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Lisbon Tram Map - Lisboa Mapa Eléctricos

Lisboa Metro


Lisboa (Lisbon), capital of Portugal, approx. 550,000 inhabitants (2 million in metropolitan area)

Within the city of Lisbon, a small tram network has survived which boasts some spectacular steep rides making it also an important tourist attraction.

Tramway "Eléctricos"

- operated by Carris
- 6 lines
- total network length ~26 km (04/2018)
- rolling stock: heritage tram cars except on line 15E, where low-floor cars are used (Siemens/CAF/Sorefame)

24 April 2018: Line 24 Praça Luis Camoes - Campolide reopened after 23 years! (2.7 km)

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 Metro do Sul do Tejo

Metro Sul do TejoOn the south shore of the Tagus River, a light rail network operating mostly on separate right-of-way was built. The first section from Corroios to Cova da Piedade opened on 30 April 2007. The western branch from Cova da Piedade to Universidade was brought into service on 15 Dec 2007, and the system was completed on 27 Nov 2008 with the opening of the Cacilhas leg through the Almada town centre.

More about Metro Sul do Tejo



Metros in Portugal


Carris (Tram and Bus Operator)

Metro do Sul do Tejo (Light rail on south bank of Tagus River)

METROPOLITANO DE LISBOA official page - including a special section on subway art

CP - Rail services in the Greater Lisbon area

Fertagus (Cross-Tagus Rail Link)

Lisbon Tram at Wikipedia





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