Its aim is to perform shuttle functions between the centre and the main means of public collective transport: urban and metropolitan buses, commuter trains and the Seville Metropolitan Railway. In 2016, it transported more than four million passengers.
With the new section reaching the Nervion district, 1.2 kilometres will be added to the route of the Seville tram, which will link San Bernardo with the existing shopping centres on the axis of Luis de Morales Avenue and the Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium.
Alongside this, the Special Plan includes the study of the extension to Santa Justa station, which is contemplated in the current General Land Use Plan (PGOU) as one of the main intermodal nodes of the city. This includes the layout and depots for the workshops and garages.
Ayesa will also carry out an archaeological control to detect possible additional deposits to those located outside the route.