THE GS TRAM SITE

ROTTERDAM

NEDERLAND – THE NETHERLANDS

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1 Nov. 2019

Up-to-date

Rotterdam after the the extension of metro line B to Hoek van Holland on 30 Sept. 2019 and of metro line A to Vlaardingen West on 1 Nov. 2019.


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The RandstadRail Light Rapid Rail system, joining The Hague, Rotterdam and nearby smaller municipalties, is shown on a separate map in its entirety.

Rotterdam 2019 tram map

INSET: CENTRAL ROTTERDAM

Rotterdam 2019 downtown tram map

By-pass the Randstad system map.

THE RANSTADRAIL SYSTEM

Randstadrail 2019 LRT map



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: RET

URBAN TRAM ROUTES

  2 Charlois – Maashaven – Randweg – Station Lombardijen - Lombardijen – Keizerswaard
  4 Marconiplein – Delfshaven – Nieuwe Binnenweg - Centraal Station – Bergweg – Station Noord – Straatweg - Molenlaan
  7 Willemsplein – Eendrachtsweg - Centraal Station – Stadhuis – Hofplein – Oostplein – Kralingen – Woudestein
  8 Spangen – Marconiplein – Delfshaven – Westzeedijk – Leuvehaven – Beurs - Centraal Station – Stadhuis – Oude Noorden – Station Noord – Kleiweg
12 Centraal Station – Stadhuis – Leuvehaven – Erasmusbrug – Laan op Zuid – Stadion Feyenoord - Sportdorp – Keizerswaard – P+R Beverwaard [Only for football games and other special events at Feyenoord stadium]
20 Centraal Station – Beurs – Leuvehaven – Erasmusbrug – Laan op Zuid – Randweg – Station Lombardijen - Lombardijen [Weekday rush hours only]
21 De Esch – Woudestein – Oostplein – Beurs - Stadhuis - Centraal Station – Middellandstraat – Marconiplein – Schiedam – Woudhoek
23 Beverwaard – P+R Beverwaard - Keizerswaard – Sportdorp – Laan op Zuid – Erasmusbrug – Leuvehaven – Beurs - Stadhuis - Centraal Station – Middellandstraat – Marconiplein
24 De Esch – Woudestein – Oostplein – Beurs - Stadhuis - Centraal Station – Middellandstraat – Marconiplein – Schiedam – Holy
25 Carnisselande – Zuidwijk - Vreewijk – Randweg – Laan op Zuid – Erasmusbrug – Leuvehaven – Beurs - Centraal Station – Schiekade - Bergpolder – Melanchtonweg - Schiebroek

METRO AND LRT ROUTES

  A Binnenhof – Station Alexander - Schenkel – Capelsebrug – Oostplein - Beurs – Delfshaven – Marconiplein – Schiedam - Vlaardingen West [Sneltram (Fast Tram) between Binnenhof & Capelsebrug]
  B Nesselande – Station Alexander - Schenkel – Capelsebrug – Oostplein - Beurs – Delfshaven – Marconiplein – Schiedam - Vlaardingen West - Hoek van Holland [Sneltram (Fast Tram) between Nesselande & Capelsebrug]
  C De Terp – Capelsebrug – Oostplein - Beurs – Delfshaven – Marconiplein – Schiedam – Pernis – Tussenwater – De Akkers
  D Centraal Station – Beurs – Leuvehaven – Maashaven – Slinge – Tussenwater – De Akkers
  E Den Haag Centraal Station – Station Laan van NOI – Leidschenveen – Pijnacker – Berkel en Rodenrijs – Rotterdam Centraal Station Beurs – Leuvehaven – Maashaven – Slinge [Between Den Haag Centraal Station - Rotterdam Centraal Station is the LRT line formerly known as the Erasmuslijn, between Rotterdam Centraal Station - Slinge, runs in the metro tunnel]

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH



HISTORY

GAUGE

TRAM PRESERVATION

The Stichting RoMeO exhibits old trams from the city.

The Museum R.T.M. Ouddorp operates old steam and diesel trams of the RTM vicinal network.


SOURCES

PRINT

WIKIS

WEB SITES

Thanks to Dick van Efferen (from Rotterdam) for the extensive amount of information he kindly sent me, including large map files, and to Peter Zondag (from Utrecht) for information obtained through personal communication.


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