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AARHUS

DANMARK - DENMARK

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25 Aug. 2018

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The new Aarhus light rail (Letbane) system after its opening on 21 Dec. 2017, and its extension on 25 Aug. 2018.




DANMARK - DENMARK

AARHUS

KØBENHAVN – COPENHAGEN

ODENSE


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Aarhus light rail letbane photo


Aarhus 2018 tram map


INSET: CENTRAL AARHUS

Aarhus 2018 downtown tram map



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LIGHT RAIL (LETBANE) ROUTE

Operator: Midttrafik

L2 Lisbjergskolen – Skejby - Universitetshospitalet (University Hospital) - Aarhus Hovedbanegård (Central Station) – Viby - Tranbjerg - Mårslet - Odder

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH

  • Light rail: 37 km.


HISTORY

  • Urban tramway: (horse-drawn): 31 May 1894 - 23 May 1895; (electric): 7 July 1904 - 7 Nov. 1971
  • Ligh rail (Letbane): 21 Dec. 2017 - today.

GAUGE

  • Urban tramway: 1000 mm.
  • Light rail: 1435 mm.

SOURCES

PRINT

  • "Launching Denmark's LRT revolution", Tramways & Urban Transit, March 2018 (81:963), p.88-93.

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