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GDAŃSK
 Poland

Gdanks Tram Network © UrbanRail.Net

 System

Gdańsk, with some 500,000 inhabitants located on the Baltic coast in northern Poland. Part of the Tricity (Trójmiasto) metropolitan area, with a population of approximately 1.5 million.

Besides the tram system, the Gdańsk also has Rapid Railway of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot (SKM), with a train about every 10 minutes similar to a typical S-Bahn, and separate tracks along most of its route between Gdańsk and Gdynia (S1). Other suburban/regional lines are referred to as PKM.

  Tram

- 1435 mm
- 58 km
- 10 lines

11 May 2012: Sikorskiego - Lostowice Swietokrzyska (2.9 km)
31 Aug 2015: Siedlce - Bretowo / Migowo (4 km)
30 Jun 2020: Migowo - Lawendowe Wzgórze (3.2 km)

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 Links

ZTM Gdansk (Official Tram Website)

Trams in Poland at Wikipedia.pl

MZKZG (Greater Gdansk Fare System)

 

 

Tram Atlas Poland Robert Schwandl's

TRAM ATLAS POLAND

In Poland, numerous first-generation tram systems have survived, including the large networks in Warsaw, Kraków, Poznan, Lodz, Wroclaw and the trams in the Upper Silesian industrial area around Katowice. In Olsztyn, a completely new system opened in 2015. This book covers all the Polish cities which have trams as well as the three cities with trolleybuses. The country's only metro system, that in the capital Warsaw, is included too.The book is illustrated with detailed network maps, and hundreds of colour photographs of almost all the current rolling stock and numerous metro stations

10/2017, Text deutsch/English, ISBN 978 3 936573 50 3, EUR 19.50 - For more info & sample pages click here!

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