List of Tram Track Gauges
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List of Tram Track Gauges

The following is a list of tram/streetcar (including heritage trams/heritage streetcars), or light rail systems with their track length, track gauge, electrification system.

The vast majority of tram systems use . Generally, standard gauge is the standard for every brand new system (except for the former Soviet Union), also in places where there is another gauge for the heavy rail. Metre gauge is mainly present in some old, continuously operating systems in Central Europe. Russian gauge is used only in the former Soviet Union. While in Central Europe the standard gauge and metre gauge coexist, in the former Soviet Union is used only the russian gauge.

The electrification system for the old systems is generally 600 V DC while the more recent systems use 750 V DC. Some old system upgraded to 750 V in recent year (mostly in Germany) while some system (in Romania) downgraded the voltage to 600 V to use the second hand vehicles coming from the upgraded German networks. Few systems are partially or wholly catenary-free, with APS and ACR systems or using a pure internal power source as battery or ultracapacitors. Very few vintage systems are horse-drawn tram or cable car. For references for the figures, see each system's page.

Systems in operation

Note: Overhead line electrification if not differently specified

Country Network Route length Gauge Voltage Comment
 Algeria Algiers tramway 23.2 km 750 V
 Algeria Constantine tramway 14.7 km 750 V
 Algeria Oran Tramway 18.7 km 750 V
 Algeria Ouargla tramway 9.7 km 750 V
 Algeria Sétif tramway 22.4 km 750 V
 Algeria Sidi Bel Abbès tramway 13.7 km 750 V
 Argentina Premetro (Buenos Aires) 7.4 km 750 V
 Argentina Metrotranvía Mendoza 12.5 km 600 V
 Australia Trams in Adelaide 15 km 600 V Originally built as
 Australia Trams in Ballarat 1.37 km Heritage streetcar
 Australia Trams in Bendigo Heritage streetcar
 Australia Light rail in Canberra 12 km 750 V
 Australia Trams in Gold Coast 20 km 750 V
 Australia Trams in Melbourne 245 km 600 V Largest network in the world. Partially until 1959
 Australia Trams in Newcastle 2.7 km ACR Standard gauge used on both original tramways (from 1887-1950) and light rail (opened in February 2019).
 Australia Trams in Sydney 12.8 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
Standard gauge used on both original tramways (from 1879-1961) and light rail (opened in August 1997).
 Australia Victor Harbor Horse Drawn Tram 3.1 km Horse-drawn Heritage system reinstated in 1986
 Austria Trams in Gmunden 20.1 km 600 V Includes Traunseebahn interurban tram
 Austria Trams in Graz 67.2 km 600 V
 Austria Trams in Innsbruck 44.8 km 900 V Includes Stubai Valley Railway interurban tram
 Austria Trams in Linz 26.8 km 600 V
 Austria Trams in Vienna 176.9 km 600 V
 Belarus Trams in Mazyr [be] 20.3 km 600 V
 Belarus Trams in Minsk 62.8 km 600 V Converted from metre gauge in 1929
 Belarus Trams in Navapolatsk 13.7 km 550 V
 Belarus Trams in Vitebsk [be] 34.5 km 600 V
 Belgium Trams in Antwerp 83.7 km 600 V Includes Antwerp Pre-metro
 Belgium Trams in Brussels 138 km 600 V
 Belgium Light Rail in Charleroi 33 km 600 V
 Belgium Coast Tram 68 km 600 V
 Belgium Trams in Ghent 30 km 600 V Standard gauge since 1904, converted from standard gauge (1874-1904)
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Trams in Sarajevo 11.1 km 600 V 1885-1960 at , converted to metre gauge in 1960
 Brazil Trams in Rio de Janeiro 28 km 750 V on APS and ultracapacitors
 Brazil Santos Light Rail 11.5 km
 Brazil Santa Teresa Tram 6 km 600 V
 Brazil Santos tramways[1] Closed 1971, heritage streetcar opened 2000[2]
 Bulgaria Trams in Sofia 114 km 600 V
40 km
 Canada Calgary C-Train 59.9 km 600 V Street running in Downtown Calgary
 Canada Edmonton Light Rail Transit 24.3 km 600 V
 Canada Edmonton High Level Bridge Streetcar 3 km Heritage streetcar. Last part of Edmonton Radial Railway (1908-1951) (same gauge)
 Canada Nelson Electric Tramway 1.2 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 Canada Ottawa Confederation Line 12.5 km 1,500 V Ottawa Electric Railway (1891-1959) with the same gauge
 Canada Toronto streetcar system 83 km 600 V Transit City light rail lines will use standard gauge
 Canada Waterloo Light Rail 19 km 750 V
 Canada Whitehorse trolley 2 km Diesel Heritage streetcar
 China Trams in Beijing 9.4 km 750 V
 China Trams in Changchun 12.8 km 600 V
 China Changchun Light Rail 31.9 km 750 V
 China Trams in Dalian 23.4 km 550 V
 China Guangzhou Trams 7.7 km Ultracapacitors The trams recharge their onboard energy storage units at stops
 China Trams in Huai'an 20.1 km Battery The trams recharge their onboard energy storage units at stops
 China Trams in Nanjing 17.2 km Battery The trams recharge their onboard energy storage units at stops
 China Qingdao Tram 8.8 km 750 V
