|Legal status||organismo autónomo|
|Purpose||intermodal passenger transport|
|Headquarters||Plaza del Descubridor Diego de Ordás, Madrid, Spain|
|Community of Madrid[a]|
|Services||commuter rail, rapid transit, light rail, bus|
The Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid (CRTM; literally: Regional Consortium of Transportation for Madrid) is an autonomous body created by Spanish law 5/1985 which is tasked with coordinating the public transport operations across multiple providers in the Community of Madrid. It harmonizes fares for commuter rail, rapid transit, light rail and bus transport services provided by entities such as Renfe Cercanías, Metro de Madrid S.A. or the Empresa Municipal de Transportes de Madrid (EMT).
Its executive board is presided by the regional minister for Transportation. The vicepresident is a member of the Municipal Council of Madrid. The rest of board members are 6 more representatives of the regional government, 2 more representatives of the Madrid municipal council, 3 representatives of other municipal councils, 2 representatives of the State administration, 2 syndical representatives, 2 representatives of corporate associations and 1 representative of consumer associations.
- Vassallo, José Manuel; Pérez de Villar, Pablo; Muñoz‐Raskin, Ramón; Serebrisky, Tomás (2009). "Public Transport Funding Policy in Madrid: Is There Room for Improvement?". Transport Reviews. 29 (2): 265. doi:10.1080/01441640802383214. ISSN 0144-1647.
- "Ley de creación del Consorcio Regional de Transportes Públicos Regulares de Madrid" [Law for the Creation of the Regional Consortium of Regular Public Transport for Madrid] (in Spanish). Retrieved June 25, 2015.
- "Información Institucional". CTRM. Retrieved 2018-10-22.
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