THE GS TRAM SITE
ÖSTERREICH - AUSTRIA
14 Dec. 2012
Innsbruck after a 350 m extension of tram line 3 in Amras on 26 Oct. 2012, and the 2.3 km extension of the
same route to Höttinger Au on 14 Dec.
ÖSTERREICH - AUSTRIA
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Operator: Innsbrucker Verkehrsbetriebe (IVB)
URBAN TRAM ROUTES
||Bergisel - Westbahnhof - Altstadt - Saggen - Mühlauer Brücke
||Höttinger Au - Anichstraße - Hauptbahnhof [Central Station] - Amras
||Bergisel - Igls
INTERURBAN ROUTE (STUBAITALBAHN)
||Hauptbahnhof [Central Station] - Anichstraße - Westbahnhof - Bergisel - Sonnenburgerhof -
Natters - Mutters - Kreith - Fulpmes
FUNICULAR ROUTE (HUNGERBURGBAHN)
||ORF-Zentrum - Hungerburg
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
Tramway: 19.5 km.
Stubaitalbahn: 18.2 km.
Hungerburgbahn: 1.8 km.
- Steam trams: 1891 - 1910.
- Electric trams: 1905 - today.
1904 - today.
GAUGE (all systems)
The volunteer organization Tiroler MuseumsBahnen operates a tramway museum at the old terminus of the Stubaitalbahn. It also runs
preserved old trams on city tracks.
- Buckley, R.J. Tramways and Light Railways of Switzerland and Austria. Milton Keynes (England): Light Rail Transit Association, 1st ed., 1984.
- Buckley, R.J. Tramways and Light Railways of Switzerland and Austria. Milton Keynes (England): Light Rail Transit Association, 2nd ed., 2000.
- Deacon, R. "Innsbruck expansion: The next level", Tramways & Urban Transit, Jan. 2016 (79:937), p.20-23.
- Deacon, R. "Innsbruck: Tramway fit for the modern age", Tramways & Urban Transit, Aug. 2004 (67: 800), p.294-296.
- Deacon, R. "Innsbruck: Tramway in transition", Tramways & Urban Transit, Feb. 2009 (72: 854), p.54-57.
- Plefka, E. "The Tramways of Innsbruck", Modern Tramway and Light Rail Transit, Apr. and May 1983 (46: 544-545), p.110-118; 154-164.
- Pulling, N. "Systems Factfile No.46 - Innsbruck, Austria", Tramways & Urban Transit, Aug. 2011 (74: 884), p.307-309.
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