 China Trams in Shangai 31 km
 China Rubber-tyred trams in Shangai 9.8 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr
 China Trams in Shenyang 60 km Catenary and ultracapacitors
 China Shenzhen Tram 11.7 km Ultracapacitors
 China Trams in Suzhou 18.2 km
 China Trams in Tianjin 9.8 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr
 China Trams in Wuhan 53.2 km Ultracapacitors The trams recharge their onboard energy storage units at stops
 China Trams in Zhuhai 8.7 km TramWave
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Tramways 13 km 550 V
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Light Rail 36.2 km 750 V
 Colombia Trams in Medellín 4.3 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr
 Croatia Trams in Osijek 12 km 600 V
 Croatia Trams in Zagreb 54.2 km 600 V 1891-1911 at , converted to in 1910
 Czech Republic Trams in Brno 70.4 km 600 V Negative polarity
 Czech Republic Trams in Liberec [cs] 21.5 km ,
600 V Includes Liberec-Jablonec interurban tram
 Czech Republic Tram Most - Litvínov [cs] 18.6 km 600 V
 Czech Republic Trams in Olomouc [cs] 15 km 600 V
 Czech Republic Trams in Ostrava [cs] 62.7 km 600 V Negative polarity
 Czech Republic Trams in Plze? [cs] 20.3 km 600 V
 Czech Republic Trams in Prague 142.7 km 600 V
 Denmark Trams in Aarhus 107 km 750 V
 Ecuador Cuenca tram 20.4 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
 Egypt Trams in Alexandria 32 km
 Egypt Trams in Greater Cairo
 Estonia Trams in Tallinn 19.7 km 600 V
 Ethiopia Addis Ababa Light Rail 31.6 km 750 V
 Finland Trams in Helsinki 38 km 600 V
 France Trams in Angers 12.3 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
Originally metre gauge (1896-1949), restarted in 2011 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Aubagne 2.8 km 750 V
 France Trams in Avignon 5.2 km 750 V
 France Trams in Besançon 14.5 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1897-1952), restarted in 2014 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Bordeaux 67.5 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
Originally metre gauge (1880-1958), restarted in 2003 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Brest 14.3 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1898-1944), restarted in 2012 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Caen 15.7 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1860-1937). Guided bus in 2002-2017. Restarted in 2019 as standard gauge conventional tram
 France Trams in Dijon 19 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1895-1961), restarted in 2012 as standard gauge
 France Clermont-Ferrand tramway 15.7 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr
 France Trams in Grenoble 42.7 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1894-1952), restarted in 1987 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Le Havre 13 km 750 V Original network (1874-1951), restarted in 2012. Both as standard gauge
 France Trams in Le Mans 18.8 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1897-1947), restarted in 2007 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Lille 17.5 km 750 V Continuously operating since 1874. Partially at standard gauge until 1907
 France Trams in Lyon 73 km 750 V Originally both metre gauge and standard gauge (1880-1956), restarted in 2001 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Marseille 13 km 750 V Continuously operating since 1876 (2004-2007 closed for renovation works)
 France Trams in Montpellier 60.5 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1897-1949), restarted in 2000 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Mulhouse 16.2 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1882-1957), restarted in 2006 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Nantes 43.5 km 750 V Original network (1879-1958), restarted in 1985. Both as standard gauge
 France Nice tramway 27.5 km 750 V and battery Original network (1878-1953), restarted in 2007. Both as standard gauge
 France Trams in Orléans 29.3 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
Original network (1877-1938), restarted in 2000. Both as standard gauge
 France Trams in Paris 100.9 km 750 V Original network (1855-1938), restarted in 1992. Both as standard gauge
20.6 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr
 France Trams in Reims 11.2 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
Originally metre gauge (1881-1939), restarted in 2011 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Rouen 15.1 km 750 V Original network (1877-1953), restarted in 1994. Both as standard gauge
 France Trams in Saint-Étienne 16 km 600 V Continuously operating since 1881
 France Trams in Strasbourg 48.1 km 750 V Originally both metre gauge and standard gauge (1878-1960), restarted in 1994 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Toulouse 16.7 km 750 V Original network (1862-1957), restarted in 2010.
