Adif to Transform Barcelona-Sants Station into Future Mobility Hub

Adif Alta Velocidad has designed a project to transform Barcelona-Sants railway station into a future mobility hub.

This site will serve as a future reference station in which mobility in Spain is citizen-oriented and seamlessly integrated into the urban environment.

Barcelona-Sants Station
The hillside is configured in a space for active and last-mile mobility, from bicycles to scooters and large pedestrian areas

The Preliminary Project for the extension and improvement of the station was presented by Raquel Sánchez, Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, accompanied by the president of Adif, Luisa Domínguez.

The design prioritises ensuring Barcelona-Sants is accessible and open to the social, cultural and economic life of the city.

In response to the projected increase in passenger rail transport traffic, the proposal will double the space for railway activity, while also integrating multimodal means of transportation.

The lobby is projected as a continuation of the exterior space, with light entering and natural ventilation through large skylights on the roof

The station will be easily accessible for pedestrians from all directions and will provide bus users with stops on a dedicated road on Passeig de Sant Antoni in front of the new access doors.

It will also include a dedicated area for active and last-mile mobility such as bicycles and scooters. This includes an underground, hillside space for bicycles, scooters and clean vehicles, which will connect with a new bike lane.

The transformation process of the Barcelona-Sants station will be carried out progressively in phases, with completion expected in 2026.

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