The Nationale-Nederlanden San Silvestre Vallecas Popular race will start at 4:50 pm from avenida de Concha Espina and will finish at 7:45 pm at calle Candilejas. On the other hand, the San Silvestre International race will start at Avenida Concha Espina at 7:55 p.m. and will finish at 8:40 p.m. at the Estadio de Vallecas. In line with the above, and in the context of the forecasts made in order to preserve the safety of those attending the celebration as well as other users of public roads, a set of measures have been scheduled to facilitate mobility as much as possible. These measures are integrated and form a fundamental part of the mobility plan designed specifically for the event, which will also include the deployment of a special device of Municipal Police and Mobility Agents that will ensure that traffic needs are met.
Repercussions on traffic
Due to the celebration of the Nationale-Nederlanden San Silvestre Vallecana Popular race and the Nationale-Nederlanden San Silvestre Vallecana International race and, in order to guarantee the safety of the participants and the rest of the users of the public roads, from 10:00 am (approximately) on December 31st, 2022, traffic cuts will be registered in the following roads affected by the route of the races:
Similarly, due to the preparations and work of assembly and disassembly of the start and finish of the aforementioned races, other traffic cuts are additionally planned at the following locations:
Affections to public rotational parking:
During the development of the race, traffic cuts will affect to a greater extent the parking areas of Sánchez Bustillo (Centro district) and Daoiz y Velarde (Retiro district).
Train service will be reinforced on the following three Metro lines: lines 9A and 10A for the beginning (Santiago Bernabéu and Concha Espina) and line 1 (Portazgo) for the end of the two races. In addition, the station most affected, as it is the end of both races, is Portazgo station. Therefore, at some point it may be necessary to intermittently regulate the entrance to Portazgo station due to the large number of passengers. For this reason, this station will be reinforced with public service personnel and security personnel. Maximum attention will also be given, with reinforcement of personnel and security, at the Nueva Numancia, Puente de Vallecas and Buenos Aires stations.
Buses of the Municipal Transport Company (Empresa Municipal de Transportes)
The event will affect 55 regular bus lines, which will suffer deviations in some of their official routes or will be limited, meaning that they will not be able to finish their route in any of the headboards. From 8 am on December 30th to 11:59 pm on December 31st, 2022: 4 lines will be affected, 3 of them diverted (14-43-150) and one limited line (120). On December 31st, 2022, between 4:00 pm and 9:00 pm, 55 lines will be affected: 30 diverted (1-2-5-7-8-9-12-14-16-16-19-21-43-45-51-61-C1-C1-C2-74-103-113-120-136-141-144-146-150-152-156- 001- C03), 17 limited lines (6-15-20-26-28-32-34-52-53-56-56-59-85-86-102-148-203-E1) and 8 diverted and limited lines (10-24-37-54-57-58-58-111-310).
BiciMAD stations number 103 (Ortega y Gasset, 4), 105 (Serrano, 46), 106a (Serrano, 32), 106b (Serrano, 32), 107 (Serrano, 9), 137 (Plaza de la República Argentina,6-9) 148 (Serrano, 210), 149 (Paseo de la Habana, 42) are scheduled to close on December 31st, 2022. The Madrid City Council recommends citizens to use public transport, and in case it is necessary to use private vehicles for long-distance trips, use the M-30 and M-40.