Camp de Tarragona railway station

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Camp de Tarragona
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A Renfe Operadora's AVE Siemens Velaro EMU calling at Camp de Tarragona
Location Local road TV-2231
43765 La Secuita
Spain
Coordinates 41°11′31.85″N 1°16′26.63″E / 41.1921806°N 1.2740639°E / 41.1921806; 1.2740639Coordinates: 41°11′31.85″N 1°16′26.63″E / 41.1921806°N 1.2740639°E / 41.1921806; 1.2740639
Owned by Adif
Operated by Renfe Operadora
Line(s) Madrid–Barcelona (high-speed) (PK 520.9)
Platforms 2 island platforms
Tracks 8 (4 of which are for non-stopping trains)
Connections Bus transport Local and interurban buses
Construction
Structure type At-grade
Parking The station has an underground pay parking garage.
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code 04104
History
Opened 9 December 2006 (2006-12-09)

Camp de Tarragona is a railway station, opened on 19 December 2006, on the Madrid-Barcelona high-speed rail line between Madrid and Barcelona. Located between the municipalities of La Secuita and Perafort,[1]some 8 km north of Tarragona itself, the new station serves an area with an estimated population of over 400,000.

The station complex, covering 5.2 hectares, has eight standard-gauge tracks (four platform tracks and four central through tracks), two 400-metre-long island platforms, passenger handling facilities, a travel centre, shops, and parking for 648 vehicles.

The high speed railway to the French frontier opened for service in 2013.

Rail services[edit]

Preceding station   Renfe Operadora   Following station
AVE
Terminus
AVE
AVE
Terminus
AVE
Alvia
Terminus
toward Hendaye
Alvia
toward A Coruña
Alvia
toward Vigo-Guixar
Alvia
toward Gijón
Alvia
Lleida Pirineus
toward A Coruña
  Trenhotel Galicia   Barcelona Sants
Terminus
Lleida Pirineus
toward Vigo-Guixar
  Trenhotel Galicia  
Terminus
Avant
Terminus

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