The regional government of Madrid has awarded contracts worth more than €44m aimed at improving Metro Madrid services. The contracts cover safety, including security guards and CCTV systems, along with resources for improving the maintenance of trains and facilities.

Segurisa has been awarded a four-year, €31.3m contract for surveillance and security services at 13 depots across the network, replacing Ombuds which is currently facing bankruptcy proceedings. Madrid Metro also awarded a €4.3m contract for the comprehensive maintenance of the network’s CCTV system, which currently has more than 8600 cameras.

A three-year, €2.95m framework agreement has been signed for the installation and modernisation of station security systems, which control a number of functions including the automatic start-up of escalators, the public address system and the centralised remote control of stations.

A €3.3m contract has also been awarded for the repair and maintenance of the 1,000 escalators previously managed by Metro Madrid, along with a €2.55m contract to supply 1,520 tyres for series 9,000 trains over the next two years.



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