OT: Madrid Green Routes From Public Transport Stations

The green routes from public transport stations is a program carried out jointly by Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid and Metro de Madrid, to promote walking and bicycle riding on natural spaces and parks within our region from public transport stations. The green routes information is offered through posters in public transport stations that give access to such routes. These posters display the number of kilometres, difficulty level, number of stations giving access to the route and the profile, i.e. if it is for walking, adventure or sport, so each citizen may decide which is the most interesting to them or which adapts better to their physical status. Furthermore, for each route, the Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid has prepared a route book, which can be downloaded on PDF format. Access time for bicycle to public transport is from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM and from 21:00 PM to closing on working days, and during all day on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Additionally, folded bicycles have no limit when accessing the network. La Ruta Verde “Monte del Pilar” de Majadahonda can be downloaded here (in Spanish)

(Source: Consorcio Transportes Madrid)

I took this pictures today in the Green Route at Monte del Pilar, Majadahonda.





3 thoughts on “OT: Madrid Green Routes From Public Transport Stations”

  1. Jose Ignacio: The Green Route looks lovely. I am sure it relaxes you. There is no green yet in Saskatchewan. It is normally May before our province becomes green again.

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