List of tram and light-rail transit systems


List of tram and light-rail transit systems

The following is a list of cities that have tram / light-rail systems as part of their public transport system.

"See also:"
* List of United States Light Rail systems by ridership
* List of town tramway systems
* List of rapid transit systems
* List of suburban and commuter rail systems
* List of trolleybus systems

Asia

flag|People's Republic of China

*Tianjin - rubber tyred tram, see Trams in Tianjin, Tianjin rubber tyred tram
*ChangchunChangchun Light Rail Transit, tram
*Dalian - tram, see Trams in Dalian
*Hong KongHong Kong Tramways, MTR Light Rail

flag|India

*New Delhi – reintroduction of tram proposed
*Kolkata – "CTC" - Asia's oldest surviving electric tramway:::- "Kolkata Light Rail Transit System"

flag|Kazakhstan

*Temirtau – tram
*Oskemen – tram
*pavlodar – tram
*Almaty – tram

flag|Uzbekistan

*Tashkent – tram, see Trams in Tashkent

flag|Israel

*JerusalemJerusalem Light Rail - tram under construction
*HaifaMetronit
*Tel AvivTel Aviv Light Rail - tram under construction

flag|Japan

*FukuiFukui Railway (Interurban streetcar)
*HakodateHakodate City Transportation Bureau (tramway)
*HiroshimaHiroshima Electric Railway (tramway with LRVs)
*KagoshimaKagoshima City Transportation Bureau (tramway)
*Kamakura, FujisawaEnoshima Electric Railway (light rail)
*Kitakyūshū – Chikuhō Electric Railroad (tramway consist of private right of way)
*KōchiTosa Electric Railway (tramway)
*KumamotoKumamoto City Transportation Bureau (tramway)
*KyotoKeifuku Electric Railroad (light rail)
*MatsuyamaIyo Railway (tramway)
*NagasakiNagasaki Electric Tramway (tramway)
*OkayamaOkayama Electric Tramway (tramway)
*Osaka, SakaiHankai Electric Tramway (light rail)
*ŌtsuKeishin Line, Ishiyama Sakamoto Line (Interurban light rail) operated by Keihan Electric Railway
*SapporoSapporo Street Car (tramway) operated by Sapporo City Transportation Bureau
*Takaoka, ShinminatoManyō Line Corporation (tramway)
*Tokyo - Tokyo Toden (Trams in Tokyo)
*: – Toden Arakawa Line (tramway) operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation
*: – Tōkyū Setagaya Line (tramway consist of private right of way) operated by Tokyu Corporation
*Toyama
*: – Toyama City Line (tramway) operated by Toyama Chihō Railway
*: – Toyama Light Rail (from 29 April 2006)
*Toyohashi – Toyohashi City Line (tramway) operated by Toyohashi Railroad

Proposed Light Rail Systems in Japan

*KumamotoKumamoto Electric Railway
*Kyoto
*Toshima, Tokyo
*Utsunomiya

flag|Malaysia

*Kuala LumpurKelana Jaya Line and Ampang Line

flag|North Korea

*Chongjin - tram
*PyongyangPyongyang Tram see also Trams in Pyongyang

flag|Philippines

*ManilaManila Light Rail Transit System (LRT) (two lines),
*Manila Metro Rail Transit System (MRT)

flag|Singapore

*Bukit Panjang Light Rail Transit
*Sengkang Light Rail Transit
*Punggol Light Rail Transit

flag|South Korea

*YonginEverLine Rapid Transit System (LRT)

flag|Taiwan

*KeelungKeelung Light Rapid Transit (proposed)

