Spain: Engineering works

Engineering works are taking place in Spain, affecting various services.

Please note that this information is provided by the rail operator and cannot be guaranteed by Loco2.

Zaragoza

Until 3 September 2017

Engineering works are due to take place in the Argentera (Tarragona) tunnel in the Pradell-Riudecanyes section and services are subject to changes. Renfe will be offering a replacement bus service on affected sections of the route between Reus - Marcà - Falset. Please note that the transport of bicycles and domestic animals is not permitted on the buses. For more information on the specific changes to this route, see  Zaragoza engineering works.

Irun

Until 10 September 2017

Engineering works are due to take place between Lezo-Rentería and Irún and services are subject to changes. Renfe will be offering a replacement bus service on affected sections of the route. Please note that the transport of bicycles and domestic animals  is  not permitted on the buses. For more information on the specific changes to this route, see Irun engineering works.

What to do if you think your journey will be affected

If you have tickets for travel on affected routes, we recommend checking the status of your train:

  • Run a search on Renfe for your booked train. Affected services show ( ! ) and details of the disruption.  

  • For Renfe-SNCF services (international trains between France and Spain), you can check the status of your train via the Renfe-SNCF website
  • You can check for new information via the Renfe's traffic update page (in Spanish). 

If you have tickets for onward travel on trains which are scheduled to run as normal, refunds and exchanges are only permitted as per fare conditions. We recommend that you submit a claim to your travel insurer if you miss connections ,  or incur any additional costs.

What to do if you experience a delay

If you experience a delay to your journey, please speak to staff on the train or at the station who are likely to have the most up to date information about how to proceed.

If your journey is delayed you should seek to have your ticket validated by a member of staff as proof of delay as this will ease your passage on subsequent services. Please retain all tickets for the duration of your journey, and keep them until you return home. If you incur any unavoidable additional costs (new tickets, taxis) you should keep all receipts; these may be used as the basis for a claim upon your return.

We are sorry for any disruption in your travel. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions.

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