From December 31 to January 1, all lines will be operating between 1am and 6am, with the exception of the line serving Francisco Sá Carneiro airport, the company announced.
The Blue and Yellow lines with those with the most extra trains. On the Blue Line (Senhor de Matosinhos – Estádio do Dragão) there will be departures every ten minutes and double vehicles in both directions between 21:00 and 03:00. “From 3 am until 6 am you can count on departures every 15 minutes, also in both directions and with double units”, says the Metro do Porto. The Queimódromo, close to the Matosinhos-Sul station, will be the epicenter of the New Year celebrations.
On the Yellow line (Hospital São João – Santo Ovídio), which passes through Avenida dos Aliados, there will be eight departures per hour and per direction between 10:00pm and 3:00am, six departures between 3:00am and 5:00am and four between 6:00am and 7:00am .
On New Year's Eve, the Linha Violeta will be the only one to close at 1am, following the normal schedule.
ℹ️ O Metro do Porto está em operação durante toda a noite de passagem de ano, garantindo a melhor e mais segura oferta de transporte para quem festeja a entrada em 2023.https://t.co/KVZTmY4aRy— Metro do Porto (@MetrodoPorto) December 27, 2022
For the Lisbon Metro, no change in service is planned on New
Year's Eve, with trains stopping running at 1am, as they do on any other night.
Stations will open again at 6:30am.