Africa

flag|Algeria

*Algiers – scheduled to open in 2009 [http://www.algerie-dz.com/article5863.html]
*Oran – schaduled to open in 2009 [http://www.algerie-monde.com/actualite/article1493.html]

flag|Egypt

*Cairo – trams, connects suburb Heliopolis which has tram, another suburb Heluan also has tram, but not connected with Cairo. See Trams in Greater Cairo
*Alexandria – [http://www.geocities.com/alextracks/ trams] , Alexandria Tram

flag|Morocco

*Rabat – scheduled to open in 2010 [http://www.bouregreg.com/?lang=fr&Id=74&RefCat=24]

flag|Nigeria

*Abuja – Phase 1 to be completed 2007 [http://www.thisdayonline.com/nview.php?id=41418&printer_friendly=1]
*Calabar – Monorail is being developed [http://www.afreximbank.com/press-details.aspx?ID=100]
*LagosLagos Light Rail is being developed [http://www.lemna.com/PressPDFs/Lagos%20LRT.pdf] by Lemna International [http://www.lemna.com] [http://www.lamata-ng.com/rail_services.html]
*Port Harcourt – This is being developed [http://www.systra.com/en/news/news0011.htm]

flag|South Africa

*Kimberley – heritage tram

flag|Tunisia

*Tunis - modern tram – [http://www.snt.com.tn/ métro léger] – list of Tunis Métro stations

Europe

flag|Austria

*Gmunden, Gmunden-Vorchdorf, Vorchdorf-Lambach, Lambach-Haag, Vöcklamarkt-Attersee
*Graz
*Innsbruck
*Linz, Linz-Pöstlingberg, Linz-Waizenkirchen
*Salzburg
*Wien (Vienna), Wien-Baden

flag|Belarus

*Minsk
*Mazyr
*Novopolotsk
*Vitebsk

flag|Belgium

*Antwerp, operated by De Lijn
*Brussels, operated by MIVB/STIB
*Charleroi, operated by TEC
*Ghent, operated by De Lijn
*Belgian Coast Tram, operated by De Lijn

flag|Bosnia-Herzegovina

*Sarajevo

flag|Bulgaria

*Sofia

flag|Croatia

*Osijek
*Zagreb

flag|Czech Republic

*Brno
*Liberec
*Most-Litvínov
*Olomouc
*Ostrava
*Plzeň
*Praha

flag|Estonia

*Tallinn - Tallinn tram

flag|Finland

*Helsinki: Helsinki tram

flag|France

*BordeauxTramway de Bordeaux
*Clermont-FerrandTramway de Clermont-Ferrand
*GrenobleTramway de Grenoble
*Île-de-France (Paris) – Tramways in Paris
*Lille to Roubaix and TourcoingTramway de Lille
*LyonTramways in Lyon
*MarseilleTramway de Marseille
*MontpellierTramway de Montpellier
*MulhouseTramway de Mulhouse
*NantesTramway de Nantes
*NiceTramway de Nice
*OrléansTramway d'Orléans
*RouenTramway de Rouen
*Saint-EtienneTramway de Saint-Etienne
*StrasbourgTramways in Strasbourg
*ValenciennesTramway de Valenciennes

flag|Germany

Light rail ("Stadtbahn" or "Strassenbahn")

*Baden-Baden, Heilbronn, Karlsruhe, Pforzheim (linked as "Stadtbahn Karlsruhe"/"Karlsruher Modell")
*Bielefeld
*Bochum, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Herne, Krefeld, Mülheim an der Ruhr (linked as "Stadtbahn Rhein-Ruhr")
*Bonn, Cologne(Köln), Siegburg (linked as "Stadtbahn Köln/Bonn")
*Frankfurt ("Frankfurt U-Bahn" is also technically a light rail transit system, see also Frankfurt Transit)
*Hanover
*Kassel
*Saarbrücken
*Stuttgart

