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WARSZAWA
 Poland

Warsaw Tram Map

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 System

The capital of Poland, Warsaw (Warszawa), has about 1.6 million inhabitants. While the city only has two metro lines, it maintains a large tram network plus the WKD, an interurban light rail line.

- network length approx. 125 km
- 32 lines
- 1435 mm gauge

21-01-2013: Zajezdnia Zoliborz - Stare Swidry (Line 2)
24-12-2014: Stare Swidry - Tarchomin Koscielny (Line 2 - 2.2 km)
14-02-2015: Bemowo Ratusz - Radiowa (Line 11 - 1.5 km)

WKD (Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa) is a light rail line, opened in 1925, which runs partly in tunnel in the city centre (parallel to PKP rail tracks) and then out to the western suburbs. This was the first electrified railway line in Poland and is 33 km long. Its city terminus Śródmieście WKD is located next to the Central Railway Station.

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 Links

Tramwaje Warszawskie

Zarzad Transportu Miejskiego (ZTM - Public Transport in Warsaw)

WKD (Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa)


Tramwaje Warszawskie at Wikipedia.pl

Warszawa Tram

BLOG: Read your webmaster's impressions of the Warsaw urban rail system after a visit in Aug. 2015

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