The name RENFE is derived from that of the former Spanish National Railway Network, RENFE (acronym of Red Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Españoles) created on 24 January 1941 with the nationalization of Spain's railways.
At the same time, the existing RENFE double-arrowed logo (nicknamed the "galleta", Spanish for biscuit), first introduced in 1971 and facelifted in 1983, with a sans-serif font and again in 2000, with a mixed case italic font, has been replaced by a dark purple lower-case wordmark designed by Interbrand, and also replaces some of the separate logos used by the other sectors, although the old RENFE logo remains in use in some stations in Spain and on maps to indicate a RENFE station.
Comfort - Fast - Quality - Effectiveness - Performance - Trust - Team - Union
The brand is reinforced through the new design which looks after the little
projecting values ​​with which a new image.
Corporate settings
colors depending on the type of vehicle
Website concept
Renfe App
Renfe Cercanias App
Ticket concept