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FRANKFURT am Main
 Hessen . Germany

Frankfurt Tram Network

Frankfurt U-Bahn (Stadtbahn) | Frankfurt S-Bahn
 Network

Frankfurt am Main (650,000 inh), integrated into the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund.

TRAMWAY:

- Network length approx. 68.5 km
- 8 lines
- 1435 mm gauge
- on most outer routes a separate right-of-way is available
- Rolling stock: Duewag/Siemens Type R (low-floor; 1992-1997); Bombardier Type S (low-floor; 2003-)

STADTBAHN:

For details on the Stadtbahn system click here!

 Recent History

1999: Börneplatz - Konstablerwache - Hessendenkmal (Line 12)
2003: Varrentrappstraße - Rebstockbad (Line 17)
11-12-2011: Rohrbachstr./Friedberger Landstr. - Preungesheim/Gravensteiner Platz (Line 18)
14-12-2014: Stresemannallee/Gartenstr. - Stresemannallee/Mörfelder Landstraße (Line 17)
09-12-2018: Galluswarte - Gallus/Gustavsburgpark re-opened for regular service (Line 14)

 Photos

 Our books about Urban Rail in Germany

Tram Atlas DeutschlandRobert Schwandl:

TRAM ATLAS DEUTSCHLAND 5

- June 2019, Berlin, ISBN 978 3 836573 60 2

- Detailed colour maps for more than 50 German tramway cities, illustrated with numerous photos

- Text German and English

- More details

Schnellbahnen in Deutschland/Metros in GermanyRobert Schwandl:

U-Bahnen in Deutschland

+ U-Stadtbahnen

- Feb 2019, Berlin, ISBN 978 3 836573 57 2

- Anything you need to know about German metro and light rail systems with underground sections, with detailed maps and hundreds of colour photos; 160 pages; Text German and English - More details

 Official Websites

RMV (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund)

VGF - Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt/Main

traffiQ - Lokale Nahverkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt am Main mb

 

 Other Websites

Frankfurt Tram at Wikipedia.de

Stephan Kyrieleis' Frankfurt TramPage

Public Transport in Frankfurt by Charles Tang

Wolfgang Heinze's Straßenbahn und Stadtbahn Site

Frankfurt Track Map at gleisplanweb.de

 


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