The
Contents 1 History 2 Operation 2.1 Vehicles 2.1.1 M Tram 2.1.2 P Tram 2.1.3 R Tram 2.1.4 T Tram 2.2 Network 2.2.1 Daytime routes 2.2.2 Night routes 3 Future developments 4 References 5 External links History[edit] A type A2.2 tram from 1901 in the MVG museum A type M4.65 tram from the 1950s in the Deutsches Museum The tramway started in 1876, with a horsecar service.[2] The first
tramways extended from Karlsplatz (Stachus), which remains one of
central nodes of Munich's tram network. Two years later, the Société
Anonyme des Tramways de
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The tram system uses five classes of tram: The class P tram is a two-section high-floor articulated motor tram
carried on two four-wheeled trucks, usually operating with a similar
articulated trailer tram. The trams were built by Rathgeber between
1967 and 1969, and a two-car set carries 315 passengers, with 151
seated. As of 2011[update], there are only six sets remaining, of
which two are reserved for special services. The Class P tram was
withdrawn in November 2014 for a short time.[10]
The class R2 tram is a three-section 100% low-floor articulated motor
tram carried on six axles. The trams were built by
A number of older trams are still owned by the MVG. Some are displayed
in the MVG Museum, and may occasionally be seen on special services.
Other
Map of the network A class R2 tram on route 19 at Ostbahnhof A new class S tram on reserved track
A diverted tram in the extensive, but now little used, Olympic Park tram station As of 2012, the
Line Route Stops Time Scheidplatz U 2 U 3 - Hohenzollernplatz U 2 - Leonrodplatz - Rotkreuzplatz U 1 - Romanplatz 17 21 min Max-Weber-Platz U 4 U 5 - Rosenheimer Platz - Ostfriedhof - Silberhornstraße U 2 - Wettersteinplatz U 1 - Großhesseloher Brücke 16 24 min Romanplatz –
Amalienburgstraße – Romanplatz –
Gondrellplatz – Westendstraße U 4 U 5 – Lautensackstraße – Trappentreustraße – Hauptbahnhof Süd U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 – Sendlinger Tor U 1 U 2 U 3 U 6 – Isartor – Maxmonument - Tivolistraße – Herkomerplatz – Effnerplatz - Arabellapark U 4 — St. Emmeram (Effnerplatz - St. Emmeram during the peak hours only) 32 41 min München-Pasing S 3 S 4 S 6 S 8 S 20 – Pasing Marienplatz –
Fürstenrieder Straße – Lautensackstraße – Trappentreustraße -
Hauptbahnhof U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 –
Theatinerstraße U 2 – Maxmonument -
Moosach S 1 U 3 – Westfriedhof U 1 – Leonrodplatz – Hochschule München –Hauptbahnhof U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 16 22 min Westfriedhof U 1 – Leonrodplatz – Hochschule München –Hauptbahnhof U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 13 17 min Hochschule München – Hauptbahnhof U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 8 9 min Münchner Freiheit U 3 U 6 — Potsdamer Straße — Parzivalplatz — Am Münchner Tor — Anni-Albers-Straße — Domagkstraße — Schwabing Nord 7 8 min Berg am Laim – Max-Weber-Platz U 4 U 5 – Rosenheimer Platz – Ostfriedhof – Silberhornstraße U 2 – Wettersteinplatz U 1 – Großhesseloher Brücke - Grünwald, Derbolfinger Platz 22 32 min Petuelring U 3 – Hohenzollernplatz U 2 – Karolinenplatz – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 – Sendlinger Tor U 1 U 2 U 3 U 6 15 19 min Scheidplatz U 2 U 3 – Kurfürstenplatz – Karolinenplatz – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 – Sendlinger Tor U 1 U 2 U 3 U 6 12 16 min Night routes[edit] The night route network operates between 01:30 and 04:30, and comprises the following routes:[18] Line Route Amalienburgstraße – Romanplatz –
München-Pasing S 3 S 4 S 6 S 8 S 20 – Pasing Marienplatz –
Fürstenrieder Straße – Lautensackstraße – Trappentreustraße -
Hauptbahnhof U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 –
Theatinerstraße U 2 – Maxmonument -
Moosach S 1 U 3 – Westfriedhof U 1 – Leonrodplatz – Hauptbahnhof U 1 U 2 U 4 U 5 – Karlsplatz U 4 U 5 Petuelring U 3 - Nordbad - Kurfürstenplatz - Karolinenplatz -
Future developments[edit]
The new 8.7-kilometre (5.4 mi)
: Extension to the
References[edit] ^ a b http://www.tundria.com/trams/DEU/Munich-2016.shtml
^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "MVG in figures"
(PDF). mvg-mobil.de.
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