Madrid control centre opens

ON JULY 25, the Vice-President and Minister of Public Works for the Madrid regional government Luis Eduardo Cortes formally inaugurated a new control centre for the city’s metro network at Alto de Arenal. Built at a cost of Pts2·5bn, the centre brings together the control of train services, stations, power ...

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