Based on accumulated experience, fruit of the work of our 200 collaborators, and on the positive results obtained, that allow us to operate efficiently and sustainably (99.7% availability of service – a cost coverage ratio of over 100%), we offer a line of technical assistance for the various phases of an integral mobility plan:
- Tests and trials
- Service simulation
- Operation and maintenance
Technical Assistance Service
MTSA was founded to launch an alternative means of transport in the form of railway lines on the island of Tenerife. To do so:
We drew up and developed all necessary plans and studies for the design and actual execution of an effective and efficient Guided Transport network, and for the building of other facilities that would provide auxiliary services for the operation of the network.
We designed, built and put in motion the first two tram lines in the metropolitan area of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which contribute to alleviating traffic congestion, facilitate and meet the mobility needs of the population of Tenerife and of the millions of visitors to the island.
We drew up transport plans and projects for the execution of two high performance railway lines for Tenerife – 80 kilometres on the south side of the island and 40 kilometres on the north side, 13 interchanges and workshop and depot facilities.
We have operated and maintained Tramlines 1 and 2 (12.5 and 3.6 km respectively) since 2007, with a passenger load of 14 million passengers a year.
Metropolitano de Tenerife, S.A. – Ctra. La Cuesta-Taco, 124 – 38108 La Laguna – Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Islas Canarias – Spain
Tel. + 34 922 024 800 – Fax: +34 922 574 254 – email@example.com
Vía Móvil, an integral ticketing system
Vía –Móvil is an integral ticketing system that unifies, by means of the user’s mobile telephone and without the need for a paper ticket, the purchase, validation and ticket control process, and which allows for a direct communication between the transport operator and passengers.
External Link [View the Vía-Móvil application video]
SIMOVE, “On-board Speed Monitoring System”
External Link [View the SIMOVE video]
2014: Support in negotiations with the dealer of the tramline to the network expansion plans. Collaboration in the development of an actual operation and maintenance cost model and maintenance that allow the new tram lines projects included in the Master Plan according to international standards.
2015: Advice for operation and maintenance contracts and for the acquisition of new 44 trams.