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ΑΘΉΝΑ (ATHÍNA) / ATHENS

ΕΛΛΑΔΑ (ELLADA) – GREECE

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14 Dec. 2013

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The Athens network after the extension of Metro line 3 to Agía Marína.




ΕΛΛΑΔΑ (ELLADA) – GREECE

ΑΘΉΝΑ (ATHÍNA) / ATHENS


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GREATER ATHENS WITH PIRAEUS

Athens Piraeus tram map 2013


INSET: CENTRAL ATHENS

Athens centre tram map 2013


Note (1): Names of streets, squares etc. used below and on the maps are as they are today.

Note (2): Transliteration of Greek text into the Latin alphabet follows the ISO 843, 1997 TR standard.



I created the above maps by overlaying OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps with my own data. Copyright on the OSM maps is © OpenStreetMap contributors, licensed under a CC-BY-SA (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 licence).

Please note that the OSM maps used as a template for these maps corresponds to the situation at the time the map was downloaded and may show features that did not exist at the time the GS Tram Site is supposed to show. In particular, it may show bridges and highways that were built later.


ROUTES

Operator: ΣΤΑΣΥ - Urban Rail Transport S.A.

TRAM ROUTES

  T3 Πειραιάς (Peiraiás) [Στάδιο Ειρήνης και Φιλίας (ΣΕΦ) (Stádio Eirínis kai Filías (SEF))] - Μπάτης (Bátis) - Καλαμάκι (Kalamáki) - Ελληνικό (Ellinikó) - Ασκληπιείο Βούλας (Asklipiéio Vóulas)
  T4 Πειραιάς (Peiraiás) [Στάδιο Ειρήνης και Φιλίας (ΣΕΦ) (Stádio Eirínis kai Filías (SEF))] - Μπάτης (Bátis) - Νέος Κόσμος (Néos Kósmos) - Ζάππειο (Záppeio) - Σύνταγμα (Sýntagma)
  T5 Ασκληπιείο Βούλας (Asklipiéio Vóulas) - Ελληνικό (Ellinikó) - Καλαμάκι (Kalamáki) - Νέος Κόσμος (Néos Kósmos) - Ζάππειο (Záppeio) - Σύνταγμα (Sýntagma)

METRO ROUTES

  1 Κηφισιά (Kifisiá) - Μαρούσι (Maróusi) - Ηράκλειο (Irákleio) - Άνω Πατήσια (Áno Patísia) - Αττική (Attikí) - Βικτώρια (Viktória) – Ομόνοια (Omónoia) - Μοναστηράκι (Monastiráki) - Θησείο (Thiséio) - Πετράλωνα (Petrálona) - Καλλιθέα (Kallithéa) - Σταθμός Πειραιά (Stathmós Peiraiá) [Piraeus Station]
  2 Ανθούπολη (Anthóupoli) - Σεπόλια (Sepólia) - Αττική (Attikí) - Σταθμός Λαρίσης (Stathmós Larísis) [Larisis Station] - Ομόνοια (Omónoia) - Σύνταγμα (Sýntagma) - Ακρόπολη (Akrópoli) - Νέος Κόσμος (Néos Kósmos) - Ηλιούπολη (Ilióupoli) - Ελληνικό (Ellinikó)
  3 Αγία Μαρίνα (Agía Marina) - Κεραμεικός (Kerameikós) - Μοναστηράκι (Monastiráki) - Σύνταγμα (Sýntagma) - Ευαγγελισμός (Evangelismós) - Κατεχάκη (Katecháki) - Χαλάνδρι (Chalándri) - Παλλήνη (Pallíni) - Κορωπί (Koropí) - Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Αθηνών (Diethnís Aeroliménas Athinón) [Athens International Airport]


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH

  • Tramways: 27 km.
  • Metro: 84.5 km.


HISTORY

  • City trams (first-generation): (horse-drawn:) 1882 - 1908; (steam): 1887 - 1908; (electric): 30 Oct. 1908 - 15 Oct. 1960
  • City trams (second-generation): 19 July 2004 - today.
  • Piraeus-Perama light railway (Τραμ Περάματος): 20 July 1936 - 4 Apr. 1977
  • Athens–Piraeus Electric Railways: (steam operated): 27 Feb. 1869 - 1904; (electric): 1904 - 10 June 2011 (incorporated into the Athens Metro).
  • Athens Metro: 28 Jan. 2000 - today.

GAUGE

  • Trams (first-generation): 1000 mm.
  • Trams (second-generation): 1435 mm.
  • Piraeus-Perama light railway (Τραμ Περάματος): 1435 mm.
  • Athens–Piraeus Electric Railways: 1435 mm.
  • Metro: 1435 mm.

SOURCES

PRINT

  • Sankey, D.B. "Tramways in Greece and Rome in 1953 - Part I: Greece" The Modern Tramway Sept. 1954 (17: 201), p.155-160

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