Drama on the 18:35 Madrid to Málaga AVE high speed train as a computer error caused the emergency brakes to activate.
The Madrid-Barcelona AVE high-speed rail link has, as anticipated, had a reasonably significant effect on air traffic between the two cities.
A lot of traffic is expected on the roads in Andalucía as a result of yet another ‘puente’ weekend, people taking advantage of the long weekend to get away from it all. RENFE is increasing the number of places available on the Málaga and Sevilla to Madrid AVE line by around 14,000, that’s 41 more trains.
The Sevilla-Málaga AVE shuttle will start service next Wednesday and will have stops in Córdoba, Antequera and Puente Genil.
The Minister of Development, Magdalena Alvarez, has announced that the AVE high-speed link between Madrid and Barcelona is due to start on Wednesday February 20th.