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Barcelona Metro Line 4
Legend
 
Urban tunnel straight track
 Service line L11.gif
L3.gif L11.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Trinitat Nova
depot  
Urban tunnel straight track Unknown route-map component "utKDSa"
 
 
Unknown route-map component "utABZrg" Unknown route-map component "utSTRrf"
 
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Via Júlia
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Llucmajor
L5.gif 
Unknown route-map component "uetBHF"
 Virrei Amat (in construction)
 
Unknown route-map component "utSTRq" Unknown route-map component "utABZlg"
 Service line L5.gif
L5.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Maragall
L9gris.svg 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Guinardó
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Joanic
L5.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Verdaguer
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Girona
L2.gif L3.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Passeig de Gràcia Rodalies de Catalunya.svg
 
Unknown route-map component "utSTRq" Unknown route-map component "utABZlg"
  service line L4.gif (L3.gif old branch)
L1.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Urquinaona
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Jaume I
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Barceloneta
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Ciutadella - Vila Olímpica
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Bogatell
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Llacuna
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Poblenou
T4.gif 
Urban railway Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Selva de Mar
T4.gif 
Urban railway Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 El Maresme - Fòrum
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Besòs Mar
T4.gif 
Urban railway Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 Besòs
L2.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utINT"
 La Pau
 
Unknown route-map component "utABZ3rg" Unknown route-map component "utABZrf"
  service line L2.gif (line of L4.gif in the past)
 
Unknown route-map component "utENDEe" Urban tunnel straight track
 depot
 
Urban tunnel unused stop on in-use track
 Santander
L9gris.svg 
Unknown route-map component "uetBHF"
 Sagrera-TAV Rodalies de Catalunya.svg AVE
L1.gif L5.gif L9gris.svg 
Unknown route-map component "utexINTe"
 Sagrera-Meridiana (line enlargement)
Barcelona Gran Metro (1934)
Legend
 
Unknown route-map component "utKBFa"
 Lesseps
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Fontana
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Diagonal-Psg de Gràcia (now Diagonal)
 
Urban tunnel stop on track
 Aragó (now Psg. de Gràcia)
now L3.gif 
Unknown route-map component "utSTRrg" Unknown route-map component "utABZrl" Urban tunnel turning from right
 now L4.gif
Catalunya 
Urban tunnel stop on track Urban tunnel stop on track
 Urquinaona
Liceu 
Unknown route-map component "utKBFe" Urban tunnel stop on track
 Jaume I
 
Unknown route-map component "utKBFe"
 Correus (now closed)

MetroBarcelona L4 Logo.PNGLine 4, currently known as Trinitat Nova – La Pau, usually called "línia groga" (yellow line), is a line in the Barcelona Metro network operated by TMB, and part of the ATM fare-integrated transport network. It serves the northern districts of the city, and it is currently being extended to the new major metro and rail stations Estació de la Sagrera and Sagrera-Meridiana.

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Overview

Opened to the public in the 1960s, it serves the northern half of Barcelona as Gran Metro de Barcelona, covering a wide C-shaped area stretching from La Pau (in la Verneda) to Trinitat Nova, where it is linked with the recent L11. The 16.7 kilometres that make up the whole line are underground.

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Chronology

  • 1973 – Joanic-Jaume I section opened (part of it had been part of L3 previously)
  • 1974 – Joanic-Guinardó section opened
  • 1976 – Jaume I-Barceloneta section opened
  • 1977 – Barceloneta-Selva de Mar section opened
  • 1982 – Guinardó-Via Júlia and Selva de Mar-La Pau sections opened.
  • 1985 – La Pau-Pep Ventura section opened
  • 1999 – Via Júlia-Trinitat Nova section opened.
  • 2002 – La Pau-Pep Ventura section closed (and moved to L2)
  • 2003 – El Maresme-Fòrum station opened.

