4 Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) is the collective name of the companies Ferrocarril Metropolità de Barcelona, SA, and Transports de Barcelona, SA, which manage the metro and bus networks of the Barcelona metropolitan area. It also includes Projectes i Serveis de Mobilitat, SA, which manages the Telefèric de Montjuïc (Montjuïc cable car); Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona, SL, which manages fares and other transport services; and the TMB Foundation, which oversees TMB s historic heritage and promotes the values of public transport through social and cultural activities. ÀREA METROPOLITANA DE BARCELONA TRANSPORTS METROPOLITANS DE BARCELONA (TMB) FERROCARRIL TRANSPORTS METROPOLITÀ DE DE BARCELONA, SA BARCELONA, SA PROJECTES I TRANSPORTS FUNDACIÓ TMB SERVEIS DE METROPOLITANS MOBILITAT, DE BARCELONA, SL SA (PSM)
5 Overall activity in 2017 TMB provides transport in the city of Barcelona and in a further ten municipalities in the metropolitan area. It is the main public transport operator in Catalonia and a benchmark public mobility company in Europe and the world. DEMAND SERVICE PROVIDED Passengers transported 592,400,000 (GOBAL IN STI: 985,900,000) Journeys average within the operating area 60.1% Staff 7,935 Places-km 20, Journey covered by Cars/Vehicle-Km in operation (thousands) 130, Source: TMB (2016)
6 Mission To offer a public transport network: That contributes to the improvement of public mobility and the sustainable development of the metropolitan area. Guaranteeing the best customer services. Developing social responsibility policies. In a framework of economic viability and efficiency.
7 Vision We want to be a competitive public transport and mobility company that is a benchmark in Europe: For our contribution to improving mobility in the metropolitan area, urban sustainability and the environment; For the technical quality offered and the quality perceived by the public; For the efficiency of our processes and our optimisation of resources; For our efficient use of technology as a lever in improving service and efficiency; For the excellence of our personnel; For our commitment to society and citizens; For our international presence.
8 Values Commitment and a vocation for public service. Excellent service, effective management. Socially responsible behaviour. Openness to innovation. Win-win relations. Recognition and equity. Teamwork and comradeship. Integrity and honesty. Commitment to personal and professional growth. Respect.
9 Board of Directors of Transports de Barcelona, SA TMB administration and management bodies Board of Directors of Ferrocarril Metropolità Barcelona, SA Chair s Office Vice Chair s Office Chief Executive Officer Legal Advice Area Corporate Human Resources Area Metro Network Department Bus Network Department Executive Board for Economy and Finance Marketing Executive Board Executive Board for Innovation, Technology and International Business
10 Regular transport Tourist Services Bus Network Metro Network Barcelona Bus Turistic Catalunya Bus Turistic Montjuïc Cable Car Tramvia Blau TMB services and products Non fare business Commercial Space Vending machines & automated services Special Services Filming and photo shoots Telecommunications(FO-3G/4G) Advertising Media Sales channels (DA S - E-COMMERCE) International business Transport consultancy Operation and maintenance of other transport networks
11 Area of operation Barcelona Metropolitan Area Metropolitan Region TMB provides services in the city of Barcelona and the metropolitan area that falls within the Integrated Fare System of the Barcelona metropolitan region.
12 STI Integrated Fare System 346 municipalities 9,065 km 2 4,713,222 inhabitants RMB Barcelona metropolitan region 164 municipalities 3,242 km 2 5,028,258 inhabitants Barcelona km 2 1,620,809 inhabitants AMB Barcelona metropolitan area 36 municipalities 636 km 2 3,213,775 inhabitants Integrated tickets Combined tickets Operator-specific tickets
13 The Integrated Fare System for residents This allows users to make a journey that might involve several different modes of transport on a single ticket (metro; urban, metropolitan and interurban buses; tram; FGC railways and Rodalies de Catalunya, the suburban railway network), which reduces the cost of having to buy a separate ticket for each change of transport. The system allows up to four different modes of transport and three changes to be made within a certain time and distance limit, which is established by the number of fare zones on the ticket in question.
