Camp de Tarragona railway station

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,[2] some 8 km north of Tarragona itself, the new station serves an area with an estimated population of over 400,000.

Camp de Tarragona
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A Renfe Operadora's AVE Siemens Velaro EMU calling at Camp de Tarragona
LocationLocal road TV-2231
43765 La Secuita
Spain
Coordinates41°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 byAdif
Operated byRenfe Operadora
Line(s)Madrid–Barcelona (high-speed) (PK 520.9)
Platforms2 island platforms
Tracks8 (4 of which are for non-stopping trains)
ConnectionsBus transport Local and interurban buses
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
ParkingThe station has an underground pay parking garage.
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code04104
History
Opened9 December 2006 (2006-12-09)
Passengers
2018900,000[1]

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 servicesEdit

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 or Vigo-Guixar
  Trenhotel Galicia   Barcelona Sants
Terminus
Terminus
Avant
Terminus
toward Tortosa
Avant
Terminus

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "La estación del AVE alcanza los 900.000 viajeros anuales". Diari de Tarragona. 19 December 2018. Retrieved 3 September 2019.
  2. ^ TGV arrives to Tarragona (in Catalan)

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