Fernando de Henares, Rivas-Vaciamadrid, Arganda del Rey, Alcorcón, Leganés, Getafe , Móstoles, Fuenlabrada, Pozuelo de Alarcón and Boadilla del Monte (the last two are connected by light rail lines). It's said that Madrid Metro has so many stations that 80% of Madrid residents in any of theese twelve municipalities that it serves have a station less than 600 meters from their homes or destinations.

The maximum speed of Madrid Metro trains is 110 km/h. The system uses modern railway signaling and safety systems.

Metro Madrid Lines

Line 1: Pinar de Chamartín - Valdecarros

Line 1 operates between Pinar de Chamartín and Valdecarros serving 33 stations. The length of the route is 23,8kms. Metro Madrid Line 1 is the oldest in Spain. Stations: Pinar de Chamartín (transfer with line 4 and ML1), Bambú, Chamartín (transfer with line 10 and Cercanías y Largo Recorrido Renfe), Plaza de Castilla (transfer with lines 9 and 10 and intercity buses), Valdeacederas, Tetuán, Estrecho, Alvarado, Cuatro Caminos (transfer with line 2 Vodafone and 6), Ríos Rosas, Iglesia, Bilbao (transfer with line 4), Tribunal (transfer with line 10), Gran Vía (transfer with line 5), Vodafone Sol (transfer with line 2 Vodafone and 3 and with Cercanías de Renfe), Tirso de Molina, Antón Martín, Atocha (transfer with intercity buses), Atocha Renfe (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Menéndez Pelayo, Pacífico (transfer with line 6), Puente de Vallecas, Nueva Numancia, Portazgo, Buenos Aires, Alto del Arenal, Miguel Hernández, Sierra de Guadalupe (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Villa de Vallecas, Congosto, La Gavia, Las Suertes, Valdecarros.

Line 1 Map

Line 2 Vodafone: Las Rosas - Cuatro Caminos

Line 2 runs through city center from Las Rosas station to Cuatro Caminos. It serves 20 stations. The length of the route is 14,1 kms. Stations: Las Rosas, Avenida de Guadalajara, Alsacia, La Almudena, La Elipa, Ventas (transfer with line 5), Manuel Becerra (transfer with line 6), Goya (transfer with line 4), Príncipe de Vergara (transfer with line 9), Retiro, Banco de España, Sevilla, Vodafone Sol (transfer with lines 1 and 3 and with Cercanías de Renfe), Ópera (transfer with line 5 and Ramal Opera - Príncipe Pío), Santo Domingo, Noviciado (transfer with lines 3 and 10), San Bernardo (transfer with line 4, Quevedo, Canal (transfer with line 7), Cuatro Caminos (transfer with lines 1 and 6)

Line 2 Map

Line 3: Villaverde Alto - Moncloa.

This lines operates from north to south serving 18 stations. The length of the route is 16,4kms. Stations: Villaverde Alto (transfer with Cercanías Renfe), San Cristobal, Villaverde Bajo Cruce, Ciudad de los Ángeles, San Fermín-Orcasur, Hospital 12 de Octubre, Almendrales, Legazpi (transfer with line 6 and intercity buses), Delicias, Palos de la Frontera (transfer with intercity buses), Embajadores (transfer with line 5, Cercanías de Renfe and intercity buses), Lavapiés, Vodafone Sol (transfer with line 1 and 2 Vodafone and Cercanías de Renfe), Callao (transfer with 5), Plaza de España (transfer with lines 2 and 10), Ventura Rodríguez, Argüelles (transfer with lines 4 and 6), Moncloa (transfer with line 6 and intercity buses)

Line 3 map

Line 4: Argüelles - Pinar de Chamartín

Line 4 is 16kms long. It serves 23 stations. Stations: Argüelles (transfer with lines 3 y 6), San Bernardo (transfer with line 2 Vodafone), Bilbao (transfer with line 1), Alonso Martínez (transfer with lines 5 y 10). Colón, Serrano, Velázquez, Goya (transfer with line 2 Vodafone), Lista, Diego de León (transfer with lines 5 and 6), Avenida de América (transfer with lines 6, 7, y 9 and intercity buses), Prosperidad, Alfonso XIII, Avenida de la Paz, Arturo Soria, Esperanza, Canillas, Mar de Cristal (transfer with line 8), San Lorenzo, Parque de Santa María, Hortaleza, Manoteras, Pinar de Chamartín (transfer with line 1 and MLs 1)