 France Trams in Tours 14.8 km 750 V
(partially on APS)
Originally metre gauge (1877-1949), restarted in 2013 as standard gauge
 France Trams in Valenciennes 33.8 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1881-1966), restarted in 2006 as standard gauge
 Germany Trams in Augsburg 45.4 km
 Germany Trams in Bad Schandau 7.9 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Berlin 193.6 km 600 V First network with electric trams (1881)
 Germany Bielefeld Stadtbahn 33.1 km 750 V 600 V until 2011
 Germany Trams in Bochum/Gelsenkirchen 86.2 km 600/750 V
 Germany Bochum Stadtbahn 15 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Bonn and Bonn Stadtbahn 125.4 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Brandenburg 17.6 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Braunschweig 39.6 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Bremen 114.6 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Chemnitz 30.6 km 600 V Converted from (1893-ca 1914) and (ca 1914-1950s / 1988)
 Germany Cologne Stadtbahn 198 km 750 V Both lines between Cologne and Bonn were originally heavy load train lines electrified at 1,200 V. Line 18 once was metre gauge
 Germany Trams in Cottbus 20.1 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Darmstadt 42 km 600 V
 Germany Dortmund Stadtbahn 75 km 750 V 600 V until 1999
 Germany Trams in Dresden 134.3 km 600 V until 1903
 Germany Trams in Duisburg 43.7 km 750 V Partially on metre gauge until 1966
 Germany Trams in Düsseldorf 79.8 km 600 V
 Germany Düsseldorf Stadtbahn 85.5 km 750 V
 Germany Erfurt Stadtbahn 45.2 km 750 V 600 V until 2014
 Germany Trams in Essen 52.5 km 750 V
 Germany Essen Stadtbahn 21.5 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Frankfurt (Oder) 19.5 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Frankfurt am Main 67.2 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Freiburg im Breisgau 34.7 km 750 V 600 V until 1983
 Germany Trams in Gera 18.5 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Görlitz 11.8 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Gotha 25 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Halberstadt 11.7 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Halle (Saale) 87.6 km 750 V
 Germany Hanover Stadtbahn 127 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Heidelberg 25.1 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Jena 23.26 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Karlsruhe 71.5 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Kassel 73.6 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Krefeld 36.7 km
 Germany Trams in Leipzig 148.3 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Magdeburg 64.1 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Mainz 29.7 km 750 V 600 V until 2018
 Germany Trams in Mannheim/Ludwigshafen 61 km 750 V 600 V until 2006
 Germany Trams in Mülheim/Oberhausen 32 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Munich 83 km 750 V 600 V until 2001
 Germany Trams in Naumburg (Saale) 2.9 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Nordhausen 18 km 600 V/diesel
 Germany Trams in Nuremberg 33 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Plauen 16.4 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Potsdam 28.9 km 750 V 600 V until 2015
 Germany Trams in Rostock 35.6 km 750 V 600 V until 2017
 Germany Trams in Saarbrücken 43.4 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Schöneiche 14.1 km
 Germany Trams in Schwerin 21 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Strausberg 6.2 km 750 V
