MALAGA metro has announced that it has begun the testing process for lines 1 and 2 of its service.
The testing will simulate the daily metro schedule, though without passengers.
The trains are set to run from 6:30am to 11pm daily, with one-way tickets costing €1.35, but as low as €0.85 for pass holders.
Exact dates for the inauguration of the metro have not been released, though hopes are that it will be running in the coming weeks.
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