Chamartín Station is the infrastructure that brings the whole project to life. The Ministry of Public Works will act through its Railway Infrastructure Manager, Adif, to build a new station, integrating it into the urban fabric, expanding its capacity, and turning it into the main operations centre for Spanish High Speed trains, signifi cantly improving the region’s commuter network.

Madrid Nuevo Norte will coordinate a powerful and innovative public transport network from this station, which will not only service the new neighbourhoods that are created, but will also signifi cantly change the way that people get around in Madrid.

TRANSPORT HUBS AND NODES

THE NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK WILL HAVE:

    • One new underground line with three stations. CBD / South
      Fuencarral / North Fuencarral).
    • One new commuter train station in the south of Fuencarral.
    • One completely renewed commuter train station (Fuencarral).
    • One new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line with high capacity, reserved platforms and traffic light priority.
    • Two new hubs (Chamartín and La Paz).
    • Two above-ground hub areas at Fuencarral (nodes).