Spanish railway infrastructure operator Adif has begun the first phase of a project to expand and renovate the multimodal terminal at the Valencia-Fuente San Luis station. It is reported by Railway Supply magazine with reference to zdmira.


The terminal will be an important element in the network of strategic multimodal hubs that Adif is building to better integrate railways into the country’s transport system. As a result of reconstruction worth more than 20 million euros, the terminal will receive the infrastructure and services necessary for a large logistics center, which, together with a large cargo port located in Valencia, will allow organizing multimodal cargo communications.

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The work package of the first stage includes the creation of a new logistics hub, which includes four electrified combined gauge tracks (1668 and 1435 mm) with a useful length of 750 m each, equipped with automation and communication facilities, and four tracks for laying locomotives. There are also areas for storing containers, tracks for gantry cranes, a service building, and a truck parking area.

Located on the Mediterranean Corridor near the Port of Valencia, the Valencia-Fuente San Luis Logistics Terminal is part of the trans-European TEN-T network, providing multimodal connections via standard European gauge railway to the border with France. The project is funded by the EU fund NextGenerationEU.

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