Line 4 map

Line 5: Alameda de Osuna - Casa de Campo

Metro Madrid line 5 length is 23,2 Kms and serves 32 stations. It goes from Madrid south east to north east. This line circulates at deeper level than the rest in Madrid city center. Staciones: Alameda de Osuna, El Capricho, Canillejas (transfer with intercity buses), Torres Arias, Suanzes, Ciudad Lineal (transfer with intercity buses). Pueblo Nuevo (transfer with line 7), Quintana, El Carmen, Ventas (transfer with line 2 Vodafone), Diego de León (transfer with lines 4 and 6 ), Núñez de Balboa (transfer with line 9), Rubén Darío, Alonso Martínez (transfer with lines 4 and 10 ), Chueca, Gran Vía (transfer with line 1 ), Callao (transfer with line 3 ), Ópera (transfer with lines 2 Vodafone and Ramal), La Latina, Puerta de Toledo, Acacias (transfer with line 3, Cercanías de Renfe and intercity buses), Pirámides (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Marqués de Vadillo, Urgel, Oporto (transfer with line 6 and intercity buses), Vista Alegre, Carabanchel, Eugenia de Montijo, Aluche (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe and intercity buses), Empalme, Campamento (transfer with intercity buses), Casa de Campo (transfer with line 10 ).

Line 5 map

Line 6: Circular

Line 6 is one of the 2 circular lines in Metro Madrid. Its length is about 23,5 kms and serves 28 stations. This line circulates at deeper level. When going through Cuatro Caminos it can circulate at 60 meters underground. Stations: Laguna (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Carpetana, Oporto (transfer with line 5 and with intercity buses), Opañel, Plaza Elíptica (transfer with line 11 and with intercity buses), Usera,Legazpi (transfer with line 3 and with intercity buses), Arganzuela-Planetario, Méndez Álvaro (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe and with intercity buses), Pacífico (transfer with line 1), Conde de Casal (transfer with intercity buses), Sainz de Baranda (transfer with line 9), O'Donnell, Manuel Becerra (transfer with line 2 Vodafone), Diego de León (transfer with lines 4 and 5 ), Avenida de América (transfer with lines 4, 7 and 9 and with intercity buses), República Argentina, Nuevos Ministerios (transfer with lines 8 and 10 and with Cercanías de Renfe), Cuatro Caminos (transfer with lines 1 and 2 Vodafone), Guzmán el Bueno (transfer with line 7 ), Metropolitano, Ciudad Universitaria, Moncloa (transfer with line 3 and with intercity buses), Argüelles (transfer with lines 3 and 4 ), Príncipe Pío (transfer with lines 10 and Ramal, with Cercanías de Renfe and with intercity buses), Puerta del Ángel, Alto de Extremadura, Lucero.

Line 6 map

Line 7: Hospital del Henares - Pitis

It operates from north east to Madrid east. It serves 30 stations and is almost 33 kms long. Stations: Hospital del Henares, Henares, Jarama, San Fernando, La Rambla, Coslada Central (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Barrio del Puerto, Estadio Olímpico (change trains), Las Musas, San Blas, Simancas, García Noblejas, Ascao, Pueblo Nuevo (transfer with la line 5), Barrio de la Concepción, Parque de las Avenidas, Cartagena, Avenida de América (transfer with las lines 4, 6 and 9 and with intercity buses), Gregorio Marañón (transfer with la line 10), Alonso Cano, Canal (transfer with la line 2 Vodafone), Islas Filipinas, Guzmán el Bueno (transfer with line 6), Francos Rodríguez, Valdezarza, Antonio Machado, Peñagrande, Avenida de la Ilustración, Lacoma, Pitis (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe).

