Granada Metro - Inauguration, Map, Timetables, Prices and Stations

train on the subway lines of granada The Granada Metro will cross the city from north to south, joining the capital with the nearby villages of Armilla, Albolote and Maracena.

Probably the correct name should be the Light Metro or Trams, because only three stops will be underground.

The average speed, that includes stops at metro stations, will be approximately 20-25 kilometers per hour, with a 20 second stop.

Each train will have air conditioning, video surveillance cameras and capacity for 200 people.

Inaguration. When Does the Metro Start Operating?

inaguration ribbon If all goes according to plan, the tests will start around 21st of March.

Commercial operation is scheduled for March 31, 2017.

In October or November 2017 the map of urban buses of Granada will also change.

The Map of the Granada Metro

metro line plan of granada with stops



The metro will have a length of 15.9 km and 26 stations. The 83% of its route are on the surface and the 17% underground.

The metro stations are:


Albolote » Juncaril » Vicuña » Anfiteatro » Maracena » Cerrillo Maracena » Ctra. de Jaen » Granada Bus Station » Argentinita » Luis Amador » Villarejo » la Caleta » Granada Train Station » Universidad (University) » Mendez Nuñez » Recogidas » Alcazar del Genil » Hipica » Andres Segovia » Palacio de Deportes » Estadio Los Carmenes » Dilar » Parque Tecnologico » Sierra Nevada » Fernando de los Rios » Armilla.


Travel time

The entire journey takes about 48 minutes. 22 minutes from Albolote to La Caleta and 26 minutes from Armilla to La Caleta.

times and kilometers between stops in metro of granada


Price of the Trip and Where to Buy the Tickets

vending machines to sell tickets of metro in granada The approximate price of an ordinary ticket will be about 1,30 euros. If you buy a travel card the price will be somewhat cheaper, about 80-85 cents. We still have to wait for the official publication of the price by the Junta de Andalucia (the Regional Government).

Each stop will have a vending machine where you can buy the single ticket.

The travel card (the plastic cards) can be bought in three stops: Armilla, Recogidas and Albolote.

The green card of the metropolitan buses can also be used. People who transfer from the metropolitan buses to the Metro will pay a reduced fare.

The ordinary tickets and the travel cards of the urban buses of Granada (red buses and Lac) will not be valid for the metro.

How to enter the train? Are there any reserved areas?

double doors on granada tram You can enter or leave the train through any door.

There is an area on each train reserved for people in wheelchair or with baby strollers.

Use the double doors to access these areas that are located next to them.

You can take your bike on to a train when there are not many people.

Departure Time of the First and the Last Train

card reader in the granada trams The tram will run every day of the week, from Monday to Sunday.

From March 31 to June 15: from 9:00 to 15:00.

From June 15 onwards: from 6:30 to 23:00.

On Fridays, Saturdays and eve of holidays (from June 15): there is night service from 11 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. with a frequency of 30 minutes.

When the Granada Metro Will Enter Service?

The Granada Metro will enter service gradually.

Here are the approximate dates and frequency:

Date
Albolote-Caleta
Albolote-Armilla
Phase 1
31 March – 30 April
2 trains
each 30 min
1 trains
each 60 min
Phase 2
1 May – 31 May
2 trains
each 30 min
2 trains
each 60 min
Phase 3
1 June – 14 July
3 trains
each 30 min
3 trains
each 60 min
Fase 4
15 July and thereafter
13 trains
cada 10-30 min



Phase 1 (31st of March - 30th of April)
Only three trains will be in service, from 9:00 in the morning to 15:00 in the afternoon. Some only to the Caleta and others will make the complete route.

Phase 2 (1st of May - 31st of May)
Four trains will operate, some only to the Caleta and others will make the complete tour.

Phase 3 (1st of June - 15st of July)
Six trains in service, some only to the Caleta and others with the complete route, from Albolote to Armilla.

Phase 4 (15st of July and later)
Thirteen trains start running with a complete route and schedule between Albolote and Armilla, from 6.30 am to 11 pm.

Bus frequency every 8 to 10 minutes in rush hour, and 30 minutes when there is less demand (first hours of the morning and at night).

Monday-Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
6:30-7:30
15 min
15 min
-
-
7:30-9:30
10 min
10 min
15 min
15 min
9:30-20:30
10 min
10 min
10 min
10 min
20:30-23:00
15 min
15 min
15 min
15 min
23:00-2:00
-
30 min
30 min
-

Updated on: 14/03/2017.

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