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Operator GVB
System Type Tram
Year Opened
# of Lines 17
# of Cars 256
Mileage 101 km
Gauge Std
Stations 663
Power Overhead
Fare Media Tkts
Website www.gvb.nl
Data Date 1990
1st Visit 6/99
Last Visit 5/2015
% Rode 50%

Netherlands Transit > Amsterdam

Amsterdam Tram

Trams cover most of the city center. There is a loop/tourist line (# 20) that makes it easy for tourists to visit the city. This is a great system. I am glad that the Dutch have keep their trams despite having a metro.

Please choose a stop below. The routes are as of June 2018 (routes changesd for the opening of the new north-south metro) 

New Stop Routes # of Photos # New
Centraal Station 2,4,11,12,13
16 4
  Dam 4,14,24 3  
  Linnaeusstraat/ Wijttenbachstraat 1,3,19 2  
Leidseplein 1,2,5,7,11,12,19 4 4
Museumplein 3,5,12 4
Reitland Park 7, 26 2 2
  Stadhart 5 2  
  Station Zuid 5 3  
Steigereiland 26 4 4
Weesperplein 1,7,19 1 1
Weteringcircuit (Vijzelgracht) 1,7,19,24 4 4
Elsewhere   5 2



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