Coslada Andenes station

Adif initiates nighttime maintenance work on Cercanías Madrid stations

Coslada Andenes station Adif

Adif will commence nocturnal maintenance operations tonight at seven key Cercanías Madrid stations: Fuenlabrada, Leganés, and Móstoles-El Soto (line C-5), Vicálvaro and Coslada (lines C-2, C-7, and C-8), and Delicias (lines C-1 and C-10). Additionally, maintenance tasks will be carried out at the Vallecas Industrial station.

These activities follow up on work undertaken in the first quarter of the year. Scheduled between 00:30 and 04:30 hours, the nocturnal operations aim to avoid disruptions to rail services. They are slated to continue for twelve weeks, concluding on June 30.

The maintenance procedures, employing both manual and heavy machinery, primarily focus on the treatment of track switches and crossings, as well as welding and levelling activities, all geared towards enhancing infrastructure reliability.

As part of the Infrastructure and Track Maintenance Plan, this initiative is allocated 21 million euros for the central region in 2024.

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Emma Dailey is an editor at RailTech.com and RailTech.be.

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Coslada Andenes station

Adif initiates nighttime maintenance work on Cercanías Madrid stations

Coslada Andenes station Adif

Adif will commence nocturnal maintenance operations tonight at seven key Cercanías Madrid stations: Fuenlabrada, Leganés, and Móstoles-El Soto (line C-5), Vicálvaro and Coslada (lines C-2, C-7, and C-8), and Delicias (lines C-1 and C-10). Additionally, maintenance tasks will be carried out at the Vallecas Industrial station.

These activities follow up on work undertaken in the first quarter of the year. Scheduled between 00:30 and 04:30 hours, the nocturnal operations aim to avoid disruptions to rail services. They are slated to continue for twelve weeks, concluding on June 30.

The maintenance procedures, employing both manual and heavy machinery, primarily focus on the treatment of track switches and crossings, as well as welding and levelling activities, all geared towards enhancing infrastructure reliability.

As part of the Infrastructure and Track Maintenance Plan, this initiative is allocated 21 million euros for the central region in 2024.

Further reading:

Author: Emma Dailey

Emma Dailey is an editor at RailTech.com and RailTech.be.

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