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Metro de Madrid

welcomes
American Delegation
Madrid, July 2009
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Madrid Region

Metro de Madrid Metro de Madrid


External Services
Credentials

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Madrid Region

The Community of Madrid (Comunidad de Madrid) is one of the 17 autonomous


communities of Spain, and is located at the center of the country

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Madrid Region

The Community of Madrid is the most populated province, with the great majority
of the population living in the capital and its metropolitan area

Madrid Region
6,100,000 Inhabitants

Madrid inhabitants are mainly concentrated in the capital


(which is the Spanish city with the highest resident
population) and in a series of municipalities (Móstoles,
Alcalá de Henares, Fuenlabrada, Leganés, Alcorcón,
Getafe, Torrejón de Ardoz, and Alcobendas)

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Madrid Region

The Community of Madrid has a modern and dynamic socio-economic structure,


which allowed it to head the list of the European regions and become a nationwide
reference in relation to economic growth.

GDP PPP per capita 2006


(in US dollars)
80 000
70 000
TOP 25 2006
60 000
Madrid is at 24th position
50 000 among 271 UE regions
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Madrid Region

The dynamism that characterizes the Community of Madrid has been reflected on
its constant demographic growth

Madrid Region Population Evolution


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1996 2006
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Madrid Region

The population growth, combined with a strong increase in individual mechanized


mobility, was going to cause high congestion in the future
Mechanized Mobility Progression Working day Mechanized
per Inhabitant Mobility Progression

1,75 12.000.000
1,75
10.000.317
10.000.000

1,31 8.000.000 1,31


1,29 6.579.545
1,20 1,22 5.826.272
6.000.000
5.022.289

4.000.000

2.000.000

74 81 87 96 04 0
Population 1996 2004
Mechanized trips per Inhabitant Mechanized trips

Population Increase: Mechanized Trips/Person:


16,0 % Increase 51,9 %

Source: (EDM) Mobility Survey


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Madrid Region

The regional transport authority is composed by a number of governance bodies


and operators who take care of the inter-modal transport integration
National Community of Madrid Region’s
Government Government Madrid City Hall City Halls

Regional Transport Authority


Functions:
 Creation of an integrated fare system
 Integrated planning of transport infrastructures
 Definition of Operation Programs for every
transport mode
 Integrated Image for the Transport System,
offering a global customer service

Renfe Metro de Public Bus Private Bus Private Railway


Suburban
Railways Madrid Companies Companies Companies

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Madrid Region

The Regional Transport Authority was created in 1986 in order to support the
increase on public transport demand, driven by Madrid’s economic and
population growth
Demand Evolution of Public Transport in Madrid Region (millions)
1800

1700 1663
Passengers (millions)

1600
1564
1500 1986 year of creation of 1500
Regional Transport Authority
1400
1365
1300
1183 1245
1200 1141

1100 1060 1120


1014 1070
1000
950
900
74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
Year

 Lack of coordination between transport modes  Coordination between transport modes


 Lack of investment in rolling stock and buses  Creation of a monthly integrated ticket
 Different ticketing for each operator  Expansion of subway network
 Increase of private vehicle use  Creation of interchange terminals
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Madrid Region

Madrid's mobility model has become a global reference, driving the region’s
growth by focusing on sustainability and its citizens

 The public transport development model used  One out of two people uses public
in the last few years has set an international transportation in his mechanized trips
standard: (49% of stages, by Metro)

Many simultaneous projects in the region


 Environmental Impact Reduction:
Reduced time  7,7% car traffic reduction, 385.000 less cars per
day
Environmentally sustainable
 Savings of more than 2 mill. CO2 tons
Developing the region’s town planning and economic growth

Citizen centered: integration and quality of life  Major economic growth for the region
Coordination of inter-modality and fare integration  One of the highest European population growth
(Consortium) rate (16% 1996-2004) and economic growth rate
(4,04% 2000-2007)
 Madrid Region constitutes 18,6% of Spanish GDP
Lead by: and is the home to 19,2% of new Spanish
enterprises
 50,3% of direct foreign investment between 2003
and 2007 in Spain came to Madrid (77% in 2007)