14 Combined fare system Montcada i Reixach Tiana Castelldefels Gavà Viladecans Sant Boi de Llobregat Sant Feliu de Llobregat Esplugues de Llobregat Sant Joan Despí Sant Just Desvern L Hospitalet Cornellà de Llobregat de Llobregat El Prat de Llobregat Barcelona Santa Coloma de Gramanet Sant Adrià de Besòs Badalona Montgat HOLA BCN! travel cards, targeting nonresidents. Unlimited travel for 2, 3, 4 or 5 days with a single card. Public transport is one of the best ways to get around in Barcelona. So TMB created the Hola BCN! card to take you all over the city. The Hola BCN! travel card is an individual card that lets nonresidents of Barcelona take as many journeys as they like on the metro, bus (TMB), urban railway (FGC, zone 1), Montjuïc funicular, tram (TRAM) and local mainline trains (Rodalies de Catalunya, zone 1).
15 Institutional support
16 Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona Generalitat de Catalunya Autoritat del Transport Metropolità Transport administrators and operators The public authorities and operators who work with TMB are the institutions and companies in charge of matters concerning the Barcelona metropolitan area. The importance of the public administration as a TMB stakeholder is related to its financing, regulatory action (legislation and regulations) and its status as a shareholder. Bus and Metro Indirect management Bus Taxi buses with DGTM concession
17 Planning the public transportation in 36 Municipalities Grant concessions Of bus services Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) A supramunicipal administration that comprises 36 municipalities and has authority in the following areas: territory and urban planning, transport and mobility, the environment, economic promotion and strategic planning. It has the following functions in matters of transport. AMB Functions Direct management Transports de Barcelona, SA Ferrocarril Metropolità de Barcelona, SA Direct management Indirect management OTHER * Badalona, Cornellà de Llobregat, Esplugues de Llobregat, l Hospitalet de Llobregat, el Prat de Llobregat, Sant Adrià de Besòs, Santa Coloma de Gramenet and Montcada i Reixac. To be involved in the Taxi service Administration Provide metro service to Barcelona and 8 municipalities *
18 Autoritat del Transport Metropolità (ATM) A consortium constituted in 1997 by the Government of Catalonia (51%), Barcelona City Council (25%) and the Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona (24%). The General State Administration (AGE) is present as an observer. Functions: extensive infrastructure planning, fare integration, coordination of programme contracts and infrastructure agreements. Area: includes the Integrated Fare System of the Barcelona area and the entire metropolitan region (346 municipalities). ADMINISTRACIÓN GENERAL DEL ESTADO GENERALITAT DE CATALUNYA AMB AJUNTAMENT DE BARCELONA OTHER MUNICIPALITIES (ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES WITH URBAN TRANSPORT) ADIF FGC RODALIES DE CATALUNYA DGTM CONCESSIONS AMB CONCESSIONS TRAMVIA METROPOLITÀ TMB TOWN COUNCIL CONCESSIONS
19 Mobility in TMB s area of influence The demand for collective public transport within the Integrated Fare System in the Barcelona area was million journeys in Of the total number of journeys made, million 60.1% 60.1 % were made on TMB. 985,900,000 of passengers on public transport 592,400,000 of TMB users Source: ATM (2017)
20 DGTM s buses 3.7 % TRAM 2.8 % Urban buses 4.2 % AMB s other buses 9.1 % Distribution of public transport passengers by operator FGC 8.6 % Rodalies de Catalunya 11.5 % (Renfe) TMB 60.1 % (bus and metro) Source: ATM (2017)
21 Public transport in the Barcelona metropolitan region * MILLIONS * En milions En millones In millions JOURNEYS IN 2017 * JOURNEYS IN 2016 * VARIATION 2017/16 ABSOLUTE FIGURES % METRO % BUS % TOTAL TMB % FGC % RODALIES DE CATALUNYA (RENFE) % TRAMVIA % AMB BUSES % DGTM BUSES % URBANS BUSES % TOTAL % Source: ATM (2017)
22 RESIDENT CUSTOMER PROFILE BUS RESIDENT CUSTOMER PROFILE METRO NON-RESIDENT/TOURIST CUSTOMER PROFILE 32% MAN 25 % MAN 50 % MAN SEX 68% WOMAN 75 % WOMAN 50 % WOMAN 17 % % YEARS YEARS 25 % 11 % YEARS + 60 YEARS 5 % 17 % +65 YEARS TO 24 YEARS AGE 34 % 23 % YEARS YEARS YEARS 21.2 % % YEARS 33 % YEARS 45 % YEARS EDUCATION 1 % NONE 42 % UNIVERSITY 18 % 39 % PRIMARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL 1 % 40 % NONE UNIVERSITY 13 % 46 % SECONDARY SCHOOL ORIGIN 10 % NATIONAL 90 % INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT 21 % RETIRED 62 % % IN EMPLOYMENT 11 STUDENT 2 % HOME 4 % UNEMPLOYED 68 % IN EMPLOYMENT 8 % RETIRED 16 % STUDENT 2 % HOME 6 % UNEMPLOYED Source: TMB (2017)
23 A management model based on commitment and social responsibility As the main public transport operator, TMB works to improve the city and its environment, taking on board the future challenges that will generate change. Some of the main principles of its management policy include a culture of innovation, continuous improvement, rigor and transparency. Its main objective and mission is to be an exemplary public company. This is the driving force behind all its plans of action, which include protecting the environment, saving energy, promoting social inclusion and facilitating accessibility, all of which are the characteristics of sustainable, inclusive mobility.
