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Renfe unveils new S106 high-speed trains

The Avlo S106 interior Renfe

Renfe, Spain’s national railway operator, is gearing up for a significant upgrade as it introduces its latest addition to the high-speed rail fleet. The company announced the acquisition of ten state-of-the-art S106 model trains, marking a milestone in the modernisation of its services. These high-capacity trains are scheduled for launch on May 21st.

The deployment of the S106 trains enables Renfe to expand its high-speed services to Asturias, opening up new travel opportunities for passengers in the region. With faster connections and more seats available, cities like Oviedo and Gijón are poised to experience a surge in accessibility and convenience. In Galicia, Renfe is set to revolutionise travel with the introduction of the S106 model in key cities such as Vigo, Pontevedra, and A Coruña. Reduced travel times by up to 18 minutes promises to make journeys smoother and more efficient for commuters and leisure travellers alike.

The benefits of Renfe’s high-speed services extend beyond regional boundaries, reaching cities in Castile and Leon, including Zamora, Segovia, and Valladolid. With Madrid as the central hub, these cities will enjoy enhanced connectivity and improved access to major transportation arteries. The commencement of the S106’s operations on May 21st marks the initial phase of Renfe’s ambitious expansion plans.

As infrastructure upgrades at Madrid’s Chamartín-Clara Campoamor station progress, Renfe anticipates further enhancements to its service offerings, with additional phases scheduled for implementation. Moreover, the introduction of the S106 trains paves the way for improvements across Renfe’s entire network. By reallocating resources freed up by the new trains, Renfe aims to enhance services on other lines.

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S106 interior

Renfe unveils new S106 high-speed trains

The Avlo S106 interior Renfe

Renfe, Spain’s national railway operator, is gearing up for a significant upgrade as it introduces its latest addition to the high-speed rail fleet. The company announced the acquisition of ten state-of-the-art S106 model trains, marking a milestone in the modernisation of its services. These high-capacity trains are scheduled for launch on May 21st.

The deployment of the S106 trains enables Renfe to expand its high-speed services to Asturias, opening up new travel opportunities for passengers in the region. With faster connections and more seats available, cities like Oviedo and Gijón are poised to experience a surge in accessibility and convenience. In Galicia, Renfe is set to revolutionise travel with the introduction of the S106 model in key cities such as Vigo, Pontevedra, and A Coruña. Reduced travel times by up to 18 minutes promises to make journeys smoother and more efficient for commuters and leisure travellers alike.

The benefits of Renfe’s high-speed services extend beyond regional boundaries, reaching cities in Castile and Leon, including Zamora, Segovia, and Valladolid. With Madrid as the central hub, these cities will enjoy enhanced connectivity and improved access to major transportation arteries. The commencement of the S106’s operations on May 21st marks the initial phase of Renfe’s ambitious expansion plans.

As infrastructure upgrades at Madrid’s Chamartín-Clara Campoamor station progress, Renfe anticipates further enhancements to its service offerings, with additional phases scheduled for implementation. Moreover, the introduction of the S106 trains paves the way for improvements across Renfe’s entire network. By reallocating resources freed up by the new trains, Renfe aims to enhance services on other lines.

Further reading:

Author: Emma Dailey

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

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