Cercanías Málaga

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Cercanías Málaga Cercanias Logo.svg
Tren de cercanías Málaga-Fuengirola.JPG
LocaleSpain Málaga, Spain
Transit typeCommuter rail
Number of lines2
Number of stations26
Annual ridership8,200,000 (2008)
Began operation1975
System length70 km (43.50 mi)
Track gauge1,672 mm (5 ft 5 1316 in) (Iberian gauge[disputed ])
ElectrificationOverhead lines
Lines of Cercanías Málaga

Málaga Local Train.svg

Estación de Fuengirola.

Cercanías Málaga is a commuter rail service between central Málaga, Spain, and towns in the province. The network consists of 70 km of track, with two lines and 24 stations in operation. The trains are powered by overhead lines and run on broad Iberian gauge track.

Lines and stations[edit]

Line C-1 Malaga - Airport - Fuengirola[edit]

Line C-1 runs along the Costa del Sol. Services were half-hourly, but since 22 September 2011 the frequency has been increased to every 20 minutes.

There are long-standing plans to extend this line to Estepona to the west, and to Nerja in the east, but current stations are:

Line C-2 Málaga - Álora[edit]

Line C-2 runs inland from Málaga to Álora. The stations are:

See also[edit]