Starting this Friday, the Valencia Metro incorporates its new Line 10 into the night service, so the trams will circulate on Fridays, Saturdays and the eve of holidays until around 2:30 a.m., depending on the route, between the Alacant station and the Ciutat Arts i Ciències-Justícia and Natzaret stops.
From Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) they remind users that the use of a mask is mandatory inside vehicles to continue guaranteeing safe transport and that both the station lobbies and the metro and tram units have hydroalcoholic gel dispensers for free use.
The Metrovalencia night service was put into service in December 2018 and stopped working in March 2020, as a result of the pandemic.
In the month of March 2022, two years later and coinciding with the lower incidence of Covid-19 and with the advance of vaccination, the nocturnal circulations of the weekends prior to the Fallas were recovered and now continue normally, with the incorporation of the new Line 10.
The planned night service offers the same hours as before its interruption. The extension of the schedule allows trains to circulate with a frequency of between ten and twenty minutes through the city center, starting with the last usual service before midnight, in those sections in the direction of Aeroport, Torrent, Torrent Avinguda, Empalme and Maritime-Sawmill.
The last steps through the center of the city of Valencia, at the Àngel Guimerà station, towards the different destinations take place between 2:30 and 3:00.
On the tram lines, the units pass with intervals of 40 minutes on all lines, while on the Primat Reig-Doctor Lluch and Marítim-Grau Canyamelar sections the frequency is 20 minutes.
In the case of Line 10, the frequency of forty minutes is between Alicante and Nazareth and vice versa, while between Nazareth and Ciutat Arts i Ciències-Justícia and vice versa is twenty minutes.
Line 4 runs between Doctor Lluch and Vicent Andrés Estellés, except for the last tram in service that will reach Mas del Rosari. The last steps for the Benimaclet stop to the different destinations take place around 2.30 am.
All those users who wish to expand the information on schedules and frequencies of this service can consult the Metro Valencia website, on the free telephone number for information and Customer Service 900 46 10 46, as well as on the official App and on social networks. social.