Facts and Figures

Operator NSW
System Type Light Rail
Year Opened 1997
# of Lines 1
# of Cars 12
Mileage 8 Miles
Stations 23
Gauge Standard
Power Overhead
Fare Media Opal Card
Data Date 2019
1st Visit 3/2019
Last Visit 3/2019
% Rode 60%

Oceania > Sydney
Sydney Light Rail

Light Rail

Trams returned to Sydney in 1997 after the last trams had ended in 1958. What is now called L1 or Dulwich Hill Line opened in stages. Most of the line is on a former freight right-of-way.

Sydney is working on opened a second line to serve downtown and the SE suburbs, as well as another line our by Parramatta.

It is good to see modern trams in Sydney.

update Station Transfers Photos New
L1 Line (Dulwich Hill Line)
Central Sydney Trains 8 8
Convention 5 5
Jubilee Park 6 6
Lewisham West   11 11
Dulwich Hill Sydney Trains 4 4
Yards and Equipment   1 1
South East Line (Future)
Central Sydney Trains 5 5
Town Hall Sydney Trains 7 7
Former Tram Infrastucture
Tram Tunnel Portal   2 2
Tram Shelter   2 2
Tramsheds   7 7

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