 Germany Stuttgart Stadtbahn 131 km 750 V Originally metre gauge. Part of the network on dual gauge until 2007. Some parts still on dual gauge only for heritage rolling stocks
 Germany Trams in Ulm 19.1 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Woltersdorf 5.6 km 600 V
 Germany Trams in Würzburg 19.7 km 750 V
 Germany Trams in Zwickau 20.2 km 600 V
 Greece Athens Tram 32.4 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1882-1960), restarted in 2004 as standard gauge
 Hungary Trams in Budapest 149.0 km 600 V Opened in 1866. Anciently partially on metre gauge
 Hungary Trams in Debrecen 8.8 km 600 V
 Hungary Trams in Miskolc 12 km 600 V
 Hungary Trams in Szeged 17 km 600 V
 India Trams in Kolkata 57.2 km 550 V
 Ireland Trams in Dublin 42.1 km 750 V Closed 1949, new system opened 2004
 Israel Trams in Jerusalem 13.8 km 750 V
 Italy Bergamo-Albino light rail 12.5 km 750 V
 Italy Trams in Cagliari 12 km 750 V Since 2008
 Italy Trams in Florence 16.5 km 750 V
 Italy Trams in Messina 7.7 km 750 V from 1917 to 1951, restarted as standard gauge in 2003
 Italy Trams in Milan 116.5 km 550 V
 Italy Milano-Limbiate [it] 11.6 km 550 V Interurban tram
 Italy Trams in Naples 11.8 km Unclear 750 V 600 V until 2001 (changed with the new fleet of AnsaldoBreda Sirio). Unclear if the gauge is or standard gauge
 Italy Trams in Padua 10.3 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr
 Italy Trams in Palermo 23.3 km 750 V Originally metre gauge (1878-1947), restarted in 2015 as standard gauge
 Italy Trams in Rome 36 km 550 V
 Italy Trams in Sassari 4.9 km 750 V
 Italy Trieste-Opicina tramway 5.2 km 600 V Opened 1902
 Italy Trams in Turin 88 km 550 V
 Italy Trams in Venice 20 km Rubber-tyred tram 750 V Translohr since 2010; former, classic system 1907-1941
 Japan Chikuh? Electric Railroad Line 16 km 600 V
 Japan Hakodate City Tram 10.9 km 600 V
 Japan Hankai Tramway 19.6 km 600 V
 Japan Hiroshima Electric Railway 35.1 km 600 V
 Japan Kagoshima City Transportation Bureau 13.1 km 600 V
 Japan Trams in K?chi 25.3 km 600 V
 Japan Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau 12.2 km 600 V
 Japan Trams in Matsuyama 9.2 km 600 V Man'y?sen Shinminatok? Line and Man'y?sen Takaoka Kid? Line
 Japan Nagasaki Electric Tramway 11.5 km 600 V
 Japan Okayama Electric Tramway 4.7 km 600 V
 Japan Trams in Takaoka 12.8 km 600 V
 Japan Sapporo Streetcar 8.9 km 600 V
 Japan Toden Arakawa Line 12.2 km 600 V
 Japan T?ky? Setagaya Line 5 km 600 V
 Japan Toyama City Tram Line 7.3 km 600 V
 Japan Toyama Light Rail Toyamak? Line 7.6 km 600 V
 Japan Trams in Toyohashi 5.4 km 600 V
 Kazakhstan Astana Light Metro 22.6 km 600 V
 Kazakhstan Trams in Oskemen 33 km 550 V
 Kazakhstan Trams in Pavlodar 44.6 km 550 V
 Kazakhstan Trams in Temirtau 550 V
 Latvia Trams in Daugavpils 27 km
 Latvia Trams in Liep?ja 15.8 km 600 V
 Latvia Trams in Riga 61 km
 Luxembourg Trams in Luxembourg 5.1 km 750 V Standard gauge 1875-1908 and since 2017, metre gauge 1874-1964
 Mauritius Metro Express 13 km 750 V
 Mexico Guadalajara Light Rail 24 km 750 V
 Mexico Light Rail in Mexico City 13 km
 Morocco Casablanca Tramway 47.5 km 750 V
 Morocco Rabat-Salé tramway 19.5 km 750 V
 Netherlands Trams in Amsterdam 81.2 km 600 V until 1906
 Netherlands Trams in The Hague 105 km 600 V Connects with the trams in Rotterdam through Delft with RandstadRail service
 Netherlands Trams in Rotterdam 75 km 600 V Some parts originally and metre gauge
 Netherlands Trams in Utrecht 20.7 km 750 V
Trams in Oranjestad 1.9 km Fuel cells
and battery
Heritage streetcar
 New Zealand Trams in Auckland 1.2 km Currently a heritage streetcar. Original system 1902-1956 also used standard gauge.
