Plaza Eliptica Transport Hub, Madrid

Reducing the travel times of over 60,000 daily users in Madrid by connecting the metropolitan bus service with two metro lines.

Shared Value

Value for Society

We have significantly reduced travel times and improved the travel users’ experience while alleviating road traffic.

Value for Shareholders

Diversified sources of revenues, ranging from concession retails to advertising.

Value for People

The project has reduced travel times of over 15 million commuters every year and enhaced the public transport connections.  



Regional Government of Madrid

Start/End Operation


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Plaza Eliptica Transport Hub, Madrid

The Plaza Eliptica Transport Hub is a meeting point for all the metropolitan transportation services  that access Madrid and that distribute through the metro and bus lines. With more than 60,000 users per day, this key transport axis provides a high-quality system that contributes to relieve congestion in an area characterized by dense traffic, while facilitating connections to the capital's transport system.

This transportation hub provides a range of services similar to integrated transportation assets such as airports. In order to guarantee the greatest comfort for the users, the interior of the transport hub monitors all the data related with polluters, noise, temperature and humidity, among other criteria. The size of the transport hub amounts to 29,700 m2 divided in 3 underground levels, 20 bus platforms and 600 metres of tunnels. 

Plaza Eliptica’s Transport Hub is part of the so-called Transport Hub Plan, developed by Madrid’s transport consortium and inaugurated in 2007. These projects involved the construction of four new infrastructures in the main accesses to Madrid: Principe Pio, Plaza Eliptica, Plaza de Castilla and Moncloa. The Plan allowed to remove 15,500 buses daily and it has significantly improved the mobility for over 1 million of people every day. 







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