Technical details

  • Colour on map: Yellow
  • Number of stations: 22
  • Type: Conventional metro
  • Length: 16.7 km (10.4 mi)
  • Rolling stock: 2100 and 9000 series
  • Journey time: 27 minutes
  • Track gauge: 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in)
  • Traction: Electricity
  • Power supply: Rigid overhead wire
  • Open-air sections: No
  • Mobile phone coverage: Partial
  • Depots: Trinitat Nova, Verneda (Triangle Ferroviari)

Current stations

Trinitat Nova metro station: lines 4 and 11

Stations or lines shown in italics are under construction.

Barcelona Metro
Barcelona Metro Logo.svg Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona:
L1 barcelona.svg Line 1 L2 barcelona.svg Line 2 L3 barcelona.svg Line 3
Hosp. BellvitgeFondo Paral·lelPep Ventura Zona UniversitàriaTrinitat Nova
L4 barcelona.svg Line 4 L5 barcelona.svg Line 5 L9 barcelona.svg Line 9
Trinitat NovaLa Pau Cornellà CentreHorta Can PeixauetCan Zam
L11 barcelona.svg Line 11 Fmontjuic.svg Funicular de Montjuïc
Trinitat NovaCan Cuiàs Parc de MontjuïcParal·lel
Under construction:
L9 barcelona.svg Line 9 L10 barcelona.svg Line 10
Aeroport-Terminal SudBon Pastor Zona Franca ZALGorg
Logotip FGC.svg Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya:
L6 barcelona.svg Line 6 L7 barcelona.svg Line 7 L8 barcelona.svg Line 8
Pça CatalunyaReina Elisenda Pça CatalunyaAv. Tibidabo Pça EspanyaMolí Nou
List of Barcelona metro stations

References


Simple English

Line 4, currently known as Trinitat Nova – La Pau, usually called "línia groga" (yellow line), is a line in the Barcelona Metro network operated by TMB.

Contents

=Chronology

=

  • 1973 – Joanic-Jaume I section opened (part of it had been part of L3 previously)
  • 1974 – Joanic-Guinardó section opened
  • 1976 – Jaume I-Barceloneta section opened
  • 1977 – Barceloneta-Selva de Mar section opened
  • 1982 – Guinardó-Via Júlia and Selva de Mar-La Pau sections opened.
  • 1985 – La Pau-Pep Ventura section opened
  • 1999 – Via Júlia-Trinitat Nova section opened.
  • 2002 – La Pau-Pep Ventura section closed (and moved to L2)
  • 2003 – El Maresme-Fòrum station opened.

Technical details

  • Colour on map: Yellow
  • Number of stations: 22
  • Type: Conventional metro
  • Length: 16.7 km (10.4 mi)
  • Rolling stock: 1100 and 2100 series
  • Journey time: 27 minutes
  • Track gauge: 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in)
  • Traction: Electricity
  • Power supply: Rigid overhead wire
  • Open-air sections: No
  • Mobile phone coverage: Partial
  • Depots: Trinitat Nova, Verneda (Triangle Ferroviari)

Current stations

Stations or lines shown in italics are under construction.

  • Trinitat Nova (L11)
  • Via Júlia
  • Llucmajor
  • Maragall (L5)
  • Guinardó | Hospital de Sant Pau (L9, L10)
  • Alfons X
  • Joanic
  • Verdaguer (L5)
  • Girona
  • Passeig de Gràcia (L2, L3, RENFE)
  • Urquinaona (L1)
  • Jaume I
  • Barceloneta
  • Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica (T4)
  • Bogatell
  • Llacuna
  • Poblenou
  • Selva de Mar (T4)
  • El Maresme-Fòrum (T4)
  • Besòs Mar
  • Besòs (T5)
  • La Pau (L2)
  • Santander (under construction)
  • Sagrera-Tav (under construction) (L9, L10)
  • Sagrera-Meridiana (under construction) (L1 L5, L9, L10)

References


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