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Metro Ligero Oeste (Madrid)

  • Metro Ligero Oeste, S.A. (“MLO”) is a 22.4 km light rail network, composed by two lines (ML2 and ML3) and 28 stations
  • MLO connects Madrid´s city center with the suburbs to the north-west. ML2 connects Colonia Jardín (on line 10 of the Madrid subway system) to Pozuelo de Alarcón and Aravaca, while ML3 connects Colonia Jardín to Boadilla del Monte. Please click here for Madrid´s subway and light rail system map
  • The concession was granted for a period of 30 years in September 2006. Total project cost (including rolling stock) was EUR 642 million
  • In 2019 MLO served 7.0 million users annually (80 million users to date) with 27 Alstom Citadis light rail units
  • Queenspoint´s co-investors in the asset are Aberdeen Asset Management (56.7%) and Aleatica (23.3%)

20.0%

in a 22.4 km light rail network in Madrid´s north west, composed by two lines and 28 stations

Metro Line 9, Segment 4 (Barcelona)

  • Barcelona subway´s line 9 (“L9”) is a new automatic subway line integrated within Barcelona´s underground network and interconnecting five municipalities in the surrounding metropolitan area
  • Linia Nou Tram Quatre, S.A. (“L9T4”) is a 10.9 km segment of L9, including the 13 stations which are included in the concession agreement
  • L9T4 connects the Can Zam station in north Barcelona with La Sagrera in the city center, serving Santa Coloma de Gramanet, Badalona and Barcelona
  • The concession agreement was signed for a period of 31 years and nine months in December 2008. Total project cost (including rolling stock) was EUR 542 million
  • L9T4 serves 30 million users annually. Once segment 3 of L9 is opened, overall ridership is projected to exceed 100 million
  • Queenspoint´s co-investors in the asset are Global Borealis (50%, in turn owned 80% by Brookfield and 20% by Iridium) and John Laing Infrastructure Fund (13.5%)
  • Please visit www.tmb.cat/es/barcelona/metro/-/lineametro/L9N for further information
  • Please click here for Barcelona´s subway and light rail system map

36.5%

in a 10.9 km automatic subway line segment in Barcelona´s north, including 13 stations

Metro Line 9, Segment 2 (Barcelona)

  • Barcelona subway´s line 9 (“L9”) is a new automatic subway line integrated within Barcelona´s underground network and interconnecting five municipalities in the surrounding metropolitan area
  • Linia Nou Tram Quatre, S.A. (“L9T2”) is a 10.8 km segment of L9, including the 15 stations which are included in the concession agreement
  • L9T4 connects the Zona Universitária station in Barcelona,s center with the Poligón Pratenc station in the south, serving Barcelona, Hospitalet de Llobregat and El Prat de Llobregat
  • The concession agreement was signed for a period of 31 years and eleven months in November 2010. Total project cost (including rolling stock) was EUR 756 million, of which EUR 178 million are yet to be expended
  • L9T4 serves 30 million users annually. Once segment 3 of L9 is opened, overall ridership is projected to exceed 100 million
  • Queenspoint´s co-investors in the company are STEP2 (50%, in turn owned 80% by John Laing Infrastructure Fund and 20% by Iridium) and John Laing Infrastructure Fund (13.5%)
  • Please visit www.tmb.cat/es/barcelona/metro/-/lineametro/L9N for further information
  • Please click here for Barcelona´s subway and light rail system map

36.5%

in a 10.8 km automatic subway line segment in Barcelona´s north, including 15 stations

Metro Line 9 Maintenance (Barcelona)

  • Linia Nou Manteniment, S.A. (“L9M”) is a maintenance company which manages
    L9T4´s and L9T2´s total 28 stations
  • L9M coordinates its work with the public operator ATM
  • Queenspoint´s co-investors in the company are STEP2 (50%, in turn owned 80% by John Laing Infrastructure Fund and 20% by Iridium) and John Laing Infrastructure Fund (13.5%)

36.5%

in the company providing maintenance services to L9T4 and L9T2