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Metros in Holland

Amsterdam Metro


Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, has about 830,000 inhabitants (1.3 million in metropolitan area) and is famous for its huge canal system.


- network length 94 km (of which 4.6 km are shared by Sneltram line 51)
- 15 lines (after line 25 had been cancelled in Dec 2013)
- 1435 mm gauge
- Rolling stock: LHB articulated trams; BN articulated tram with low-floor section; Siemens Combino



 IJtram :: Centraal Station - IJburg

Line 26 is a new express tram line, opened on 31 May 2005, that runs form the Centraal Station to IJburg, a newly built area on artificial islands in the IJmeer. It is 8.5 km long and runs on a segregated right-of-way for most of its length and in a tunnel for 1.5 km. The stop Rietlandpark is located 6 m below ground level, though uncovered, resembling a full metro station.

Steigereiland Rietlandpark
Steigereiland | Rietlandpark


GVB - Amsterdam Public Transport Authority (Official Site)

Dave Pirmann's Page has hundreds of photographs on Amsterdam Transport incl. Metro

Han Schomakers' page which explains colour-coding on Amsterdam metro and tram cars

De Amsterdamse Tram - Sneltram & Metro Gallery

De Amsterdamse Tram at Wikipedia.nl

Amsterdam Tram Track Map at gleisplanweb.eu

NEW: TRAMS 2018 - Dutch Yearbook about trams in Europe

Metros in Holland

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