Metro in Madrid

Introduction

Metros are very often the fastest and most energy-efficient way to get around a city. They run on electricity and can easily be powered by renewable energy sources. With lines circulating on segregated infrastructure, metros avoid traffic jams and can transport large amounts of people, making them the backbone of many cities.

Length of public transport routes

269.5 km

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Average daily ridership during a work day

2,248,100

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Number of public transport stops

237

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Public transport ridership

677,500,000

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Schedule compliance/punctuality

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Average headway during peak times

2.5 min

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Covid-19 change in service - VKM

100 %

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Fleet of public transport vehicles

2,320 Vehicles

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Vehicle-kilometres in operations

176,100,000

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Length of dedicated PT operational infrastructure

this is a test

269.5 km Per M inhabitants

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Dedicated Wi-Fi in PT vehicles

Yes

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Average daily ridership during a work day

2,248,100

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Learn more about "Number of Metro routes"

Number of Metro routes

This indicator records the number of lines in metro network. When two or more lines share the same infrastructure, the line is counted only once; branch lines are considered when the branch infrastructure is proportionately relevant with regards to the length of the full line.

12

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