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Old January 26th, 2012, 07:16 PM   #141
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Paseo de la Independencia (25th January 2012, photo by Aragon Digital)
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Old January 29th, 2012, 01:11 PM   #142
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Independencia & Parque Goya just a few days ago
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Old February 14th, 2012, 12:40 PM   #143
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Zaragoza-Goya station for commuter trains and regional trains this morning


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Old February 21st, 2012, 10:01 PM   #144
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Zaragoza-Goya station for commuter trains and regional trains this morning


The fences have been removed today afternoon, so I think the station will open soon
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Old February 29th, 2012, 01:02 PM   #145
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City buses

Zaragoza-Garrapinillos



New bus line 22 of TUZSA



Double bus line 23 of TUZSA



Two buses near Tercer Milenio bridge of line 34 TUZSA

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Old March 1st, 2012, 06:43 PM   #146
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There are new buses (2300)
They're Scania (Tata Hispano Area), double buses

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And these are bad photos I've taken with my mobile:
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 12:17 PM   #147
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I want to thank Blascozgz1 for collecting this picture





It is the current photo about works in phase 2 of line 1 of Zaragoza tramway.

Line 1 ends exactly in the bottom of the picture.

In the top of the picture you will see some rails set on the street. It will be the second phase and it is expected to be opened in october for two more stations.

Under this square there is a river. They made two avenues and this square over the river 90 years ago.
Beams had not been refurbished while these 90 years and now, with tramway works, they refurbish these beams too.

In this square works started on July 2011 and had been working hard, but still keeps like this.
It is expected to have the rails set next summer and start with tests.
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It is the current photo about works in phase 2 of line 1 of Zaragoza tramway.

Line 1 ends exactly in the bottom of the picture.

In the top of the picture you will see some rails set on the street. It will be the second phase and it is expected to be opened in october for two more stations.

Under this square there is a river. They made two avenues and this square over the river 90 years ago.
Beams had not been refurbished while these 90 years and now, with tramway works, they refurbish these beams too.

In this square works started on July 2011 and had been working hard, but still keeps like this.
It is expected to have the rails set next summer and start with tests.
Before the works, the square was like that:
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New bus double of Tuzsa. Line 33!.

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Old March 23rd, 2012, 08:20 PM   #151
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April 3rd, the railway station for commuter trains of Zaragoza-Goya, located in the centre of the city will be opened.

The little commuter line started almost four years ago but with only five stations, excluding the central one, which will be opened in a few days!!!!
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 08:57 PM   #152
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The construction of this station is 45 million €.

The station is located in Goya av in a place perfect for go to hospitals, university, city centre and auditorium for example. And It most important is the conection with linea 1 tram that in five stations since Goya station lets you enjoy Pilar basilica and Ebro river!

Goya is the name of station that ago reference a painter of Aragón.

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Old March 24th, 2012, 09:42 AM   #153
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It is three months I do not post anything about Zaragoza tramway works and a lot of thing have happen.

It is expected to have tramways on tests while summer for two more stations and on service for autumn.


I will post the map (dark green on service since one year ago, light green on current works, rest of lines on project). For every photo I will add the name of forumer who posted the photo and the date... and in some cases how it was three months ago to be able to see the change!!


There are updated photos (February or March 2012), "old photos" (october or november 2011) and sometimes both ones to see how works are going on














Paraíso square

by Blascozgz Feb 2012



(TODAY it is finished this part and rails have been started to be set in the right area of the photo)



Aragón sq.


Stop "Plaza de Aragón"

The stop is being finished and it is the first one in this phase to have the shelter on works.




by miki89: Mar 2012


and FIVE MONTHS AGO:



alserrod: Oct 11




Paseo de la Independencia.



alserrod: Oct 11




alserrod: Oct 11






Stop "Plaza de España"

Stop platform is being on works




AND FOUR MONTHS AGO

Before this stop, rails will be able to cross between them. They are prepared to have here the tramway terminal should the next part is closed to traffic



Pedro: Dec 2011







Vaujaus: Oct 11



Plaza de España



alserrod: Oct 11




At Coso street, in the narrowest point of the way of the tramway



Miki89: Feb 2012


The same point on Nov 2011 by Ripear

FOUR MONTHS AGO on Nov 2011








The Coso st. which a bit later:



by Miki89: Mar 2012


the end of this street




by Miki89: Mar 2012


Stop "Cesar Augusto"




by Miki89: Mar 2012

(Stop plattform is already on works)
This photo is taken only 50 metres away from last one by 90º turned


AND FIVE MONTHS AGO



alserrod: Oct 11



alserrod: Oct 11




alserrod: Oct 11

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Central market



by Miki89: Mar 2012

AND FIVE MONTHS AGO



alserrod: Oct 11




alserrod: Oct 11



Stop "Murallas"



by Benares: Mar 2012

On the left side of the photo by have the old Roman walls of the city, about two thousand years old history!


