Alicante Tram

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The Alicante TRAM (, ) operates in the Spanish city of Alicante and its surrounding area and, like other narrow gauge railways in the Valencian Community, is run by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV). It was inaugurated on 15 August 2003 replacing narrow-gauge diesel trains between Alicante and El Campello.


The network comprises the following lines:

L1 (tram-train), limited-stop service to Benidorm (half-hourly), where it connects with line L9;

L3 (tram), stopping service to El Campello (two to three times per hour) and Venta Lanuza (one train an hour);

L4 (tram), from the city centre to a loop in Playa de San Juan (Valencian Platja de Sant Joan) district;

4L (suburban surface tram), from Alicante port, Puerta del Mar (Valencian Porta del Mar) through the site of the former FGV Railway station (La Marina) to Sangueta, where it connects with Lines L1, L3, and L4;

L9 (diesel train), from Benidorm along the coast to Dénia, stopping at other important tourist towns like Altea and Calp. Services are subject to disruption due to engineering works as the line is prepared for electrification.

Lines L1, L3, and L3 use the city centre underground section, as parallel single track operations between Mercado station and the city centre Luceros station, which were opened on 10 May 2007 and 18 June 2010 respectively.

Construction and plans

The underground section is constructed to continue westward to Estació Multimodal serving the RENFE station (and a possible...
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