FGC - Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (Spain)
Based on the State-autonomous government changes of 1978, Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (FGC) was created on September 5, 1979 to operate the publicly owned railways belonging to the FEVE in Catalonia. Thus, it became the first public company created by the first government of the restored Autonomous government. FGC is made up of various business units: the Railway Network, which consists of the Barcelona-Vallès and Llobregat-Anoia metropolitan lines, and the Lleida-La Pobla de Segur line. Within the mountain area, it handles the Montserrat Line (Montserrat rack train and the funiculars of Sant Joan and Santa Cova), the La Molina and the Vall de Núria Lines. The metropolitan lines provide a service within the urban area, within the city of Barcelona, as well as to the suburbs and outlying areas. One, international width line connects Barcelona with Sant Cugat, Terrassa and Sabadell, and another, metric width line connects Barcelona with Martorell, Manresa and Igualada. The cargo-line branches link Manresa with Súria and Sellent Mines and provide a connection with the Barcelona port.
FGV - Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (Spain)
The FGV operates and manages the railway lines and complementary services that run within the borders of the Valencian Community which currently include Metrovalencia, which covers a large proportion of the metropolitan area of the city of Valencia, and the Alicante to Denia railway line.
Fundación de los Ferrocarriles Españoles
The Fundación de los Ferrocarriles Españoles (Spanish Railways Foundation) is a cultural organization whose aims are the promotion of the railway transportation through the development of cultural activities such as courses, the management of museums, the publication of the Via Libre magazine, the studies and programmes, and the maintenance of the archives and the library, among other tasks.