Line 7 map

Line 8: Nuevos Ministerios - Aeropuerto

It operates from Madrid nort east to Barajas Airport. Line 8 serves 8 stations. Its length is 16,5 kms. It's the third shortest line of the system but also one of the fastest. Stations: Nuevos Ministerios (transfer with lines 6 and 10 and with Cercanías de Renfe), Colombia (transfer with line 9), Pinar del Rey, Mar de Cristal (transfer with la line 4), Campo de las Naciones, Aeropuerto T1-T2-T3, Barajas, Aeropuerto T4

Line 8 map

Line 9: Paco de Lucía - Arganda del Rey

Line 9 rosses Madrid from North to South East serving 27 stations. Total length of the route is 38 kms. Line 9 gets to Rivas-Vaciamadrid and Arganda del Rey. Stations: Paco de Lucía, Mirasierra, Herrera Oria, Barrio del Pilar, Ventilla, Plaza de Castilla (transfer with lines 1 and 10 and with intercity buses), Duque de Pastrana, Pío XII, Colombia (transfer with line 8), Concha Espina, Cruz del Rayo, Avenida de América (transfer with lines 4, 6 y and and with intercity buses), Núñez de Balboa (transfer with line 5), Príncipe de Vergara (transfer with line 2 Vodafone), Ibiza, Sainz de Baranda (transfer with line 6) Estrella,Vinateros, Artilleros, Pavones, Valdebernardo, Vicálvaro (transfer with intercity buses), San Cipriano, Puerta de Arganda (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe, train change), Rivas Urbanizaciones, Rivas Futura, Rivas Vaciamadrid, La Poveda, Arganda del Rey

Line 9 map

Line 10: Hospital Infanta Sofía - Puerta del Sur.

Line 10 circulates from north Madrid to south east. It serves 31 stations and its 36,5 kms long. Stations: Hospital Infanta Sofía, Reyes Católicos, Baunatal, Manuel de Falla, Marqués de la Valdavia, La Moraleja, La Granja, Ronda de la Comunicación, Las Tablas (transfer with ML 1), Montecarmelo, Tres Olivos (change of trains), Fuencarral, Begoña, Chamartín (transfer with Renfe and with intercity buses), Plaza de Castilla (transfer with lines 1 and 9 and with intercity buses), Cuzco, Santiago Bernabéu, Nuevos Ministerios (transfer with line 6 and 8 and with Cercanías de Renfe), Gregorio Marañón (transfer with line 7), Alonso Martínez (transfer with lines 4 and 5), Tribunal (transfer with line 1), Plaza de España (transfer with line 2 Vodafone), Príncipe Pío (transfer with lines 6 and Ramal, with Cercanías de Renfe and with intercity buses), Lago, Batán, Casa de Campo (transfer with line 5), Colonia Jardín (transfer with lines ML 2 and ML 3), Aviación Española, Cuatro Vientos (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Joaquín Vilumbrales, Puerta del Sur (transfer with line 12)

Line 10 map

Line 11: Plaza Elíptica - La Fortuna

Line 11 is 8,5 kms long and servers 7 stations. It's the shortest line in metro Madrid. Stations: Plaza Elíptica (transfer with line 6 and with intercity buses), Abrantes, Pan Bendito, San Francisco, Carabanchel Alto, La Peseta, La Fortuna

Line 11 map

Line 12: MetroSur

It's the second circular line in metro Madrid. It serves 28 stations and is almost 41 kms long. Stations: Puerta del Sur, Parque Lisboa, Alcorcón Central (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe ), Parque Oeste, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Móstoles Central (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe ), Pradillo, Hospital de Móstoles, Manuela Malasaña, Loranca, Hospital de Fuenlabrada, Parque Europa, Fuenlabrada Central (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe ), Parque de los Estados, Arroyo Culebro, Conservatorio, Alonso de Mendoza, Getafe Central (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe ), Juan de la Cierva, El Casar (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe ), Los Espartales, El Bercial, El Carrascal, Julián Besteiro, Casa del Reloj, Hospital Severo Ochoa, Leganés Central (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe ), San Nicasio.

Line 12 map

Line Ramal Opera - Príncipe Pío

This lines is made up of just 2 stations. Stations are linked by a 1,09kms tunnel. Stations: Opera (transfer with lines 2 Vodafone and 5), Príncipe Pío (transfer with lines 6 and 10, with intercity buses and with Cercanías de Renfe).

