According to the 2016 budget prepared by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, 54% or \u20ac5.46bn of the \u20ac10.13bn transport budget will be allocated to rail. High-speed rail will receive \u20ac3.68bn, which is 67%t of the rail budget.\r\nThe Madrid \u2013 Galicia line, which will be extended from Olmedo to Zamora by the end of this year, will receive just over \u20ac1bn. Work to connect it with the already-opened Ourense - Santiago and A Coru\u00f1a - Vigo lines continue. The Spanish government wants to open the whole corridor in 2018.\r\nIn addition, the 2016 budget will allocate funds to other major high-speed corridors including \u20ac466m for Madrid \u2013 Asturias, \u20ac551m for Madrid - Basque Country, \u20ac260m for Bobadilla \u2013 Granada, and \u20ac111m for Murcia - Almer\u00eda line, while the Madrid - Badajos high-speed corridor will see an investment of \u20ac209m. A further \u20ac805m will be used for continuing works to extend standard-gauge track along the Mediterranean corridor from Barcelona to Valencia and Murcia.\r\nThe 2016 draft budget also foresees a \u20ac455m investment in rail safety, such as the deployment of ERTMS on new high-speed lines, and \u20ac275m to acquire new trains.For the conventional broad-gauge network, \u20ac420m will be invested in the mainline network, and \u20ac287m suburban rail of which \u20ac205m is for Barcelona.\r\nThe government plans to increase rail investment by 5% in the following fiscal year.