THE GS TRAM SITE

LAUSANNE

SCHWEIZ / SUISSE / SVIZZERA / SVIZRA - SWITZERLAND

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21 Jan. 2006

The system after the introduction of the LRT line in 1991, the prolongation of the LEB line to Flon in 2000 and the elimination of the rack railway on 21 Jan. 2006.

VIDEOS

Lausanne LRT M1 video Lausanne LEB interurban video
Above: YouTubeCA video - Lausanne Métro ligne m1 - Length: 14:26 mins. Above: YouTubeCA video - LEB] - Lausanne Echallens Bercher le 18.août.2018 - Length: 6:48 mins.

PHOTOS

Lausanne LRT M1 Lausanne LEB Interurban

MAPS

Lausanne 2006 tram map

INSET: CENTRAL LAUSANNE

Lausanne centre tram map 2006




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ROUTES

LRT ROUTE

Operator: Transports publics de la région Lausannoise (TL)

M1 Lausanne-Flon - Vigie - Malley - UNIL - EPFL - Renens-Gare CFF

INTERURBAN ROUTE

Operator: Chemin de fer Lausanne-Echallens-Bercher (LEB)

LEB Lausanne-Flon - Chauderon - Prilly - Cheseaux - Echallens - Bercher


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH



HISTORY

GAUGE


SOURCES

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WEB SITES



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