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Old June 13th, 2013, 02:36 AM   #21
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These last pictures show the first phase of the tramway still operating, before it was closed for the extension (and before it changed colour):

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Thanks for update-z


i like this system more than metro and bus system ..
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You are welcome.

Well, I´ve updated backwards here.

From now on, we´ll be back to 2013.
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You mentioned an extention to the city center/renfe-station. What's the plan there? When will it start building, will will it start running? What will the map look like after that is done?

On the map you posted I'm seeing a possibility for extending linea 2 to the east to Cabezo e Torres, are there any plans for that?
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Old June 13th, 2013, 10:19 PM   #26
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You mentioned an extention to the city center/renfe-station.
I did.

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What's the plan there?
To entend it south bound through the old town from Plaza Circular, along Gran Vía Escultor Salzillo, and crossing the river Segura at Los Peligros bridge.

On this picture you can see Gran Via Escultor Salzillo, and at the end you can see the little Los Peligros chapel, right where the bridge is:

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And from there , through Plaza Camachos and the Alameda till El Carmen church.

From that point onwards, there is no choice made yet, because it will depend on what to do with the train station.

The arrival of the AVE meant at first that El Carmen train station was to be put underground, but now with the crisis and the austerity they don´t know much what to do with it. And till a definitive choice is taken, I doubt that they´ll take any decision for the tram either.

These are two of the options being discussed about how to get to El Carmen station from the Alameda and El Carmen church:

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They´re not the only options being discussed, btw, but that gives you an idea.

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When will it start building, will will it start running?
No date yet. But they´re planning. Anyway, as I said, it depends very much indeed on what they´ll do with the train station... and the budget, of course.

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Like this:

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The extension between Plaza Circular and El Carmen station would be the southernmost green branch, and El Carmen station is located where green, blue, yellow and red lines meet.

The rest of the green lines are the current network, already in use.

The non-green lines are ideas for further lines.

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On the map you posted I'm seeing a possibility for extending linea 2 to the east to Cabezo de Torres, are there any plans for that?
I did not post that map. It was someone else...

I don´t think Cabezo de Torres will be the terminus for any tramway new line any time soon.
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Planning on the extension of the tramway between Plaza Circular (aka "La Redonda") through Gran Via Escultor salzillo goes on, they´re studying three different options on how to get to the railway station.

They seem to be sure about the number of stops in the old town (which the tram will cross on a north-south axis).

All three of them go through the old brigde over river Segura, which will become 'pedestrians-and-trams-only'.

It will share Gran Via Escultor Salzillo with the road traffic, though.

Here are a couple of photos of Gran Via Escultor Salzillo, to give you an idea:

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And here´s a map containing the stage of planning and the three alternatives they are studying to get to the railway station (plus a fourth one that was scrapped):

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With this extension, the Murcia tramway should nearly achieve a peak of passengers as a Y-looking network, regardless of further extensions in a more distant future.

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On the other hand, some kind of integration with bus traffic has been implemented, but I don´t exactly know the details yet.
Doesn´t seem perfect to me, albeit it certainly is an improvement.
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Parque Empresarial stop.
Tramway bound for Nueva Condomina.

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What is this?
That´s what the people who don´t understand Spanish might ask themselves.

This is a new ad.

It´s addressed to students at the University, encouraging them to enter college before the rush hour, thus leaving a bit of room inside the trams (which are absolutely saturated during the morning rush hour).

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, they´ll get a free breakfast at the University bar if they get there earlier.

Anyway, the tramway company would do good by buying a few more trams to increase the frequencies.
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NEWS

Apparently, work on the new extension between Plaza Circular and the railway station at El Carmen will start in 2014.

Source (in Spanish): http://www.laopiniondemurcia.es/murc...je/521039.html
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Now the trams and the stops have got ads:

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NEWS.

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