Line ramal map

Madrid Light Train (Metro ligero) lines and stations

ML1: Pinar de Chamartí­n - Las Tablas

The legnth of this route is 5,4 kms. It serves 9 stations of which 5 are underground. Stations: Pinar de Chamartín (transfer with lines 1 and 4), Fuente de la Mora (transfer with Cercanías de Renfe), Virgen del Cortijo, Antonio Saura, Álvarez de Villamil, Blasco Ibáñez, María Tudor, Palas de Rey, Las Tablas (transfer with line 10)

Metro Madrid Metro Ligero line 1 map

Metro Mad ML1

ML2: Colonia Jardín - Estación de Aravaca

ML2 is 8,7kms long. It serves 13 stations of wich 3 circulate underground. Max. speed of trains in this line is 70kms/h. Stations: Colonia Jardín (transfer with lines 10 and ML 3), Prado de la Vega, Colonia de los Ángeles, Prado del Rey, Somosaguas Sur, Somosaguas Centro, Pozuelo Oeste, Bélgica, Dos Castillas, Campus de Somosaguas, Avenida de Europa, Berna, Estación de Aravaca.

Metro Madrid Metro Ligero line 2 map

Metro Mad ML2

ML3: Colonia Jardín - Puerta de Boadilla

ML3 length is 13,7 km. It serves 16 stations, only 2 of them are underground. Stations: Colonia Jardín (transfer with line 10 and ML 2), Ciudad de la Imagen, José Isbert, Ciudad del Cine, Cocheras, Retamares, Montepríncipe, Ventorro del Cano, Prado del Espino, Cantabria, Ferial de Boadilla, Boadilla Centro, Nuevo Mundo, Siglo XXI, Infante Don Luís, Puerta de Boadilla

Metro Madrid Metro Ligero line 3 map

Metro Mad ML3

Metro Madrid hours of operation

Metro Madrid has the same hours every day of the year, from 6:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.. As an exception to this rule, Pitis station on line 7, Puerta de Arganda-Arganda del Rey section, and some others have an special schedule.

Bikes can be carried free on Metro Madrid trains at al hours except from 7:30h. to 9:30 h., from 14:00 h. to 16:00 h. and from 18:00 h. 20:00 h. on weekdays.

Frequency

The frequency of Metro Madrid trains depends on the time of day, the day and the line. It varies from 3-4 minutes at peak hours on working days to 15-20 minutes on weekends and holidays for the lesser used lines. But we can say that most of the day frequency is between 5 and 9 minutes.

Prices: Tickets and season tickets

Metro Madrid fare zones are a bit complicated to understand. The same can be said about their tickets and validation rules. Each zone includes lines or sections of lines and stations. They have different names: Metro Madrid, Metro Sur, TMF, Metro Norte, Metro Este,...

To summarize we can say that there are 3 types of tickets: single (valid for one zone), combined (valid for the entire network) and the airport supplement. The price of single tickets is 1.5 to 2 euros, for the combined tickets is 3 euros and the supplement for the airport is another 3 euros. There are versions of 10 trips for each of the previous tickets that result in some savings compared. Depending on the zone these 10 travel tickets price varies between 12.20 and € 18.30.

Tickets valid for the whole network

Tickets valid for zones A, B1, B2 and B3: Metro Ligero line 1, Metrosur, Metro Norte, Metro Oeste, TFM and Metro Ligero Oeste. That is, Madrid and other municipalities in the city of Madrid.

  • Combined 1 trip ticket: its price is 3 euros and this ticket allow you to make a single trip across whole Metro Madrid network, any day of the week.
  • Combined 10 trips ticket: it cost 18,30€. It's the same than the previous ticket but you get a discount on the price.

Tickets valid for Metro Madrid Zone A and ML1

  • Single Metro Zona A ticket: it cost 1,50-2€. With this ticket you can make a trip between any two Metro stations in Zone A and ML1. The price would be 1,5 euros if the journey is up to 5 stations. Over 5 stations you would pay 0,10€ per additional station. Maximum price would be 2€.
  • 10 Metrobus journeys: price 12,20€. This ticekt is valid for Metro Madrid zone A and all EMT stations but those in line Plaza de Colón-Aeropuerto.

