The Barcelona–Vallès Line (Catalan: Línia Barcelona-Vallès) is an unconnected standard gauge railway line linking Barcelona with Sabadell and Terrassa via the Collserola mountain range, in Catalonia, Spain. Its name refers to the Catalan historical region of Vallès, whereby most part of the line runs.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Valldoreix is a railway station in Sant Cugat del Vallès in the province of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It is served by lines S1, S2, S5, and S55 of the Metro del Vallès commuter rail system, which are operated by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya, who also run the station.
- Plaça de l'Estació, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Catalonia, Spain
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Peu del Funicular (Barcelona–Vallès Line) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Peu del Funicular is a railway station in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. It is served by lines S1 and S2 of the Metro del Vallès commuter rail system, and is also the lower terminus of the Funicular de Vallvidrera.
Les Planes is a railway station in Les Planes, in the Serra de Collserola hills, part of the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. It is served by lines S1 and S2 of the Metro del Vallès commuter rail system, which are operated by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya, who also run the station. The station has three tracks, although the track nearest the station building is a terminal track only accessible from the south.
Rail transport in Catalonia operates on three rail gauges and services are operated by a variety of public operators: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya lines: Metro de Barcelona lines Línia Barcelona-Vallès Llobregat–Anoia line Broad gauge lines: Rodalies Barcelona lines Regional lines Long-distance lines Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona lines: Metro de Barcelona Tramway lines: Tramvia Blau Tram lines High speed lines in Catalonia AVE lines High speed trains Funicular and ...
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In January 2017, the Catalan government approved a plan to extend the Llobregat–Anoia line from Plaça d'Espanya through the city as far as Gràcia station, also stopping at Hospital Clínic and Francesc Macià station, thereby linking with the Barcelona–Vallès Line, at an estimated cost of over €300 million. A second phase is also being considered to extend the line towards the Besòsstation in the eastern part of the city.
The following table lists the name of each station on the Llobregat–Anoia Line in order from south to north; a photo of the current station; the rail services operating at the station—L8, S33, S4, S8, R5, R50, R6 and/or R60—; the date the current station was opened; the municipality or the city district (in the case of Barcelona) in which each station is located; the fare zone each station belongs to according to the Autoritat del Transport Metropolità (ATM) fare-integrated public transport system;remarkable notes about the station, including clarifications, additional information and a location map; and usage figures.
toward Autonomous University. Les Tres Torres is a railway station situated under the Via Augusta in the Les Tres Torres neighbourhood of Barcelona. During off-peak periods it is served by line L6 of the Barcelona Metro. During peak periods, additional services are provided by lines S5 and S55 of the Metro del Vallès commuter rail system, whilst service on line L6 is reduced or removed altogether.
May 16, 2020 · The Barcelona Valles Line Catalan: Linia Barcelona - Valles is an unconnected standard gauge railway line linking Barcelona with Sabadell and Terrassa Les Fonts is a town in Valles Occidental, province of Barcelona Catalonia, Spain Les Fonts may also refer to: Les Fonts Barcelona Valles Line railway Les Planes is a railway station in Les Planes, in the Serra de Collserola hills, part of the ...
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