AND FOUR MONTHS AGO


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miki89: Dic 11



Just after that stop and before crossing the Ebro river rails are set.
It will be a "wireless" tramway in that part as you can see. Rail go from left (Roman walls) side of the photo to right (Ebro river) and are finished.



by miki89: Mar 2012


Santiago bridge

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by Taller&Taller: Mar 2012





After Stop "La Chimenea"


Aragon TV studios



Benares: Oct 11

Besides stop "Pablo Neruda".




Miki89; Dec 2011




Pedro. Oct 2011


Near Stop "Clara Campoamor" (direction south)



Miki89. Feb 2012





pedro. Feb 2012



by Mikelot: Mar 2012






Just after stop "Juslibol".



Zerrudo: Oct 2011


Part of norhtern railway shed


By zerrudo at 2011-10-01

Zerrudo: Oct 2011


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miki89: Dec 2011






Crossing under road N-330





by miki89 in Mar 2012


AND FIVE MONTHS AGO...



by Zerrudo: Oct 2011




Before Stop "Avenida Academia" the last one in the line

miki89: Mar 2012
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Old March 27th, 2012, 08:04 PM   #154
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Since last weekend 4 Ryanair flights less in Zaragoza airport:
Bolonia, Rome, Tenerife and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria


And since June 3 new flights from Volotea:
Mallorca (since 2nd June)
Ibiza and Málaga (since 17th June)

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Old March 28th, 2012, 02:07 AM   #155
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Thanks for the message. Today tickets were on sale. Three new destinations (last week several destinations were gone)

Zaragoza is the fifth city in Spain but located middle way from other major cities which makes it has a very great railway and motorway connection but poor point to point airplane connection.

Three destinations more is a very good news (even if a lot of destinations are available in 300 km around)
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Old March 28th, 2012, 02:10 AM   #156
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This picture has been taken by the major newspaper at Zaragoza (www.heraldo.es)



It is after tram-stop Plaza de España in the narrowest point of the way

The street will be only for tramway and pedestrian (and emergency vehicles)


You can compare with this google photo taken in 2008 in THE SAME POINT


http://maps.google.es/maps?q=zaragoz...,108.3,,0,4.29
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Much better!!! The street looks great now, great improvement.
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The image is about second phase of line one and currently on works.
Such it is taken it will be "direction south". After the corner it will turn 90º right, and that part is absolutely on works. But this side is finished, is a very old street (in fact is the street made when Roman walls were fallen down), so very close to centre but narrow.

"a little change".
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Old March 30th, 2012, 10:51 AM   #159
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Yesterday newspapers gave a very good news.

Next tuesday, the little but very central station of Zaragoza-Goya will be open.
At Zaragoza there is a commuter line which all trains will stop there. It runs one train every hour and one every 30 minutes while peak hours.

But... all regional trains will stop there too. All passengers will be able to get those trains for medium distance journeys but also for trips inside the city.

Should you want to use the train for a medium distance, you buy your ticket.
Should you want to use as a commuter train (even if it is a medium distance train) you buy a commuter ticket and use the same train.

In concrete, between the stations of Goya (city centre), Portillo and Delicias (central railway and bus station) there will be 40 trains on a weekday (nowadays only 23)... without adding any train, just allowing to use the same trains with one or other ticket.

Other destinations will have increased the number of trains too.


Next week... photos of the new station...
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The next wednesday will open the new Goya station in the city centre.

The route is this:



Cercanías Zaragoza has 2 trains that in rush hour have 30 minutes of frecuency. In the rest of the time the frecuencia is one hour.

The route is metropolitan- urban. The travel Casetas- Zaragoza Delicias is metropolitan and the Zaragoza Delicias-Miraflores is zone urban by tunel in the city.
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