Underground and Tramway in Seville

Line 1 of the Seville Underground was inaugurated in 2009, connecting the city on an east-west axis and the Tramway line T1 (Metrocentro) operated by TUSSAM runs through the center of the city connecting the Plaza Nueva with Prado de San Sebastián.

Line 1 of the Seville Underground, inaugurated on 2 April 2009, is the prime example of the mobility strategy in the city, and will connect with trams currently under construction in the towns of Alcalá de Guadaíra and Dos Hermanas, and with the rest of the Seville Underground lines yet to be developed (Lines 2, 3 and 4).

Moreover,in 2010, the Regional Ministry of Public Works and Housing of the Andalusian Government finished work to install a new lift to connect the Monumento district of San Juan de Aznalfarache (Seville) with the San Juan Bajo Transport Interchange on Line 1 of the Seville Underground.

On the other hand, the Tramway T1 (Metrocentro) connects the Prado de San Sebastián interchange station with Plaza Nueva, covering a 1.35 km route. The first phase was inaugurated on October 28, 2007, while the second phase will extend the tramway to San Bernardo interchange platform to connect it with the Metro and Renfe’s Cercanías (commuter train). The tramway is valid for both the urban bus pass in any mode and the Metropolitan Intermodal Card of the Consorcio de Transportes (Transport Consortium). For more information on the Seville metro click here