All Urban rail operators articles – Page 2

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    Department of Rapid Transit Systems (DORTS)

    City government department set up in 1987. It is the authority for metro constuction in Taipei, to plan and design the metro network, and manage the operating contract (Taipei Rapid Transit Corp ). The network is planned to continue growing, reaching 270 km by 2031.See Taipei network map . ...

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    Midland Metro Alliance

    Established in July 2016 to oversee construction of four planned extensions to the West Midlands Metro light rail network (to Edgbaston, Digbeth, and Wolverhampton station, plus Line 2: Wednesbury – Brierly Hill). The Midland Metro Alliance comprises the West Midlands Combined Authority, Colas Rail and a consortium of ...

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    Mostaganem Tram

    Two-line 14·2 km, 23-stop light rail network under construction since August 2013 for opening in 2020. Line A will run from Lycée Oukraf Mohammed at La Salamandre, where the depot is located, northeast via the city centre and mainline station to Université Kharouba in the north, parallelling the Mediterranean ...

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    Transvilles

    Two-line "Y"-shaped network, serving 49 stops. The first section of Line A (9·5 km, 19 stops) opened in July 2006, and was extended west to Denain in August 2007 (9 stops), bringing line T1 to 18·3 km. On 24 February 2014, a second route began operation: sharing the southern leg ...

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    Tula Tramway

    First electric tram line opened 1927. Network of 5 main branches radiating from a city centre 8-shaped loop, operated as 9 routes with 83 stops. Address Ul Lunacharskogo 139 300044 Tula Russia Phone +7 4872 770300 Email tget@tulatrans.ru Website www.tulatrans.ru Traffic ...

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    Ufa Tramway

    First line opened 1937, expanding to a peak of 23 routes over a 78 km network by 1986. The network now comprises 6 routes with 40 stops, plus an isolated northern section serving Chernikovka district (16·5 km, 1 routes, 31 stops). A 4·9 km "fast tram" connection between the isolated ...

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    Ulan-Ude Tramway

    First line opened 1958. Network comprises a core figure-of-8 loop line with 3 branches, operated as 4 routes serving 47 stops. Address Ul Sakh'yanovoy 4 670047 Ulan-Ude Russia Phone +7 3012 43 31 06 Fax +7 3012 43 31 72 Email tramways@mail.ru Website www.irkget.ru/towns/ulan-ude ...

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    Ul'yanovsk Tramway

    First line opened 1954. Network now comprises 12 routes with 109 stops. Address Ul Goncharova 2 432000 Ul'yanovsk Russia Phone +7 8422 27 20 50 Fax +7 8422 27 20 50 Email uet_73@mail.ru Website goo.gl/WBJ8Iz Traffic Passenger journeys: 80.3 million ...

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    Usol'e-Sibirskoe Tramway

    First line opened 1967. Network comprises a core route with 2 branches with 24 stops, serviced by 4 routes. Address Ul Kuybysheva 16 665458 Usol'e-Sibirskoe, Irkutsk Oblast Russia Phone +7 39543 631 89 Fax +7 39543 631 89 Email transport_us@irmail.ru Website muppoeat.ru ...

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    Ust-Ilimsk Tramway

    First section opened 1988. Single core light rail line operated as 2 routes serving 10 stops, with a service branch to the depot. Address Promploschadka LPK 666687 Ust'-Ilimsk, Irkutsk Oblast Russia Phone +7 39535 941 83 Fax +7 39535 917 66 Email ilt@mail.ru ...

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    Ust-Kamenogorsk Tramway

    First line opened 1959; 4 service routes. Services were suspended on 12 March 2018 due to bankruptcy of former operator Takhami Put. It was bought by regional administration owned Eptic on 20 March, which is deploying 13 ex-Almaty trams to restart operations. Address Ul Ushanova 154 492000 ...

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    Vinnytsia Tramway

    First line opened 1913. Connection between two western branches to form a loop opened December 2014 (2 km, 4 stops). Network now comprises 6 routes with 40 stops. Address Khmel'nitskoye shosse 29 21036 Vinnytsia Ukraine Phone +380 432 355060 Fax +380 432 327982 Email vinttu@svitonline.com ...

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    Vitebsk Tramway

    First line opened 1898. Network now comprises 9 routes with 130 stops. Address ul S Pankovoi 1 210601 Vitebsk Belarus Phone +375 2122 41346 Email vttu@vitebsk.by Traffic Passenger journeys: 102 Information year: Company size No. of ...

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    Vladikavkaz Tramway

    First line opened 1904, converted to broad gauge in 1931-1934. Network comprises central loop and 4 branches (two of which are loop lines), with 74 stops, serviced by 9 routes. Address Ul Pashkovskogo 2 362003 Vladikavkaz Russia Phone +7 8672 25 86 56 Fax +7 8672 25 ...

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    Vladivostok Tramway

    First line opened 1912, rebuilt to broad gauge in 1934. Network reached its greatest extent of 19 km in 1991, since when closures began. Since 2010 only route 6 has operated, serving 10 stops. Address Ul Borisenko 44 690011 Vladivostok Russia Phone +7 423 263 6677 Fax ...

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    Volchansk Tramway

    First line opened 1951. Until 1965 also incorporated an interurban tramway to neighbouring Karpinsk (whose network closed in 1994). The single-track line with 2 reversing loops has no sidings and is operated as single route with 13 stops. Address Ul Sovetskaya 32 624941 Volchansk, Sverdlovsk Oblast Russia ...

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    Volgograd Tramway

    First line opened 1913. Operated as 11 routes with 87 stops across three separate networks; includes metro-style express route. An isolated line serves the southern Krasnoarmeyskiy district (route 11: 10 km, 11 stops). Another route operates in the northern Krasnooktyabrskiy district (route 13: 5 km, 13 stops); this offers interchange ...

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    Volzhskii Tramway

    First line opened 1963. The network comprises a loop around the city's industrial area with 3 branches, 2 of which are Y-shaped. The system is operated as 7 routes serving 55 stops. Address Ul Karbysheva 47 404130 Volzhskii Russia Phone +7 8443 21 55 02 Fax +7 ...

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    Voronezh Tramway

    First line opened 1891; network comprises 6 routes. Address Ul 9 Yanvarya 54 394086 Voronezh Russia Phone +7 4732 570536 Gauge: 1524 mm Length: 175 km Electrification 175 km - 600 V, DC Rolling stock 289 LRV/tram cars

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    Yaroslavl' Tramway

    First line opened 1990, reaching its largest extent in different configurations in 1963 and again in the early 1990s, each time followed by widespread closures. The network now comprises a core longitudinal trunk line with 2 branches, operated as 4 routes serving 35 stops. Address Leningradskiy Prospekt ...