Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona

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Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona
Type Private
Industry Transport
Founded Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain (October 5, 2004 (2004-10-05))
Headquarters Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Area served Barcelona metropolitan area
Key people Joaquim Forn i Chiariello
(CEO)
Dídac Pestaña Rodríguez
(Vice president)
Services Public transport infrastructure operation and managing
Revenue Increase 711.164 million (2010)
Profit Increase €3.847 million (2010)
Total assets Increase €1.113 billion (2010)
Owner(s) Transports de Barcelona
Ferrocarril Metropolità de Barcelona
Projectes i Serveis de Mobilitat
Employees 8,037 (2010)
Website tmb.cat

Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) is the main public transit operator in Barcelona, made up of two formerly separate companies, Ferrocarril Metropolità de Barcelona, SA. and Transports de Barcelona, SA.. It runs most of the metro and local bus lines in Barcelona and the metropolitan area.

The bus network serves Barcelona and the metropolitan area through 109 lines that cover a total distance of 920.62 kilometres. The Barcelona Metro service has 123 stations. It is formed by six lines and a funicular railway. In 2008, TMB carried 572.39 million passengers. It has 7,707 employees.[1]

There is also an authority in Barcelona that seeks to coordinate and integrate other public transport companies (such as TRAMMET, for the local trams) into the same network, Autoritat del Transport Metropolità.

Logo history[edit]

TMB changed its logo in 2014 after introducing a stencil-style variant of Helvetica for their publicity.

Second TMB logo
First logo (before 2004) 
Third and current TMB logo
Second logo (from 2004 to 2014) 
Third and current logo (since 2014) 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona http://www.tmb.cat/en/transports-en-xifres

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