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The Prague tram system is the largest tram system in the Czech Republic, consisting of 140 kilometres of track, over 900 tram cars, and 33 lines with a total route length of 540 km. It is operated by Dopravní podnik hlavního města Prahy a.s., a company owned by the City of Prague. The system served 356 million passengers in 2008. The first horsecar tram line was opened in 1875, the first electric tram ran in 1891

BASIC INFORMATIONS:

  • 33 lines
  • Over 900 tram vehicles
  • Total route length of 540km
  • Over 350 million passengers every year
  • The first horsecar tram line was opened in 1875
  • The first electric tram ran in 1891
  • 24 day routes (numbered 1 to 26 / excluding 13 and 23)
  • 9 night routes (numbered 51 to 59)
  • 1 historical route (number 91 – in service between April and October, weekends only)
  • The day lines run from 4:30am until 1:00am the next day
  • The night lines run from 1:00am until 4:30am the same day

PRINTABLE MAPS:

  • Metro & Trams – Prague Integrated Transport / daytime service: download – pdf / 2.2mb
  • Metro & Trams – Orientation plan / daytime operation: download – pdf / 1.8mb
  • Tram & Bus Stops – Orientation map / night operation: download – pdf / 660kb

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Last update: 2012-06-17 00:00:00

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