24 Close to the general public TMB has developed a series of tools and services deigned to provide its customers with information and localized services tailored to people s needs at any given time. Social Media Media Channels TMB App JoTMBé Punts TMB 010 Telephone Costumer Service
25 Close to people DIGITAL TOOLS FOR TMB USERS Website Social Information and customer service on Twitter. From Mondays to Fridays from 07:00 to 20:00 except public holidays. Service status updates and answers to queries about the Barcelona metro and bus Corporate Twitter to share information, interesting facts and experiences relating to public transport. Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram YouTube and SlideShare Our main hashtags are #busbcn and #metrobcn. Applications TMB App: Free app to assist with journeys. Personalised and general information, service alerts, journey planning, customer service, etc. JoTMBé JoTMBé is the personal area of TMB where you can enjoy personalised services and receive bus and metro information, save your transport preferences and take advantage of exclusive special offers on leisure and cultural activities in Barcelona. Access to it is via tmb.cat or through the TMB App. MouTV TMB channel with service info, news and advertising. 3,000 broadcasting points on buses and in the metro. CUSTOMER SERVICE IN PERSON AND ONLINE Punts TMB (Information offices) (from 08:00 to 21:00) The number 010 is available to consult Mondays Sundays, 24 hours a day
27 Barcelona Buses With a fleet of over 1000 vehicles, all of them adapted for disabled persons, and 100 lines, the TMB bus network provides service for 10 cities in Barcelona and its metropolitan area. 1,085 ADAPTED VEHICLES KM 2 2,541 STOPS: SHELTERS STOP POSTS KM BUS TRAIL 98 LINES 4,327 STAFF Source: TMB (2017) 1) CONVENTIONAL LINES + HIGH-PERFORMANCE LINES + NEIGHBOURHOOD LINES 2) NOT INCLUDING BARCELONA BUS TURÍSTIC AND TRAMVIA BLAU LINES
28 Places-km (MILLIONS) 3, Vehicles-km in operation (THOUSANDS) 40, ,970,000 Source: TMB (2017) The TMB bus network currently has more than 196,97 million passengers a year (202 if we include the Barcelona Bus Turístic and the Tramvia Blau), nearly 20,5% of all passengers in the metropolitan region. Journeys (MILLIONS) Pass./vehicle (KM IN OPERATION) 4,98 Passengers-km (PLACES-KM/1,000) Average distance per journey 2.80Km
29 Bus network support centre The CSXB coordinates the bus fleet in real time to ensure the service operates according to plan, manages and regulates arrival times, minimizing any incidents that may occur and controls information systems to aid service provision.
30 1,085 vehicles Business Operations Centres TMB has four business operations centres (CON) or depots that undertake management of assigned bus lines, programming and service planning. Horta 348 vehicles Ponent 139 vehicles Triangle 257 vehicles Zona Franca 348 vehicles Source:TMB (2017)
31 496 DIESEL BUSES 378 NATURAL GAS BUSES 4 FULL ELECTRIC BUSES The cleanest bus fleet in Europe TMB s commitment to sustainability and improving air quality make its bus fleet the cleanest in Europe. Each year, TMB replaces buses at the end of their useful life (14-15 years) with other more innovative and efficient vehicles in order to reduce pollutant emissions. 207 HYBRID BUSES (DIESEL + ELECTRIC) Source: TMB (2017)
32 An accessible network The entire TMB bus network has been wheelchair adapted since We are currently working to make all vehicles accessible to people with functional disabilities.