Tram

*Berlin
*Bochum
*Bonn
*Darmstadt
*Duisburg
*Düsseldorf
*Essen
*Frankfurt am Main
*Frankfurt (Oder) (although Line 4 is built to light-rail specifications)
*Freiburg im Breisgau
*Gelsenkirchen
*Herne
*Kassel
*Leipzig
*Mainz
*Mannheim
*Mülheim an der Ruhr
*Munich
*Oberhausen
*"~50 others" [http://www.lrta.org/world/worldf-j.html#Germany]

flag|Hungary

*Budapest – tram lines operated by BKV
*Debrecen – tram lines operated by DKV
*Miskolc – tram lines operated by MVK Rt.
*Szeged – tram lines operated by SzKT

flag|Ireland

*DublinLuas (operated by Veolia Transport)

flag|Isle of Man

*Douglas Horse Tram
*Manx Electric Railway
*Snaefell Mountain Railway

flag|Italy

*Genova (closed but under consideration)
*Firenze ("under construction")
*L'Aquila ("projected translohr")
*Messina
*Milano
*Napoli
*Padova (translohr)
*Roma
*Sassari
*SoprabolzanoRenonCollalbo
*Torino
*TriesteOpicina Tramway
*Venezia ("translohr under construction")

flag|Latvia

*Daugavpils – Daugavpils Tramway
*Liepaja – Liepājas tramvajs
*Riga – Rīgas Satiksme

flag|Netherlands

*AmsterdamGemeentelijk Vervoerbedrijf (GVB)
*RotterdamRotterdamse Elektrische Tramweg Maatschappij (RET)
*The Hague, DelftHaagsche Tramweg Maatschappij (HTM)
*The Hague, ZoetermeerRandstadrail HTM Personenvervoer (HTM)
*The Hague, RotterdamRandstadrail Rotterdamse Elektrische Tram (RET)
*Gouda, Alphen aan den RijnNederlandse Spoorwegen (NS), project of RijnGouweLijn (RGL) – partly shares tracks with NS-rapid transit
*UtrechtConnexxion (NS-Sneltram)
*HoutenNederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) in collaboration with (HTM)

flag|Norway

*BergenBergen Light Rail (scheduled to open in 2010)
*Oslo – Oslo Tramway
*TrondheimTrondheim Tramway

flag|Poland

*Bydgoszcz
*Częstochowa
*Elbląg
*Gdańsk
*Gorzów Wielkopolski
*Upper SilesiaSilesian Interurbans
*Grudziądz
*Kraków
*Łódź (also nearby cities of Pabianice and Zgierz connected)
*PoznańPoznański Szybki Tramwaj
*Szczecin
*Toruń
*WarsawTramwaje Warszawskie (city trams), Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa (suburban light rail)
*Wrocław

flag|Portugal

*Lisboa
*Porto (Metro do Porto)
*Margem Sul (Metro Sul do Tejo)
*Additional light urban rail plans in course for Coimbra and Faro

flag|Romania

*Arad
*Botoşani
*Braşov
*Brăila
*Bucharest (includes both a high-density tram network and a modern light rail network)
*Constanţa
*Cluj-Napoca
*Galaţi
*Iaşi
*Oradea
*Reşiţa
*Ploieşti
*Sibiu
*Timişoara

flag|Russia

*Achinsk
*Angarsk
*Arkhangelsk
*Astrakhan
*Barnaul
*Biysk
*Chelyabinsk
*Cherepovets
*Cheryomushki
*Dzerzhinsk
*Groznyi
*Irkutsk
*Ivanovo
*Izhevsk
*Kaliningrad
*Kazan
*Kemerovo
*Khabarovsk
*Kolomna
*Komsomolsk-on-Amur
*Krasnoarmeysk
*Krasnodar
*Krasnoturinsk
*Krasnoyarsk
*Kursk
*Lipetsk
*Magnitogorsk
*Moscow
*Naberezhnye Chelny
*Nizhnekamsk
*Nizhniy Tagil
*Noginsk
*Novocherkassk
*Novokuznetsk
*Novosibirsk
*Novotroitsk
*Omsk
*Orel
*Orsk
*Osinniki
*Perm
*Prokopyevsk
*Pyatigorsk
*Rostov-on-Don
*Ryazan
*St. Petersburg (Tramways in Saint Petersburg)
*Salavat
*Samara
*Saratov
*Smolensk
*Stary Oskol
*Taganrog
*Tomsk
*Tula
*Tver
*Ufa
*Ulan-Ude
*Ulyanovsk
*Usolye Sibirskoye
*Ust-Ilimsk
*Ust-Katav
*Vladikavkaz
*Vladivostok
*Volchansk
*Volgograd (Metrotram system)
*Volzhsky
*Voronezh
*Yaroslavl
*Yekaterinburg
*Zlatoust

