THE GS TRAM SITE

BRATISLAVA

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SLOVENSKO – SLOVAKIA

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8 July 2016

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The Bratislava system after the opening of tram service on the Starý Most bridge to Petržalka.




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BRATISLAVA

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Bratislava tram map 2016


ABBREVIATIONS USED ON THE MAP

NLŠ Nám. L'. Štúra ŠN Šafárikovo Námestie
SM Starý Most Tu Tunel


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

Please note that the OSM map used as a template for this map 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: Dopravný podnik Bratislava (DPB)

URBAN TRAM ROUTES

  1 Hlavná Stanica (Main Station) - Vysoká - Centrum - Starý Most - Petržalka
  2 Hlavná Stanica (Main Station) - Blumentál - Trnavská - Nové Mesto
  3 Petržalka - Starý Most - Americké nám. - Blumentál - Stanica Vinohrady - Rača - Komisárky
  4 Dúbravka - Karlova Ves - Nám. L'. Štúra - Americké nám. - Trnavská - Jurajov dvor - Zlaté Piesky
  5 Dúbravka - Karlova Ves - Tunel - Vysoká - Blumentál - Stanica Vinohrady - Rača - Komisárky
  6 Karlova Ves - Nám. L'. Štúra - Šafárikovo Námestie
  8 Nám. L'. Štúra - Centrum - Vysoká - Blumentál - Trnavská - Ružinov
  9 Karlova Ves - Tunel - Centrum - Americké nám. - Trnavská - Ružinov


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH

  • Tramway: 42 km.


HISTORY

  • Urban electric trams: 27 Aug. 1895 - today.
  • Interurban electric trams (Bratislava [until 1918, Pozsony, Hungary] - Vienna): 1 Feb. 1914 - 1935; (Bratislava - Austrian border): 1936 - 1939; (Bratislava - Danube bridge): 1945 - 1961.

GAUGE

  • Urban trams: 1000 mm.
  • Interurban trams: 1435 mm.; (from 1935): 1000 mm.

SOURCES

PRINT

  • Lehnhart, H. & Jeanmaire, C. Tramway systems of Eastern Europe II. Villigen AG (Switzerland): Verlag Eisenbahn, 1977.
  • Linek, J. "Tramways of Czechoslovakia [Bratislava]", Light Rail and Modern Tramway.Oct. 1992 (55: 658), p.264-268.
  • Pulling, N. "Systems Factfile No.42 - Bratislava, Slovakia", Tramways and Urban Transit. March 2011 (74: 879), p.99-101.
  • Pulling, N. "Systems Factfile No.123 - Bratislava, Slovak Republic", Tramways and Urban Transit. Jan. 2018 (81: 961), p.24-29.

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