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Netherlands Transit 

Amsterdam Trams

Holland may be a small country, but it is not small when it comes to transit. Holland has full metros in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. There are tram/light rail lines in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Den Haag, and Utrecht. Then there is the single electric trolley bus city of Arnhem.

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Amsterdam 79

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Amsterdam is the largest network in the Netherlands. There is a huge tram system plus a 4 line, soon to be 5 line metro network.
  Arnhem 2   Arnhem maintains Holland's only Electric Trolley Bus network.
  Den Haag   3   Den Haag maintains the tram network that is being upgraded.
  Rotterdam 9   Rotterdam is the big port city of Holland. It has two metro lines that are complemented with several tram lines
  Utrecht 4   Utrecht has a two line modern Light Rail system that ends at its Centraal Station.
Total 5 Cities 97 25  

 

 

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