Complete list: [http://www.lrta.org/world/worldp-t.html#Russia]

flag|Serbia

*BelgradeBelgrade Light Metro (Under construction – the first line will be finished in 2013)

flag|Spain

*AlicanteAlicante Tram (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana)
*Barcelona (Trambaix and Trambesòs)
*BilbaoEuskoTran
*MadridMetro Ligero
*Parla (A municipality of the Madrid Metropolitan AreaTranvía de Parla
*Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Tenerife Tram
*SevilleSeville metro (Under construction – The first line will be finished in 2007.)
*Valencia – Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana

flag|Slovakia

*Bratislava
*Košice
*Poprad-Štrbské Pleso (Tatra Electric Railway)
*Štrba-Štrbské Pleso (Štrbské Pleso – Štrba rack railway)
*Trenčianska Teplá-Trenčianske Teplice

flag|Sweden

*GothenburgGothenburg tram
*LidingöLidingöbanan
*Malmö – "touristic tramway"
*NorrköpingNorrköping tramway
*StockholmDjurgårdslinjen, Nockebybanan, Tvärbanan

flag|Switzerland

*Basel
*Bern
*Geneva
*Zürich

flag|Turkey

*Ankara, see Ankaray -light rail
*Antalya - tram
*Bursa, see Bursaray -light rail
*Eskişehir - Modern Tramway
*İstanbul, see Marmaray and Istanbul Metro-heritage tram, modern tram & light rail, see also Trams in Istanbul, Istanbul Nostalgic Tram, Istanbul Modern Tram
*Konya - tram
*Kayseri - Modern Tramway
*Izmir - Light Metro
*Adana - Light Metro
*Samsun - Light Metro
*G.Antep - Modern Tramway
*Trabzon - Modern Tramway

flag|Ukraine

* Avdiivka
* Chernivtsi
* Dniprodzerzhynsk
* Dnipropetrovsk
* Donetsk
* Druzhkivka
* Eupatoria, tram
* Horlivka
* Kievtram and fast tram
* Kharkiv
* Konotop, the smallest town with a stand-alone tram
* Kostiantynivka
* Kramatorsk
* Kryvyi RihKryvyi Rih Metrotram
* Luhansk
* LvivLviv tram
* Makiivka
* Mariupol
* Mykolaiv
* Odessa
* Vinnytsia
* Yenakiieve
* Zaporizhia
* Zhytomyr

flag|United Kingdom

: For a more extensive list including closed systems, see List of town tramway systems in the United Kingdom
*Belfast – future EWAY, WWAY, CITI, SupeRoute
*Birmingham to WolverhamptonMidland Metro
*Birkenhead - Wirral Transport Museum
*BlackpoolBlackpool tramway
*Crich – preserved National Tramway Museum
*Edinburgh – future Edinburgh tram network
*Leeds – proposed Leeds Supertram
*Liverpool - proposed Merseytram
*LondonTramlink, Docklands Light Railway
*ManchesterManchester Metrolink
*NottinghamNottingham Express Transit
*Seaton, Devon – preserved Seaton Tramway
*Tyne and WearTyne and Wear Metro
*SheffieldSheffield Supertram

Oceania

flag|Australia

Existing:
*Ballarat – Heritage Tramway
*Bendigo – Heritage Tramway
*Perth – Heritage Tramway
*MelbourneTrams in Melbourne, largest in southern hemisphere
*SydneyMetro Light Rail-modern tramway
*AdelaideGlenelg Tramway, O-Bahn (guided busway)