Source: www.madrid.org, www.promomadrid.com 10


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Madrid Region

Madrid Region has one of the highest shares of public transport use
Public and Private transport distribution

100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
Private
50%
Public
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Madrid London Athens Paris Berlin

Madrid’s Journeys Share

Private Public
Transport Transport
50,69% 49,31%

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Madrid Region

Up to half of the public transport stages in Madrid are made by subway

Distribution of Stages in Public Transport of Madrid Region (Million Stages)

Intercities
275,6
14%
Commuters Trains
248,0
13%
Metro
975,7

Urban bus (EMT) 49%


470,2
24%
Source CTRM 2005 12
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Madrid Region

Metro de Madrid Metro de Madrid


External Services
Credentials

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Metro de Madrid

Metro de Madrid was one of the first subways to open in the world

Commissioning of the underground systems in the world

City Year of Commissioning


London 1863

Chicago 1892

Paris 1900

Berlin 1902

New York 1904

Hamburg 1912

Madrid 1919

Tokyo 1927

Moscow 1935
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Metro de Madrid

Metro de Madrid Today: figures 2009

14 Lines

284 km of network
2257 Cars

337 trains in peak hours

294 Stations
Transport:
2.6 Million passengers / day
685 Million passengers / year 2008

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Metro de Madrid

Metro de Madrid has become a world reference in network expansion and


operation

 Unparalleled expansion, setting new standards


in network development:
 170 new km. from 1995 to 2007
 Quality and cost compliance
 0 accidents

 International reference as transport operator:


 Top operational efficiency (employee/ km. 2008 is
46% lower than 1995)
 Cost per km. similar to best practices (3,3 MM€vs.
 Number 1 in km per habitant 2,7-3,6 MM€MTR and SMRT)
 Cost efficiency leadership
 Productivity leadership
 Leadership in R&D, accessibility and security
 High-top perceived-quality index  User and developer of newest technologies
 Voted “2009 World’s most innovative metro”  4.285 CCTV cameras
 1.581 escalators and 436 elevators

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

Since the early 90´s, four large-scale expansion projects have been carried
out to cope with the influx of population and urban sprawl from Madrid’s
economic boom

Metro de Madrid’s Network Growth


300
Development of innovative and unique
solutions in the railway sector
250
Length (km.)

200 +87 km.

+55 km.
150
4.923 MM €
+56 km.
100
3.356 MM €
1.622 MM €
50
1995 1999 2003 2007

Date
Network Expansion Investment

Source: Metro de Madrid Annual Report 2007, Mass Transport Case Study Madrid Metro 17
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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

When Metro de Madrid started its expansion en 1995, the network length
was 120 km.

Metro de Madrid
1995

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

From 1995 to 1999, 56 km. and 37 new stations were added to the network

Metro de Madrid
Extensions
1995 – 1999

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

In a second phase, from 1999 to 2003, the network increased its length by
51 km.

Metro de Madrid
Extensions
1999 – 2003

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

In just 12 years, 128 new stations and 164 km of network were built

Metro de Madrid
Extensions
1995 – 2007 Extensions 1995 – 2007
(12 years)

128 New stations


164 Km. built

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

Metro de Madrid’s network covers 76,7% of the population in the Community


of Madrid
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Coverage of
population

76,7%

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

Expansion was carried out at lower cost and shorter period of time than
similar projects around the world

Duration
City Length Stations Cost/km
(Years)

London 9 16.0 KM 11 312.5 M€


1991 --1999

Athens 12 18.0 KM 21 130 M€


1987 --1999

Paris (meteor) 8 7.0 KM 7 129 M€

Lisbon 8 12.0 KM 16+4 99 M€

Madrid 1995 --1999 4 37.9 KM 38 35 M€

Madrid 1999 --2003 4 54.7 KM 36 48 M€

Madrid 2003 --2007 3 51.1 KM 45 59 M


M€
Heavy Rail

Madrid 2003 -2007 3 27.8 KM 34 19 M


M€
Light Rail

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Metro de Madrid – Expansion

The network expansion achieved an improvement of the share of public


transport use in a moment of growing mobility needs

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5.500
Public Transport
5.000 4.864
Private Transport.
 4.376
4.500

