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Transport (inc Motoring) news and information for Spain

Transport Thu, Nov 23, 2017

AVE fast-rail €25 offer goes live again on Saturday

RAIL board RENFE has launched another batch of tickets for the high-speed AVE line at €25 one-way, which will go on sale on the stroke of midnight on Friday through to Saturday. To celebrate the 25 anniversary of the...

Transport Mon, Nov 20, 2017

Taxi strike across Spain for 24 hours

A TAXI strike lasting 24 hours has been planned across Spain for next Wednesday (November 29) after a meeting between trade bosses and the ministry of public works failed to bring agreements over regulating car-pooling...

Transport Mon, Nov 13, 2017

Seatbelt cameras go live: €200 fine for offenders

CAMERAS designed to spot drivers and passengers not wearing their seatbelts are now in operation and offenders caught will face fines of €200 and a loss of three licence points, confirms Spain's General...

Transport Sun, Nov 5, 2017

Elderly pedestrian safety focus in Tenerife

TRAFFIC authorities are working closely with Tenerife's island government to try to prevent elderly pedestrians from being run over through a joint campaign aimed at protecting walkers most at risk. The taskforce...

Transport Wed, Nov 1, 2017

Contactless cards replace metro tickets in Madrid

PAPER tickets are no longer being sold on Madrid's metro from today (Wednesday, November 1), having replaced them with 'rechargeable' plastic credit-card style passes. Anyone who still has old-style paper...

Transport Sun, Oct 22, 2017

Traffic-watch week on Spain's secondary roads

TRAFFIC police will be out in force from Monday, clamping down on speeding, mobile phone use and drink-driving as well as checking documents. According to the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), the campaign will...

Transport Thu, Oct 12, 2017

Driving schools protest over ongoing examiner strike

DRIVING schools all over Spain are demanding action from traffic authorities to end the examiner strike which has been ongoing for four months. Pupils hoping to take their tests and who apply now will not get a date...

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