Proposed:
*Brisbane – inner city area (numerous proposals)
*Gold CoastGold Coast Light Rail

flag|New Zealand

*Christchurch – heritage tram

North America

flag|Canada

*Calgary, AlbertaC-Train
*Edmonton, AlbertaEdmonton Light Rail Transit
*Ottawa, OntarioO-Train (diesel-powered pilot project)
*Toronto, OntarioToronto streetcar system

flag|Mexico

*Guadalajara – tren eléctrico urbano, running from north to south, with terminals in both sides of the outer ring, through the Colón-Federalismo avenue. [http://siteur.jalisco.gob.mx/ SITEUR] [http://www.urbanrail.net/am/guad/guadalajara.htm]
*Mexico City – Xochimilco–Tasqueña tren ligero [http://www.ste.df.gob.mx/servicios/trenligero.html]
*Monterrey [http://www.metrorrey.com.mx/]

flag|United States

Current and future light-rail systems

*Austin, TexasCapital MetroRail
*Baltimore, MarylandBaltimore Light Rail
*Boston, MassachusettsMBTA Green Line
*Buffalo, New YorkBuffalo Metro Rail
*Camden, New Jersey to Trenton, New JerseyRiver Line
*Charlotte, North CarolinaLynx Light Rail
*Cleveland, OhioRTA Blue and Green Lines
*Dallas, Texas – Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail
*Denver, ColoradoTheRide
*Galveston, TexasIsland Transit
*Houston, TexasMETRO Light Rail
*Hudson County, New JerseyHudson-Bergen Light Rail
*Kenosha, WisconsinKenosha Transit
*Los Angeles, CaliforniaLACMTA Blue Line, Green Line, and Gold Line
*Memphis, TennesseeMATA Trolley Line
*Minneapolis, MinnesotaHiawatha Line
*New Orleans, LouisianaNew Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
*Newark, New JerseyNewark City Subway
*Norfolk, VirginiaTide Light Rail (scheduled opening in 2009)
*Oceanside, CaliforniaSPRINTER
*Phoenix, ArizonaValley Metro Rail (scheduled opening in December 2008)
*Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – SEPTA Subway-Surface Trolley Lines and Suburban Trolley Lines
*Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPittsburgh Light Rail ("The T")
*Portland, OregonMAX Light Rail, Portland Streetcar
*Sacramento, California – Sacramento Regional Transit District Blue and Gold Lines
*St. Louis, MissouriSt. Louis MetroLink
*Salt Lake City, UtahUTA TRAX
*Sacramento, CaliforniaSacramento Regional Transit
*San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego Trolley
*San Francisco, CaliforniaMuni Metro
*San Jose, CaliforniaSanta Clara Valley Transportation Authority
*Seattle, WashingtonSound Transit Central Link (scheduled to open 2009)
*Tacoma, Washington – Sound Transit Tacoma Link
*Washington, D.C. - [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/07/12/AR2008071201834.html Anacostia Streetcar] (scheduled to open 2009)

