Metro Systems in Russia:
Kazan' | Moscow | Nizhniy Novgorod | Novosibirsk | Samara | St. Petersburg | Volgograd | Yekaterinburg
Tram Systems in Russia:
Achinsk | Angarsk | Barnaul | Biysk | Chelyabinsk | Cherepovets | Dzerzhinsk* | Irkutsk | Usolye Sibirskoye | Izhevsk | Kaliningrad | Kazan | Kemerovo | Khabarovsk | Kolomna | Komsomolsk-na-Amure | Krasnodar | Krasnoturyinsk | Krasnoyarsk | Kursk | Lipetsk | Magnitogorsk | Moscow | Naberezhnye Chelny | Nizhnekamsk | Nizhniy Novgorod | Nizhniy Tagil | Novocherkassk | Novokuznetsk | Novosibirsk | Novotroitsk | Omsk | Orsk | Oryol | Osinniki | Perm | Prokopyevsk | Pyatigorsk | Rostov-on-Don | Salavat | Samara | St. Petersburg | Saratov | Smolensk | Staryi Oskol | Taganrog | Tomsk | Tula | Tver | Ufa | Ulan-Ude | Ulyanovsk | Ust'-Ilimsk | Vladikavkaz | Vladivostok | Volchansk | Volgograd | Volzhskiy | Yaroslavl | Yekaterinburg | Zlatoust
* system abandoned!
construction or planned are listed in Italics
General Links for Russia:
Russian Tram Statistics (incl. ex-Soviet countries)
Recommended Book on Russia:
"Atlas of Electric Urban Transport in Russia" published in Russia by Mikhail Denschik and Oleg Bodiya.
This is a 422-page compendium in A4 format with hard cover and includes all tram and trolleybus systems plus all metros, with maps, rolling stock and other details, with all text in Russian and English.
Find out more at www.atlas.tramway.ru
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