Open the door to the power of logistics and intermodal

Its privileged location has meant that Miranda de Ebro, historically speaking, has always been the watershed of the most important road and rail communication networks, offering an intermodal potential within reach of quite a number of towns, a potential that Miranda de Ebro coherently responds to in any type of transport.

  • Land transport: by linking up with some of the motorways, dual carriageways and the most important roads in Spain (AP-1, AP-68, N-1, N-124, N-232…). In an outstanding location, in the heart of the Ebro Axis, the main traffic routes converge here, both internally within the Iberian Peninsula and externally with links to Europe, from a strategic position on the Transeuropean Axis.
  • Rail transport: the train lines Madrid-Irun-Paris, Lisbon-Irun-Paris, Bilbao-Miranda de Ebro, A Coruña-Barcelona and Madrid- Bilbao, among others, will be completed with the construction in 2017 of the TCM (Miranda Container Terminal) in the Rottneros area, which opens up the door to all-round intermodality, Miranda de Ebro being a vital point on the Mediterranean Corridor and on the Atlantic Corridor on the Transeuropean Transport Network.
  • Air transport: at least one hundred kilometres away from in reference cargo and/or passenger airports in the north of the country, such as Foronda-Vitoria (30 km), Loiu-Bilbao (90 km), Agoncillo-Logroño (80 km) or Villafría-Burgos (80 km).
  • Sea transport: very close to reference ports in the península, such as Bilbao (90 km), Pasajes (120 km) or Santander (160 km), with connections to the main ports on the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

Also, now the “Ircio Actividades” Industrial Estate offers another are for logistics activity (this platform is part of the CyLoG Network), covering a surface area of almost 400,000 square metres, enabling a link that will make it possible to have intermodal transport solutions by road and rail.