Proposed light rail systems

*Albany, New York - see Albany Light Rail
*Albuquerque, New Mexico – Albuquerque Rapid Transit Project
*Arlington, Virginia – Columbia Pike Transit Alternative
*Atlanta, Georgia – Atlanta Inner Core Transit Feasibility Study, Atlanta Streetcar, Belt Line
*Bangor, Maine – Bangor to Trenton Transportation Alternatives Study
*Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Baton Rouge Area Transportation Solutions
*Birmingham, Alabama – Birmingham Regional Transportation Alternatives Analysis
*Charleston, South Carolina – Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority
*Chicago, Illinois – Chicago Transit Authority
*Cincinnati, Ohio – Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority
*Columbus, Ohio – Central Ohio Transit Authority NOTE: scrapped as of 2006
*Corpus Christi, Texas – Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority
*Detroit, Michigan – Detroit Transit Options for Growth Study [http://www.dtogs.com/page/page/5304544.htm]
*El Paso, Texas – Sun Metro Area Rapid Transit Line
*Fort Worth, Texas – Fort Worth Transportation Authority
*Grand Canyon, Arizona – Grand Canyon Transit
*Honolulu, Hawaii – Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project [http://www.honolulutransit.org/]
*Jacksonville, Florida – Jacksonville Transportation Authority Transportation Alternatives Study
*Kansas City, MissouriHeartland Light Rail System
*Louisville, Kentucky – Transportation Tomorrow
*Madison, Wisconsin – Transport 2020
*Miami, Florida – Trafficrelief (People's Transportation Plan)
*Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Milwaukee County Transit System
*New York, New York – Staten Island Light Rail, [http://www.vision42.org/ vision42]
*Oklahoma City, OklahomaMETRO Transit – Downtown Trolley [http://www.okfgs.org/documents/Downtown%20Alignments.pdf]
*Raleigh-Durham, North CarolinaResearch Triangle Regional Public Transportation Authority
*Richmond, Virginia – GRTC Transit System
*Rochester, New York – Rochester Rail Transit Committee
*San Antonio, Texas – VIA Metropolitan Transit
*Spokane, Washington – [http://www.spokanelightrail.com/spokanelightrail/ Spokane Regional Light Rail]
*Tucson, Arizona – [http://www.tucsonlightrail.org/ Tucsonans for Sensible Transportation] (ballot proposal defeated in 2003/2004)
*Washington, D.C. - Purple Line [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/05/29/AR2008052902261.html]

Heritage streetcar systems

*Austin, Texas – Capitol Metro Circulator System (Proposed to connect key destinations to MetroRail).
*Charlotte, North CarolinaCharlotte Trolley
*Dallas, TexasMcKinney Avenue Transit Authority
*Detroit, MichiganDetroit Citizen's Railway – first heritage trolley line in North America (1976), dismantled 2003
*Galveston, TexasIsland Transit (Texas)Galveston Island Trolley
*Little Rock to North Little Rock, ArkansasRiver Rail Streetcar
*Memphis, TennesseeMemphis Area Transit Authority
*New Orleans, LouisianaSt. Charles Avenue Streetcar
*Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – SEPTA Route 15 (Girard Avenue Trolley)
*Portland, OregonPortland Vintage Trolley, Willamette Shore Trolley
*San Francisco, CaliforniaF Market, San Francisco cable car system
*Tampa, FloridaTECO Line Streetcar System
*Tucson, ArizonaOld Pueblo Trolley

Caribbean

flag|Puerto Rico

* San Juan to Caguas – Light interurban rail (planning stages)

outh America

flag|Argentina

*Buenos Aires see Trams in Buenos Aires
** Light-Rail: Tren de la Costa - [http://www.trendelacosta.com.ar/site/ Tren de la Costa]
** Tram: PreMetro
** Historic Heritage Tram: Caballito (tourist operation on weekends), see Buenos Aires Historic Tram
** Tranvía del Este (Puerto Madero Tramway)
** Proposed extension of Puerto Madero Tramway to major rail terminals; Retiro and Constitución
** Proposed Heritage Tram: San Telmo
*Mendoza – Urban Ferro Tram (Ferro Tranvía Urbano) (planning stages)
*Mar Del Plata – Heritage Tramway
*Valle Hermosa – Tramway

flag|Brazil

*Campinas – Heritage Tram
*Campos do Jordao – Interurban Tramway
*Itatinga – Non-public Tramway
*Rio de JaneiroThe Santa Teresa Historic Tramway
*Santos – Historic Tramway
*Belém – Heritage Tram
*Crato - Juazeiro do Norte - Cariri Tram (under construction)

flag|Peru

* Lima – Heritage Tram, see Trams in Greater Lima

flag|Venezuela

*Maracaibo – Light Rail (under construction)
*Valencia – Light Rail (under construction)

ee also

*Rapid transit
*List of rapid transit systems
*List of town tramway (urban tramway, streetcar) systems

External links

* [http://www.lightrail.com/maps/maps.htm North American Light Rail System Maps & Details]
* [http://www.lrta.org/world/worldind.html#index World list of Light Rail, Trams and Metros] at Light Rail Transit Association website
* [http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~wyatt/rail-transit-list.html World Rail Transit List]


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