33 H2 H4 H6 H8 H 10 V1 V3 V5 V7 V9 D50 D20 The new Bus network; the network of the 21st century The new bus network is a project to redraw the bus network in Barcelona according to criteria of ease of use, effectiveness and efficient resource management. Once implementation is complete, citizens will have a bus network that is more readable, with shorter waiting and journey times and enhanced connectivity between different modes of transport: a more attractive and more sustainable public transport network.
34 The bus network a 21stcentury city deserves Where we ve been A network that was the legacy of the tram network of a century ago. With the growth of Barcelona, the lines were extended and overlapped, creating a network that was illogical, with redundant stretches on a number of lines, and routes that hampered speed and frequency. Links between network areas were often uncertain, hard to understand and difficult to read on a map. Where we re going Once implemented, the new bus network will consist of 28 high-performance lines: 17 vertical (sea-mountain), 8 horizontal (Llobregat- Besòs) and 3 diagonal. These are complemented by other conventional and neighbourhood lines. How it is implemented Implementation is gradual, and to avoid duplication, existing lines that run on similar routes to new ones are replaced or undergo route alterations.
35 Features of the new network Easy Easier to use: lines with more direct routes, designed to be more efficient and logical. Connected Maximum connectivity: the network reaches all parts of the city with better connections with other bus lines and other public transport. Frequent Greater frequency: the buses run more frequently and for longer, shortening waiting times at bus stops. Interchangeable Interchange hubs: located where the vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines intersect, in both directions, to switch easily, simply and conveniently from one line to another.
37 8LINES Barcelona metro system The Barcelona metro has 8 lines (five conventional lines and three automatic) and integrates the Montjuïc funicular service. A total of 156 stations and 150 trains running at peak times. 5 CONVENTIONAL 3 AUTOMATED 119 KM TRACKS 156 STATIONS 150 TRAINS
38 The TMB metro network connects Barcelona to seven cities in the metropolitan area. LENGTH KM NUMBER OF STATIONS TRAINS IN RUSH HOUR Source: TMB (12/02/2017) FREQUENCY (RUSH HOUR) The 6 interval corresponds to the individual sections of the L9 Nord and L10, while on the common section it is 3. L L L L L L9 NORD/L /4 * 6 04 L9 SUD L FUNICULAR TOTAL
39 Metro service With an extensive service schedule, the TMB metro currently carries over 390 million passengers a year, 39,6% of the total number of passengers in the metropolitan region. Seats-km (MILLIONS) 16, Cars/Vehicle-Km in operation (THOUSANDS) 90, Journeys (MILLIONS) 390,40 Source: TMB (2017) OPERATING HOURS (2017) Weekdays (Monday to Thursday), Sundays and public holidays H Saturdays and eves of public holidays H Saturdays and 31 December, 23 June and eves of certain other public holidays NON-STOP SERVICE December, 24th CLOSES AT Ratio Cars /Vehicle-Km in operation (KM IN OPERATION) 4.33 Passengers-km (PLACES-KM/1,000) Averange distance per trip 5.00 km
40 Metro Control Centre Operates all year round, 24 hours a day, and uses the latest technology to ensure the proper functioning of the metro network, The CCM handles all the resources involved in the operation of the metro: Trains Attendance at stations Power operation Customer information Network security is managed by the Centre for Safety and Civil Defence (CSPC), located in the same building as the CCM.
41 An adapted network 91 % 91% of the TMB metro is currently wheelchair adapted. It works to adapt to all citizens, bearing in mind the diversity of customers (blind, visually impaired and hearing impaired, children and the elderly) and improving announcements, visual information displays, signs, reserved areas, etc.
42 A metro network with a comprehensive safety system Safety of people and facilities. A flexible safety model adapted to the new challenges, efficient, sustainable, innovative and coordinated with public safety resources. Traffic safety. A railway safety culture in which everyone gets involved to identify and control the risks of the activity to alleviate them, minimize them and ensure the integrity of employees, customers and service. Staff safety. A risk prevention policy that contributes to improving the health, safety and welfare of workers as a necessary condition of company efficiency and sustainability.
