Spain train map renfe

Spain rail map renfe. Spain train map renfe (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Spain train map renfe (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Renfe Operadora (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈremfe opeɾaˈðoɾa]) is the state-owned company which operates freight and passenger trains on the 1668-mm "Iberian gauge" and 1435-mm "European gauge" networks of the Spanish national railway infrastructure company ADIF (Administrador de Infraestructuras Ferroviarias) as its shown in Spain train map renfe. The company operates some 15,000 km of railways, 7,000 km of them electrified. Most of which are constructed to the broad "Iberian" gauge of 1668 mm, the same as that used in Portugal but wider than the gauge of 1435 mm which is standard in France and most of western and central Europe.
In addition to intercity transport, renfe operates commuter train systems, known as Cercanías (or Rodalies in Catalonia and Cercanías-Aldirikoak in the Basque Country), in eleven metropolitan areas, including Madrid and Barcelona as its mentioned in Spain train map renfe. The former was targeted in the 11 March 2004, Madrid train bombings. While the latter and some of the regional trains going to Barcelona have been without service since 20 October 2007. In some cities, RENFE shares the market with other commuter railway operators, such as FGC in Barcelona.
With 5,000 trains running every day in Spain as you can see in Spain train map renfe, more than 500 million passengers a year, about 15,000 committed employees who are proud of their work and the most outstanding rates for punctuality, quality and satisfaction, Renfe is working to make the train the star of mobility in Spain and, at the same time, expand our business and cross borders. In 2012, Renfe-Operadora was established as the head of a group of companies created by Royal Decree precisely to further advance the process of liberalising the railway sector and opening it up to competition.