MetroSur Tickets

Metro Sur serves Alcorcón, Leganés and Getafe (zone B1) and Móstoles and Fuenlabrada (zone B2)

  • Single MetroSur ticket: it costs 1,50€. It's valid for any journay in line 12, Puerta del Sur and Joaquí­n Vilumbrales in line 10.
  • 10 MetroSur journeys: it costs 11,20€. It's valid for the same zones than the single ticket but you get 2,8 euros discount on the price.

MetroNorte or line 10 tickets

Metro Norte cover line 10, Alcobendas and San Sebastián de los Reyes. It's zone B1.

  • Single MetroNorte ticket: Price 1,50€. The ticket is valid for one journey in any section between Hospital Infanta Sofía and La Granja Stations within MetroNorte
  • 10 MetroNorte tickets. Price 11,20€. Same than the previous ticket but get the quantity discount.

MetroEste tickets

MetroEste serves Coslada and San Fernando de Henares. Zone B1.

  • Sigle MetroEste ticket. Price is 1,50€. You can make a journey between Hospital del Henares station and Barrio del Puerto
  • 10 MetroEste journeys ticket. It costs 11,20€. You get a discount on the price.

TMF tickets

TMF covers a line 9 section between Puerta de Arganda station (Zone A) to Rivas Vaciamadrid (zones B1 and B2) and Arganda del Rey (Zonae B3).

  • Single TFM ticket. It costs 2,00€. You can use it to make a journey between any of these stations: Puerta de Arganda, Rivas-Urbanizaciones, Rivas Futura, Rivas-Vaciamadrid, La Poveda and Arganda del Rey.
  • 10 TFM journeys ticket. Price 12,20€.

Airport tickets

It is an additional fee to be paid to reach Barajas airport stations. There is one in the T1, T2, T3 terminals and another in the T4. Dont have to pay this supplement if traveling on Travel Pass (except interzonal passes B1-B2-B3 B2, B3-C1 and C1-C2), or AENA card.

Tickets for metro ligero oeste

Metro ligero oeste serves Madrid, Boadilla del Monte, Alcorcón and Pozuelo de Alarcón.

  • Metro Ligero Oeste single ticket. Price 2,00€. You can make a jourmey between any ML2 station or between ML3 station. But if you make a transfer bweteen these lines you have to purchase a new ticket
  • 10 Metro Ligero Oeste journeys ticket, cost 12,20€.

About the tickets

Children up to 4 years old dont need ticket. Tickets can be acquired on any station, EMT kiosks, newspaper kiosks... It's mandatory to validate the tickets in the turnstiles.

Season tickets and cards

Standard, youngs and senior season tickets

Metro Madrid offers has season tickets with significant discounts. There are monthly and annual season tickets. Also zonal and inter-zonal. Price varies depending on the valid zones and the age of the user. They are personal titles. There are young season tickets (up to 23 years), standard (23 to 64) and seniors (over 64 years). There are also discounts for large families and people with disabilities. Prices for standard ticket vary between € 54 Zone A and 131.8 of the E2 area. Young tickets between 35 € and € 97.4 for the same areas. Tickets for the elderly always cost € 12.30.

30 days ticket

Its a season tickets valid for 30 days with the same features than the tickets above.

Childrens card

It's a card for 4, 5 and 6 years old children. Free for the first request and 6 euros successive times (in case of loss or theft).

Large families and people with disabilities cards

With these card large standard families get 20% discount, large special families get 50% and 20% people with a degree of disability higher than 65% .

Blue card

This card is intended for people over 65 years old and disabled people who meet certain financial requirements. With it you can travel around Metro Madrid Zone A and ML1. It costs 6.20 euros.

Tourist ticket

With this card you can use all public transport in the community of Madrid. There are 2 zones: A and T. Zone A includes Metro Madrid, Renfe and ML1 and the T-zone the entire network .The tickets are valid for for 1,2,3,5 and 7 days. Prices are 8.40, 14.20, 18.40, 26.80 and € 35.40 for 1,2,3,5 and 7 days in zone A and 17, 28.40, 35.40, 50.80 and 70.80 euros for the T-zone . It's a good choice for visitors to the city of Madrid.