43 25 % The automated metro, a better service Technology for maximum safety, greater flexibility, greater reliability, greater efficiency, more information and personalised service. 25% of the Barcelona metro is driverless. The L9 Nord/L10, L9 Sud and L11 are automated (32.4 km, of a total 119 km).
44 How it works? The metro runs an automated system that allows it to run without staff on board. Advanced technology enables remote control of line resources, facilities and infrastructure, such as trains, lifts and escalators, ticket machines and validation lines. The trains are located, controlled and programmed from the Metro Control Centre (CCM). The trains travel at the assigned speed, stopping at stations according to a pre-set programme which can vary depending on the day and time, although the CCM can intervene at any time.
45 L1 L9 Zona Universitària L9 Sud The southern section of Line 9 from Zona Universitaria to Barcelona-El Prat Airport is the latest automated metro to enter service - on 12 February Collblanc L5 Torrassa 100 % Automated L1 19.7kilometers 15 Stations El Prat Estació R2 Can Tries/ Gornal Europa/ Fira 7new links with other lines and services Cèntric Les Moreres Fira Aeroport T2 R2 Mas Blau Parc Nou Mercabarna Parc Logístic L9 Aeroport T1 Source: TMB (2017)
47 Barcelona Bus Turístic The Barcelona Bus Turístic is the city s official sightseeing bus It offers three different routes on which to visit Barcelona on one ticket and a night tour in the summer. ITINER 3ARY OPEN-TOP DO77 UBLE-DECKER BUS 1,643 PASSENGERS,2 A YEAR43 Barcelona Night Tour Bus SPECIAL SUMMER NIGHT SERVICE Source: TMB (2017)
48 A bus to see the best of Barcelona Red Route, Blue Route and Green Route Three different routes with a single ticket that take you to the sights, lets you hop off and look around, hop back on, continue along the same route or change at a connection point. All this, as many times as you like. 77 vehicles BLUE ROUTE km 15 stops RED ROUTE km 22 stops GREEN ROUTE 7.56 km 8 stops Source: TMB (2017) 45 stops
49 Every day of the year except 1 January and 25 December 363 days High frequency. A bus every 5 minutes during peak season 5 min A pioneering service, since 1987 Audio in 16 languages 16 Ticket for 1 or 2 consecutive days + Children s and senior s ticket (> 65 years or > 33% disability) 1o2 days Exclusive discounts to enjoy the best museums, attractions and establishments Discount Source: TMB (2017) High level of passenger satisfaction + 95%
50 Barcelona Night Tour Bus 5,634 passengers a year A unique night-time tour This is a very special Barcelona Bus Turístic service: a night-time bus ride that leaves from Pl. de Catalonia to see how the most emblematic sights light up the city. From June to September: departures on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Departures at Lasts approximately 2 hours and 30 min. Source: TMB (2017)
51 Telefèric de Montjuïc Barcelona from the sky The cable car connects the city to the top of Montjuïc and gives passengers a unique panoramic view of Barcelona. Montjuïc Cable Car has three stations: Parc Montjuïc - Castell - Mirador 1,450,000 Annual passengers 752 LENGTH (METRES) VERTICAL RISE (METRES) 12 SUPPORTS 55 CABINS 8 CAR CAPACITY (PASSENGERS) 48 MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN CARS (METRES) SPEED (M/S) Source: TMB (2016)
52 Tramvia Blau 140,000 (2017) A singular means of transport The Tramvia Blau dates from 1901 and is the last survivor of Barcelona s old tram lines. It covers 1,276 metres up to the foot of the Tibidabo funicular, surrounded by Modernist and noucentiste buildings that give way to nature and magnificent views of the city. 1,276 LENGTH OF ROUTE 93 VERTICAL RISE 3 6 MAXIMUM SPEED (METRES PER SECOND) TRAMVIA BLAU IS CLOSED TEMPORARILY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT WORKS 48 PASSENGERS CAPACITY/TRAM 32 SEATED 16 STANDING Source: TMB (2017)
53 Catalunya Bus Turístic Departures from Barcelona to discover all the secrets of Catalonia Montserrat mountain and its choir school, Dali surrealist art, wine and champagne, the cities of Barcelona, Girona and Badalona, the best food, authentic Catalan Art Nouveau, the Pyrenees and the Núria Valley, the best shopping, and more!
54 Vall de Núria Figueres Girona Montserrat Colònia Güell El Penedès Barcelona Routes 2018 Itineraries from Barcelona
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