This Saturday, February 4, 2023, Renfe cuts the service of some Cercanías trains between Nuevos Ministerios and Chamartín due to remodeling works at the latter station. The Cercanías lines affected are those that traditionally pass through the Sol station or “Sol tunnel”.

While the Renfe lines that go from Atocha to Chamartín circulating through the Recoletos station will have no problems. The cut of the lines will last until December 23.

As Renfe itself has reported, the cut will affect a total of five Cercanías lines. These are:

From Renfe they also report on train alternatives so that travelers can continue moving despite the cut. In summary, in many cases citizens will have to transfer at Atocha or Nuevos Ministerios to change platforms.

The trains coming from Alcobendas-San Sebastián de los Reyes and Colmenar Viejo will end their service in Chamartín-Clara Campoamor, where passengers can continue their journey on the trains that travel to Atocha through the Recoletos tunnel: lines C-1, C-2, C-7, C-8 and C-10.

On the other hand, in the trains coming from Aranjuez and Parla, the service start/end stations will be Atocha (in the case of Aranjuez) or Nuevos Ministerios (in the case of Parla, through the Sol tunnel and also stopping at that aforementioned season).

Yes, as Renfe informs, the trains coming from Parla will end their route in Nuevos Ministerios and will stop at Sol station.

For those users who are not completely clear or need more information, Renfe has set up a telephone line (918 314 520) that is active 24 hours a day.

In addition, it reports that its customer service staff will answer questions on the Twitter account (@CercaníasMadrid). There will also be information in the Renfe App and on its website.

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