The Full Wiki

More info on Palma de Mallorca Metro

Palma de Mallorca Metro: Wikis

Advertisements
  
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Palma Metro
MP Train.JPG
Info
Locale Palma
Transit type Rapid transit
Number of lines 1
Number of stations 9
Operation
Began operation 2007
Operator(s) Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca (SFM)
Technical
System length 8.3km
Track gauge 1000mm
Mallorca rail network
Legend
+ Steam train
(Palma)
Head station
Unknown route-map component "utKBFa" + Hub
Unknown route-map component "tKBHFa" + Hub
Estació Intermodal/Plaça d'Espagna Connexio amb bus.svg
Straight track Urban tunnel stop on track Unknown route-map component "tHST"
0:01* Jacint Verdaguer
Straight track Urban tunnel stop on track Unknown route-map component "tHST"
0:03* Son Costa/Son Fortesa
Straight track Unknown route-map component "utSTRrg" Unknown route-map component "utSTRrf" Exit tunnel
Straight track Urban tunnel straight track Stop on track
0:05* Son Fuster
Straight track Urban tunnel straight track Non-passenger head station Straight track
Depot
Straight track Urban tunnel straight track Junction from left Unknown route-map component "ABZrd"
Straight track Urban tunnel straight track Unknown route-map component "ENDEe" Straight track
Depot sidings
Straight track Urban tunnel stop on track Straight track
0:05 Son Fuster Vell
Straight track Urban tunnel stop on track Straight track
0:06 Son Castelló
Straight track Urban tunnel stop on track Straight track
0:07 Gran Vía Asima
Straight track Urban tunnel straight track Stop on track
0:07* Verge de Lluc
Straight track Urban tunnel stop on track Straight track
0:08 Camí dels Reis
Straight track Exit urban tunnel Stop on track
0:08* Pont d'Inca
Stop on track + Hub
Unknown route-map component "uHST" + Hub
Straight track
0:10 Son Sardina
Straight track Enter urban tunnel Stop on track
0:10* Pont d'Inca Nou
Straight track Unknown route-map component "utKBFe" Straight track
0:13 UIB
Straight track Stop on track
0:13* Polígon de Marratxí
Straight track Junction to left Track turning from right
Straight track
Station on track + Hub
End stop + Hub
0:15 MarratxíConnexio amb bus.svg
Straight track Stop on track
0:17 El Caülls (for Festival Park)
Stop on track Straight track
Palmanvola (Santa Maria)
Stop on track Straight track
Coubet
Stop on track Straight track
Bunyola
Unknown route-map component "STRSummit" Straight track
Serra de Tramuntana
Interchange end
+ Urban railway
Straight track
(1:00) Sóller tram to Port de Sóller
Stop on track Unknown route-map component "ENDEa"
0:23 Santa Maria Connexio amb bus.svg
Junction from left Track turning right
Santa Maria siding
Stop on track
0:27 Consell/Alaró Connexio amb bus.svg
Junction to left Track turning from right
Binissalem siding
Stop on track Unknown route-map component "ENDEe"
0:31 Binissalem
Stop on track
0:35 Lloseta
Track turning from left Junction to right
Inca siding
Unknown route-map component "ENDEe" Station on track
0:39 Inca Connexio amb bus.svg
Track turning from left Junction to right
Enllaç siding
Unknown route-map component "ENDEe" Stop on track
0:44 Enllaç (and passing point)
Track turning from left Unknown route-map component "ABZrl" Track turning from right
Enllaç junction
Straight track Stop on track
0:48 Llubí Connexio amb bus.svg
Straight track Stop on track
0:52 Muro Connexio amb bus.svg
Stop on track Straight track
0:52 Sineu (and passing point)
Stop on track Straight track
0:54 Sant Joan Connexio amb bus.svg (two platforms one track)
Straight track End station
0:56 Sa Pobla
Stop on track
1:01 Petra Connexio amb bus.svg (and passing point)
Junction to left Track turning from right
End station + Hub
End stop + Hub
1:10 Manacor Connexio amb bus.svg
Connexio amb bus.svg denotes bus connections
* 1tph non-stop to Marratxí in 0:10

The Palma Metro is a metro line in Palma, Spain. It consists of nine stations and was constructed between 2005 and 2007 at cost of 312 million euros.[1] Trains run daily from 06:15 to 23:00.

The subway opened on 25 April 2007. It runs from the city centre to University of the Balearic Islands. Spanish authorities suspended operations on the line in September 2007 due to repeated flooding. Services restarted on 28 July 2008 after a 46% cost overrun. [2]

List of stations

See Majorca rail network for a network map and timings.

  • Plaça d'Espanya (Intermodal station)
  • Jacint Verdaguer
  • Son Fortesa - Son Costa
  • Son Fuster Vell
  • Son Castelló
  • Gran Vía Asima
  • Camí dels Reis
  • Son Sardina
  • UIB (Universitat de les Illes Balears)

References

  1. ^ (Spanish)"Diario de Mallorca - El precio final del metro subió 77 millones sobre lo reconocido". http://www.diariodemallorca.es/secciones/noticia.jsp?pRef=1687_2_301291__MALLORCA-metro-tiene-deficiencias-todas-estaciones. Retrieved 2008-12-29.  
  2. ^ "Palma metro reopens on Monday amid row over 46% cost overrun". Majorca Daily Bulletin. 2008-07-24. http://www.majorcadailybulletin.es/. Retrieved 2008-07-24.  

External links

Advertisements

Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message