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    Regionalverkehr Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge GmbH (RVSOE)

    Opened in 1898, the Kirnitzschtalbahn runs as an in-road tramway up the valley from Bad Schandau to the Lichtenhain waterfall, primarily for tourists. The former Oberelbische Verkehrsgesellschaft Pirna-Sebnitz mbH (OVPS) merged with Regionalverkehr Dresden GmbH on January 1 2019 forming Regionalverkehr Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge GmbH (RVSOE). Address Bahnhofstraße 14a ...

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    Görlitzer Verkehrsbetriebe GmbH (GVB)

    Opened 1882 with first electric tramway 1897. The remaining two routes serve 24 stops. Operations had been let on concession to Transdev, but on January 1 2019 GVB reassumed direct control. Address Zittauer Straße 71-73 02826 Görlitz Germany Phone +49 3581 3395 95 Fax +49 3581 3395 15 ...

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    Plauener Straßenbahn GmbH

    First line opened 1894. Tramway has seven radial lines, operated as 5 routes serving 41 stops. Address Wiesenstraße 24 08527 Plauen Germany Phone +49 3741 2994 0 Fax +49 3741 2994 15 Email info@strassenbahn-plauen.de Website www.strassenbahn-plauen.de Traffic Passenger journeys 8·4 million Information year 2017 ...

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    Städtische Verkehrsbetriebe Zwickau GmbH (SVZ)

    First line opened 1894. Network comprises four radial route with 37 stops, run as two service routes. The line south from Zwickau Zentrum to Stadthalle (1·7 km) is dual 1000 mm/1435 mm gauge, connecting to the mainline network in Schledewitz; since 1999 Vogtlandbahn RegioSprinter units have provided through ...

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    Leipziger Verkehrsbetriebe (LVB) GmbH

    First route opened 1872 with first electrification in 1896. Extensive conventional tramway network with 13 routes serving 236 stops. In 2015 the line south from Connewitzer Kreuz along Koburger Straße to Markkleeberg was abandoned. LVB has ordered a substantial fleet of low-floor LRVs from Solaris. The first of ...

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    Chemnitzer Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft (CVAG)

    First line opened 1893. Tramway has five routes serving 64 stops. An extension south from Stadlerplatz to Technopark opened on December 10 2017 (1·5 km, 3 stops) served by new Line 3, as well as three north tram-train routes. Subsidiary company City-Bahn Chemnitz runs several local lines ...

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    City-Bahn Chemnitz GmbH

    This subsidiary of Chemnitz public transport operator CVAG (60%) and Autobus Sachsen (40%). City-Bahn runs four lines from Chemnitz over mainline infrastructure managed by a combination of Regio Infra Service Sachsen GmbH (established 2001, owned by CVAG and RP-Eisenbahn GmbH) and DB Netz : ...

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    Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe AG (DVB)

    Extensive tramway network with 12 routes (153 stops). See Dresden network map . In July 2019, DVB opened a short realignment of the line between Wasaplatz and Querallee southeast of the city centre. The route now follows Oskarstraße providing direct interchange at DD-Strehlen station with the Dresden – Pirna ...