Metro Madrid Zones

  • MetroMadrid (zone A) is the central part of the system, within the limits of the city of Madrid. It's almost 60% of the network. It also includes ML1.
  • MetroSur (zones B1 and B2) includes line 12 and the last 2 line 10 stations: Joaquín Vilumbrales and Puerta del Sur. It serves Alcorcón, Leganés, Getafe, Fuenlabrada, Móstoles.
  • MetroEste (zone B1) is an extension of line 7 from Estadio Olímpico to Hospital de Henares. It passing through Coslada and San Fernando de Henares.
  • MetroNorte (zone B1): Operating since 2007. It includes line 10 from La Granja to Hospital Infanta Sofía. It serves the north of Madrid, Alcobendas and San Sebastián de los Reyes.
  • MetroEste (zones B1 and B2): Includes Metro Ligero ML2 and ML3 lines. Connects Pozuelo de Alarcón and Boadilla del Monte to line 10 in the Colonia Jardín station.
  • TFM (zones B1, B2 and B3) is an extension of line 9 from Puerta de Arganda covering the areas of Rivas-Vaciamadrid and Arganda del Rey.

Curious facts

Madrid metro was used as shelter during the bombing of the Civil War. Also as arsenal and even for transporting troops.

The first day of operation Metro Madrid was used by 56,220 tavellers who paid 15 cents of peseta per trip. This made a total of 8,433 pesetas.

Chamberí station, one of the original stations on line 1 was closed in 1966. After 40 years of inactivity, it was opened as a museum. And since 2008 it is the Interpretation Center of Metro de Madrid within the project Anden 0.

Metro de Madrid circulates on the left, while the international standard is driving on the right.

Metro de Madrid was known as Ferrocarril Metropolitano Alfonso XIII (Metropolitan Railway Alfonso XIII) in its early days, since the king was one of the main sources of capital that supported the project.

Most of the Madrid metro network is underground and heavy underground. It's the subway system with more kilometers of tunnels in the world. It is also a very accessible network with the largest number of escalators in the world (1694) and with more elevators (519).

Metro Madrid use alternative ways to get fundings. Some do not like at all, as the controversial Naming. Naming is to rename stations for advertising purposes. For example Vodafone Sol Station and Metro line 2, which have added Vodafone trademark to ther names until 2016. Metro de Madrid is also renting metro stations to be used as scenarios for ads. Finally, Madrid metro will also use an advertising system in tunnels so that users can see advertising simply looking out the windows.

Contact

Customer Service, information, complaints, suggestions:

  • Mail: C/ Cavanilles, 58 28007 Madrid
  • At any station.
  • Through Centro Interactivo de Atención al Cliente. It's open from 8h a 22h
    • 365 days/year:
    • Phone: 902 444 403 - 917 796 399
    • Fax: 917 212 957
  • In Centros de Atención al Cliente y Oficinas de gestión de la Tarjeta de Transporte público (Nuevos Ministerios, Avenida de América, Plaza de Castilla, Ciudad Universitaria, Atocha-Renfe, Coslada Central, Móstoles Central, Leganés Central and Fuenlabrada Central stations). Service hours are from 7am to 22h every working day, from 10 to 22h Saturdays and from 10 to 22h on Sundays and holidays in the Nuevos Ministerios station.
  • Internet and social networks: Twitter and Facebook

Compensations

Madrid Metro customers are entitled to a refund of the ticket or a new one with the same features (excluding cards and season tickets) when journey hasn't been completed due to:

  • Suspension of service.
  • When the frequency of service is over 15 min and should be less than 8 minutes.
  • In trains with frequencies above 8 minutes with delays of twice its regular frequency

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  • Passengers/Day 2.500.000
  • Fares: 1.5 - 3.00
  • 24h operation: No
  • Air Conditioning: Yes
  • Walk between platforms: Yes
  • Driverless trains: No
  • Screen Doors Platforms: Tests in 2010, plans for 2011
  • Operator: TFM, Metro de Madrid, MetroOeste.
  • 1.50-2.00€
  • Madrid Metro Official Website
  • Tlf: 902 444 403 / 91 779 63 99
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