4.000

3.500 3.402 3.363 3.312


3.000 2.843 2.954

2.500 2.318
2.000
1.664 1.628
1.500

1.000
1974 1981 1988 1996 2004
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Metro de Madrid – Operational Efficiency

Along with the network expansion, Metro de Madrid has been able to improve
the service quality and increase its efficiency and productivity

World’s 1st position in km per habitant High Perceived Quality index


7,6
Madrid 80,9
London 54,4 7,4
New York 44,9
Berlin 44,6 7,2
Amsterdam 43,6
Hong Kong 25,2 7
Singapur 24,2
Tokyo 23,8 6,8
Paris 21,3
Santiago 15 6,6 Global
Lisboa 14,5 Network metres 23 parameters
Caracas / 11 6,4
Mexico City 8 per 1000 hab.
B.Aires / 4 6,2
Lima 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

World’s 3rd longest network Productivity Increase


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45 Reduction of 20,3 employees per km.


40 de red
1º London 408 km. 35

30
2º New York 369 km. 25

3º Madrid 320 km. 20

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4º Tokyo 304 km. 10

5
5º Moscow 292 km. 0
1995 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Number of employees per km.

Source: Metro de Madrid’s Annual Report, www.urbanrail.com 25


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Metro de Madrid – Operational Efficiency

Metro de Madrid is a world leader in efficiency and productivity management

Confidential World Productivity Leader International Reference in Operation Costs


Comparative Analysis 140 14
including the following
120 * 2006 data 12
subways: ** 2005 data
100 10
BVG – Berlin
80 8

MTRC – Hong Kong 60 6

40 4
LUL – London
20 2

STC – Mexico City 0 0


C11* C3 C10 C8 C7 C12 C1 C2 C6 MdM C5 C9 C13 C9 C11 C12 C3 C13 C2 C7 C10 C6 MdM C1 C8** C4

Metro de Madrid Employees / network km.(2007) Operation Costs / network km. (2007)

MoM – Moscow International Reference in Maintenance Costs International Reference in Engineering Costs
3 0,4

NYCT – New York * 2006 data 0,35


2,5 * 2006 data
0,3 ** 2005 data
RATP Metro – Paris 2
0,25

1,5 0,2
RATP RER – Paris
0,15
1
Metro de Santiago 0,1
0,5
0,05
SMOC – Shanghai
0 0
C4 C5 C12* C8* C1 C11 C9* C2 C13 MdM C6 C3 C7 C9 C13* C8 C12 C1 C10 MdM C3 C6* C4 C7** C2 C11
MSP – Sao Paulo Infrastructure Maintenance Costs / network km. (2007) Engineering Costs / network km. (2007)

Source: COMET Report provided by Metro de Madrid


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Metro de Madrid – R&D Leadership

Metro de Madrid counts with know-how, technology and the human resources
needed to strengthen its position as the most innovative subway in the world

More than 45 R&D projects


Research, development and technological innovation projects developed
by Metro de Madrid in collaboration with: Metro de Madrid
 7 universities, Spanish and international World Reference
 25 leading companies of the sector
Know-how
Pioneering the use of new technological advances Technology

Personnel

Driving simulators Low maintenance Vibration attenuation Rigid catenary


concrete tracks and systems
concreted crossings

Track & Line inspection Centralized Fire Protection COMMIT – Lines & Station
train Systems based on Water Facilities Maintenance
Mist Technology Centralized Control

Source: “Most Innovative use of Metro Award - Metro Rail Forum 2009” 27
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Metro de Madrid – Accessibility and Security

Improving accessibility is one of the main concerns currently being solved by


Metro de Madrid

 Shallow new stations (platforms at 16 m. average under street)


