Public transport measures against Covid-19
We at TMB are implementing measures for the prevention of contagion within our network.
We want to remind you of your obligation of limiting your travel if it is not imperative
Use public transportation only if necessary. If you belong to a risk group (seniors and people with illnesses) or if you have symptoms, do not use public transport. If you have to travel, keep a safe distance from the other passengers and spread out throughout the trains. Finally, wash your hands after using public transport.
More interesting information on the following websites:
Adjustment of metro and bus servicesAdjustment of metro and bus services
Metro and buses are operating with 50% of their vehicles, adapting to users' needs by limiting the number of passengers so that people can maintain a safe distance.
From 2nd to 9th April, payment for public transport is suspended to ease the need of travelling to people who work for essential services. They will have to validate their ticket at the entrance of the metro stations and when getting on a bus, but none of these trips will be discounted.
The fixed schedule of the metro network is from 5 in the morning until 12 at night, Monday to Sunday.
The Saturday to Sunday non-stop metro service and the Montjuïc Funicular service have been entirely suspended until further notice.
Tourist transports are temporarily out of service
During this period of restrictions, TMB's tourist transports have temporalily cancelled their services as a measure to prevent the risk of Covid-19 contagion:
Cleaning and disinfection of our transportsCleaning and disinfection of our transports
At TMB, we have increased the hygiene and disinfection measures of vehicles and premises in order to guarantee the safety of our users.
We will answer your questions, provide information and offer basic advices
The Punts TMB offer no services due to the closing of in-person customer service offices, which do not provide physical distancing from users.
We ask you to refrain from interacting with bus drivers and metro personnel.
We are available online and on the phone via the following channels:
- By phone, call 902 701 149, from Monday to Sunday, 8.00 to 21.00.
- On Twitter, @TMBInfo support profile
- On Facebook Messenger
For formalities and arrangements, use our virtual office.
Remember we keep you informed constaintly through our profiles on social network.
“Don´t travel", the message from Karma to all users of public transport
TMB is addressing all users through Karma, the person who usually teaches them to travel with a sense of public order, reminding them it is essential to stay home and not travel these days. She also appreciates your collaboration in following the preventive measures established to avoid infection.
Visit Karma's page and read about some ideas to stay busy while you're at home.