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Adif Alta Velocidad assumes, among other things, the competences related to the construction and administration of the high-speed railway infrastructures, as well as other infrastructures and functions transferred to it, the high-speed station business and the telecommunications and energy activities.
Its creation responds, among other things, to the criteria of rationalising the railway sector in the area of state competence, achieving maximum efficiency of services in a scenario of progressive deregulation and achieving budgetary stability. This is in compliance with the modifications made by the European System of Accounts (ESA 2010) and the new accounting criteria established therein.
- Información de la estación
- Salidas y llegadas
- Servicios de la estación
- Áreas comerciales
High Speed Infrastructure
In addition to the maintenance of our infrastructure, we are building new high-speed lines, to which have made a significant contribution both Community funds, through aid from the Cohesion Fund, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and TEN-T (Trans-European Transport Networks), and EIB loans, which meet the highest quality standards.
The railway connection of the various territories requires the construction of major engineering works (viaducts, tunnels, etc.) that Adif Alta Velocidad is undertaking with a view to the economic and social profitability of the investment.
Adif Alta Velocidad has assigned as assets the passenger stations that are connected by the high performance lines it manages, with Adif being entrusted with their management.
Regulation, control and supervision programme
The purpose of the initiatives regarding investment in new developments and capabilities envisaged in the PITVI is basically to complete the major structuring elements and itineraries of the network, reinforce intermodal connections and provide certain strategic infrastructures, such as cross-border connections.
This area of planning will apply an intermodal approach to the investments, while cost-profit analysis mechanisms and economic, financial and social profitability forecasts will also be incorporated in order to prioritise and streamline the investments.
Infrastructure, Transport and Housing Plan
Currently being processed and approved, the Infrastructure, Transport and Housing Plan (PITVI 2012-2024), in addition to integrating all the policies of the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, including housing, defines the State's portfolio of public services in the field of transport.