 Escalators and lifts in all changes of levels
 Very functional stations for customers

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Metro de Madrid – Success Factors

New Technologies

• Powerful Communication system and information technologies

• Modern technological applications for inspection and facilities & trains maintenance

Auscultator train: review of 39 track parameters, 5km in 15 minutes

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Metro de Madrid – Success Factors

Evolution Towards New Management Systems


• Operations Control Centre (OCC) in Alto del Arenal Station

Passenger Station Facilities


Train Traffic Information Control
Control

Coordinator

Energy Control

CENTRAL ROOM
Safety & LAYOUT
Operation Security Control Main Floor
Information Central Room (500 m2)
26 people - 3 shifts
Management

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Metro de Madrid – Success Factors

Evolution Towards New Management Systems


• Network Monitoring & Tele-maintenance Control Centre (COMMIT)

• Incidence analysis to optimize maintenance costs, anticipating possible failures


• Incidence diagnosis, determining the failure cause and initiating resolution protocols
• Remote alarm monitoring
• Remote maintenance and failure solution, accessing telematically to the equipment

1st level (Call center)

2nd level
(escalators,
signals,
communications,
energy,
ticketing, etc.

Exploitation
Operators
Chief of room
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Contents

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Metro de Madrid Metro de Madrid


External Services
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Metro de Madrid External Services

Metro de Madrid's External Services are based on the commitment to offer …

Innovative Value Adding


Best Practices
Solutions Services

Productivity Operational Management


Improvement Efficiency Support

Integrated
State of the Art
Cost Reduction Transport
Technology
Solutions

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Metro de Madrid External Services

Metro de Madrid offers solutions throughout all the phases of an urban


railway project
Services

 Engineering Projects
Railway Consultancy Assessment
 Network Design and Planning
• Consultancy, engineering and technical  Studies and Technical Assistance
assistance projects for the network operator,
 Assessment in tenders
network administrator, public administrations or
financial entities.  Training

 Railway Consultancy
Railway Services Integration Assurance

• Responsible for the planning, start-up, commission,


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 Project Management
execution, coordination and closing of projects and
urban railway systems  Auditing, Control, Monitoring,
Start-up and Supervision

Operation & Maintenance Operation  Network Operation

• Railway network operation and/or infrastructure and  Infrastructure and Rolling Stock
rolling stock maintenance Maintenance

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Metro de Madrid External Services

How can Metro de Madrid help you?

 Planning and designing integrated transport solutions focused on the future


Railway  Finding the best economical and ecological solution, specially design for your project
Consultancy  Identifying and selecting the best suitable project partners
 Finding the right structure with the right companies for a specific project

 Managing the project from the idea through to the commissioning


Railway
 Taking responsibility for specific tasks
Services
Integration  Limiting the risks and effects of influential factors
 Handling complex projects and providing innovative solutions on an interdisciplinary basis

 Monitoring the compliance of quality standards and efficiency levels


Operation &
 Providing the best management practices locally adapted
Maintenance
 Ensuring a more efficient service

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Contents

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External Services
Credentials

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Metro de Madrid Credentials

Executed Projects

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Metro de Madrid Credentials

Current Projects

Current Projects (end 2008)


Railway Services Operation &
Railway Consultancy
Integration Maintenance
Santo Domingo Medellin Santo Domingo Parla
Seville Valencia Madrid (TFM)
Majorca Zaragoza ML1
Tunisia Chile T4 (Madrid)
Madrid Amman ML West (Madrid)
Valladolid Buenos Aires
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Metro de Madrid Credentials

Projects in preparation

Current Opportunity Pipeline


Railway Services Operation &
Railway Consultancy
Integration Maintenance
Washington Seville Santo Domingo San Petersburgo Orán
Buenos Aires Tenerife Abu Dhabi Lima Zaragoza
Dubai Warsaw Copenhague México Valencia
Tunis Bucharest Sao Paulo
Amman Houston
Chile
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