Madrid, Dec 10 (EFECOM).- Railway traffic on the Atocha – Recoletos section of Madrid “has been restored in the early hours of this Sunday after the work carried out by Adif and Renfe on the section,” a Renfe source reported in a statement. .
The company details that some 60 Renfe and Adif workers have participated in the actions to restore normal circulation, “in addition to the reinforcement of personnel from the information and customer service teams in Cercanías de Madrid.”
The restoration of circulation on the two tracks between Atocha and Recoletos allows the recovery of the usual service on the Cercanías lines, as well as on the Medium and Long Distance trains, with origin or destination Alcázar de San Juan, Jaén, Almería or Extremadura, that circulate in this section.
During the service modification resulting from this incident, Renfe reports that “it has made an additional effort to provide information to its customers through all its communication and traveler service channels.”
The Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, Óscar Puente, published on the social network of a needle, but in the other two there is no clear cause.
The report published by the minister has been prepared by ADIF in relation to the incidents that occurred in the Atocha-Recoletos tunnel consisting of the derailment of a Talgo on November 26 and two commuter trains that occurred on December 5 and 8.
The design of the route layout, according to ADIF, is “totally correct” and the reviews carried out “in the framework of maintenance are also adequate.”
The report adds that “the measures carried out gave a correct result, with nothing relevant being identified that could justify the derailments.” EFECOM