This initiative has a duration of one year, although during
the first six months, the B10 and B20 buses were up and running; the final
objective of this pilot project is to supply the city bus lines 9, which is municipally
Main Article: Tram de
There is an experimental service tramway, a vehicle that
does not use fossil fuels, but electricity. The tram connects the Plaza
Circular with the expansion of the area north of the city (Zona Juan Carlos I).
This line is part of a project that includes several lines of which some are
has a railway station called Murcia del Carmen, located in the neighborhood of
the same name.
Several long distance lines connect the city with Madrid via the Albacete
and Cartagena tracks,
as well as to Levante Montpellier. Murcia is the center of a local
network. The C-1 line connects the city with Alicante,
and C-2 connects Murcia with
Lorca and Aguilas in its passage through a part of the province of Almeria
Until 1985 there was a direct connection to the cities of Granada and Andalusia.
The railroad was called the Almanzora. In recent years, due to the new boom in
rail transport, there are plans to put the line back into operation, connecting
the Mediterranean and the port
Murcia has a bus station, a public bus company, LATBUS call,
and a merger of other smaller transport companies (LIRS, Aumusa, Travimusa)
operating in the capital and surrounding towns and cities.
Three buses from Line 4, which run through the main streets
and neighborhoods in the city of Murcia,
are already powered by biodiesel. This is a pilot project, initiated following
an agreement between the Energy Management Agency of Murcia and the city of Murcia in the framework of
the European project BioNETT, led nationally by Argemir.
There are also plans to construct a high-speed line Murcia with the Alicante
(the line through which the train will go to Madrid),
Almeria, and Cartagena. The project includes the
underground tracks that will pass through the city.
Due to the proximity of the airports of San Javier (47 km
from the capital by road) and Alicante (70 km), Murcia
does not have its own airport. However, there were plans and it was authorized on
May 21, 2003, considering the general interest of the State.
An airport will be located in the parish of Corvera, 23 km
The Corvera airport will be privately run, which will allow you to travel on
Highways and Roads
The following highways are part of the route in the municipality of Murcia:
A-30 (Autovia Murcia
old N-301) runs between Cartagena and Albacete and links to Levant in the direction of Madrid.
A-7 E-15 (Mediterranean Motorway) links Murcia with Andalusia and Valencia. This highway connects
with the A-30 in the city of Murcia
MU-30 (bypass): Autovia surrounding Murcia. It is built on 10 km,
linking the A-30 at the height of El Palmar with the A-7 E-15 to match Alcantarilla.
Highway): Highway linking Alcantarilla and Murcia
with the inside of the autonomous region. It reaches Caravaca de la Cruz.
MU-31, access to southwest Murcia.
AP-37, planned motorway linking Alicante