Sagrera railway station

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Not to be confused with La Sagrera-Meridiana station.
Barcelona Sagrera
under construction
Station statistics
Address Barcelona, Barcelona
Coordinates 41°25′18″N 2°11′37″E / 41.42167°N 2.19361°E / 41.42167; 2.19361Coordinates: 41°25′18″N 2°11′37″E / 41.42167°N 2.19361°E / 41.42167; 2.19361
Connections
Barcelona suburban railway
Under construction R1 barcelona.svg R2 barcelona.svg
Regionals
Under construction R11 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg R13 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg R14 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg R15 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg R16 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg
Barcelona Metro
Under construction L4 barcelona.svg L9 barcelona.svg L10 barcelona.svg
Platforms 18
Other information
Owned by Adif
Operator Renfe
Location
Barcelona Sagrera railway station
Barcelona Sagrera railway station
Barcelona Sagrera
Location within Barcelona
Sagrera – TAV
under construction
Barcelona Metro Logo.svg
Station statistics
Address Barcelona (Sant Andreu)
Coordinates 41°25′18″N 2°11′37″E / 41.42167°N 2.19361°E / 41.42167; 2.19361
Other information
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Operator TMB
Fare zone ATM 1

Sagrera Railway Station (Catalan: Estació de la Sagrera, Spanish: Estación de la Sagrera) is a major transport hub in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain currently under construction. It is planned to be finished for 2016.[1] It will be a mainline rail and Barcelona Metro station that will serve the north of the city, with services on the AVE Madrid-Barcelona high-speed rail line as well as regular international, regional and commuter trains of Rodalies Barcelona. It is located in the Sagrera neighbourhood, in the Sant Andreu district of Barcelona. Frank Gehry is the principal architect in charge of the project.[2]

It will be one out of three AVE stations in Barcelona, with Estació de Sants in the south, Sagrera in the north and the future high-speed station serving the international airport at El Prat de Llobregat. It is currently under construction with funds from the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, the Generalitat de Catalunya and the Barcelona City Council. A transformation of the area will take place as well, as it is made up of large industrial surfaces, some of which are no longer used. Its name is sometimes displayed as Sagrera | TAV to avoid confusion with a similarly named metro station Intercanviador de Sagrera-Meridiana. TAV is short for Tren d'alta velocitat ("high-speed train").

It will be served by Barcelona Metro line L4 and in a few years, also by L9/L10.

Direction < Line > Direction
Rodalies de Catalunya.svg Barcelona suburban railway services
Sant Vicenç de Calders
Vilanova i la Geltrú
El Clot-Aragó Under construction R1 barcelona.svg Sant Adrià de Besós Maçanet-Massanes
Mataró
Sant Vicenç de Calders
Vilafranca del Penedès
Under construction R2 barcelona.svg Sant Andreu Comtal Maçanet-Massanes
Sant Celoni
Direction < Line > Direction
Rodalies de Catalunya.svg Regional services
Barcelona Sants Barcelona El Clot-Aragó Under construction R11 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg Barcelona Sant Andreu Comtal Portbou / Cerbère
Figueres
Lleida Pirineus Barcelona El Clot-Aragó Under construction R13 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg terminus terminus
Under construction R14 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg
Riba-roja d'Ebre Barcelona El Clot-Aragó Under construction R15 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg
Tortosa
Vinaròs
Barcelona El Clot-Aragó Under construction R16 Rodalies de Catalunya.svg
Direction < Line > Direction
Barcelona Metro Logo.svg Barcelona Metro operated by TMB
Trinitat Nova Santander Under construction L4 barcelona.svg La Sagrera
Aeroport T1 La Sagrera Under construction L9 barcelona.svg Onze de Setembre Can Zam
Zona Franca ZAL Under construction L10 barcelona.svg Onze de Setembre Gorg

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ La construcción de la estación de la Sagrera empezará en el 2009 (el Periodico.com)
  2. ^ ElPaís article

External links[edit]