Rodalies starts its alternative plan after the cable theft with changes to the R4

This Monday the services of R4, R3, R7 and R1 of Rodalies started again after carrying out an alternative plan.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
13 May 2024 Monday 05:07
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Rodalies starts its alternative plan after the cable theft with changes to the R4

This Monday the services of R4, R3, R7 and R1 of Rodalies started again after carrying out an alternative plan. This was established after the breakdown caused by the cable theft that took place last Sunday.

On some lines, such as the R1, train circulation will reach Badalona, ​​and travelers will be diverted to the metro, while on others, such as the R7, alternative bus services will be established.

As for the R4 North line, it had to go to Fabra and Puig, but for now it only does so to Cerdanyola del Vallès, where you can access a bus service to reach the desired destination. Likewise, travelers from Manresa, Terrassa and Sabadell are urged to use the Ferrocarriles de la Generalitat (FGC), and those from Moncada to use the R2.

33% of the usual trains run on the R4 in Rodalies during rush hour and half the rest of the day. The R4 South will be able to circulate to l'Hospitalet de Llobregat, although users are urged to connect with Metro line 1.

Likewise, the R1 and the RG1 reach Badalona and passengers are transferred to the metro there. As for line R3, it is between Puigcerdá and Moncada Ripollet, with two trains per hour in each direction.

Finally, the R7 service is done with buses. Users will be able to travel to Cerdanyola with the R4 and from there a bus service has been established to the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) station. Another alternative is the Express 3 bus.