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Map of the network, including EuskoTran service in light green and buses in grey.

EuskoTren (Eusko Trenbideak / Ferrocarriles Vascos – Basque Railways) is a railway company which operates trains on part of the 1,000 mm (3 ft 3+38 in) (metre gauge) railway network in the Basque Country, Spain. The other part is run by FEVE. EuskoTren is owned by the Basque Government. The company's operations are centered on San Sebastián and Bilbao. In 1995 a section of the railway and its personnel were transferred to Line One of Metro Bilbao.



EuskoTran (a name derived from EuskoTren and tranbia / tranvía, the Basque and Spanish words for tram), with a similar but green logo, runs tram services – in Bilbao and Vitoria-Gasteiz, where the tram networks have recently been restored.


EuskoTren also operates a number of bus links to parts of the region not directly served by rail.

Railway lines operated by EuskoTren

Trains at Amara station in San Sebastián
Several types of trains at Amara station in San Sebastián
Itinerary Name
      Atxuri (Bilbao) - Ermua Durangaldea
      Atxuri (Bilbao) - Amara (Donostia) Kostaldea
      Ermua - Eibar-Azitain Tranbia
      Lasarte Oria - Hendaia (France) Topo
      Atxuri (Bilbao) - Bermeo Urdaibai
      Deusto (Bilbao) - Lezama Txoriherri
      Escontrilla - La Reineta Funicular
      Lasao - Azpeitia Steam train (touristic)
In project:
San Antonio - Matiko Matiko (Bilbao)-Etxebarri (Projected)

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