The vehicles will not be operational in the early morning on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, between 00:00 and 6:00 a.m., unless other actions by the authorities against Covid-19 are communicated. metrotenerife, company of the Cabildo, will suspend the tours that the Line 1 offered at that time.
For its part, the weekend daytime service will continue with its usual frequencies. That is, both Line 1 and Line 2 begin service at 6:00 to end at midnight. It should be remembered that the maximum occupancy per tram is currently 75%, with 150 people – all seats occupied and 90 standing passengers). The tranviaonline application has already been updated to the new threshold of 75%, so it will notify the user of the degree of occupancy of the next trams arriving at their stops, where sound warnings have also been activated.
Likewise, Metrotenerife informs that it continues with the application of hygiene and disinfection measures and protocols so that the light rail operates with the greatest possible health security, apart from influencing its passage in compliance with other important regulations such as the mandatory use of the mask.
Metrotenerife also makes the website tranviaonline.metrotenerife.com available to the user – also through the ten+ mobile app – where it is possible to check the occupancy level of each tram in real time.
The company finally recalls that the percentage shown refers to the limit established by the health authorities, not to the capacity of the vehicle. In the event that a tram reaches its maximum load, it will be reported in the app and a voice message will be issued at the following stops.