 New Zealand Trams in Christchurch 1.5 km 600 V Currently a heritage streetcar
 Nigeria Abuja Light Rail 44.7 km
 North Korea Trams in Pyongyang ,
600 V
 Norway Bergen Light Rail 20.4 km 750 V
 Norway Trams in Bergen 0.3 km 1897-1964. Heritage tram since 1993
 Norway Trams in Oslo 36.9 km 750 V 600 V until 2000
 Norway Trams in Trondheim 8.8 km 600 V
 Poland Trams in Bydgoszcz 29.1 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1888-1896, electric since 1896[3]
 Poland Trams in Cz?stochowa 14.7 km 600 V Since 1959[3], negative polarity
 Poland Trams in Elbl?g 16 km 600 V Since 1895[3], negative polarity
 Poland Trams in Gda?sk 56.7 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1873-1896, electric since 1896[3]
 Poland Trams in Gorzów Wielkopolski 12.2 km 600 V Since 1899 (break 1922-1924)[3], negative polarity
 Poland Trams in Grudzi?dz 9 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1896-1899, electric since 1899[3], negative polarity
 Poland Trams in Kraków 97 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1882-1901, electric (900 mm gauge) 1901-1953, electric standard gauge since 1913[3]. Includes Kraków Fast Tram
 Poland Trams in ?ód? 124.1 km 600 V Electric since 1898, steam-powered 1916-1927.[3] Extensive suburban service. Negative polarity.
 Poland Trams in Mrozy 1.75 km Horse-drawn Horse-drawn 1902-1967 and since 2012[3]
 Poland Trams in Olsztyn 11 km 600 V Originally metre gauge (1907-1965), restarted in 2015 as standard gauge
 Poland Trams in Pozna? 65.6 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1880-1898, electric since 1898[3]. Includes Pozna? Fast Tram
 Poland Silesian Interurbans 181 km 600 V Steam-powered 1894-1901, horse-drawn 1895-1899, electric (785 mm gauge) 1898-1951, electric standard gauge since 1912[3]
 Poland Trams in Szczecin 64 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1879-1898, electric since 1897[3]
 Poland Trams in Toru? 22 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1891-1902, electric since 1899[3]
 Poland Trams in Warsaw 132 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1866-1916,[3] electric since 1908, diesel-powered (one route) in 1924. Converted from 1,524 mm (Russian gauge) in 1946-1950.[4]
 Poland Trams in Wroc?aw 84 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1877-1906, electric since 1893[3]
 Portugal Almada and Seixal Light Rail 13.5 km 750 V
 Portugal Trams in Lisbon 31 km 600 V Converted from standard gauge in 1888
 Portugal Trams in Porto 8.9 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 Portugal Porto Light Rail 67 km 750 V
 Portugal Trams in Sintra 11.5 km Heritage streetcar
 Qatar Trams in Doha 2 km Battery [5]
 Romania Trams in Arad 48 km 750 V
 Romania Trams in Boto?ani 7.4 km 600 V Voltage lowered from Romanian standard 750 V due to massive import of second hand German trams
 Romania Trams in Br?ila 22.7 km 600 V
 Romania Trams in Bucharest 143 km 750 V
 Romania Trams in Cluj-Napoca 11.7 km 750 V
 Romania Trams in Craiova 16.7 km 600 V Voltage lowered from Romanian standard 750 V due to massive import of second hand German trams
 Romania Trams in Gala?i 20.4 km 750 V
 Romania Trams in Ia?i 35 km 600 V 825 V until 2005
 Romania Trams in Oradea 16.7 km 600 V
 Romania Trams in Ploie?ti 10.3 km 750 V
 Romania Trams in Re?i?a 10.3 km 750 V
 Romania Trams in Timi?oara 37.5 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Achinsk [ru] 26.5 km
 Russia Trams in Angarsk [ru] 34 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Barnaul [ru] 125 km
 Russia Trams in Biysk [ru] 71 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Chelyabinsk [ru] 68.7 km
 Russia Trams in Cherepovets [ru]
 Russia Trams in Cheryomushki [ru] 5.5 km
 Russia Trams in Irkutsk 23.4 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Izhevsk 75.5 km
 Russia Trams in Kaliningrad 21.5 km
 Russia Trams in Kazan [ru] 120 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Kemerovo [ru] 56.1 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Khabarovsk 33.5 km 660 V
 Russia Trams in Kolomna [ru] 46 km
 Russia Trams in Krasnodar [ru] 123.6 km
 Russia Trams in Krasnoturyinsk [ru] 3.5 km
 Russia Trams in Krasnoyarsk [ru] 19 km
 Russia Trams in Kursk [ru] 40.4 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Lipetsk [ru] 37 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Magnitogorsk [ru] 76 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Moscow 181 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Naberezhnye Chelny [ru] 50.6 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Nizhnekamsk [ru] 63.5 km
 Russia Trams in Nizhny Novgorod 98.5 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Nizhny Tagil [ru]
 Russia Trams in Novocherkassk [ru] 43.5 km
 Russia Trams in Novokuznetsk [ru] 52.2 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Novosibirsk 83 km
 Russia Trams in Novotroitsk [ru] 13 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Omsk [ru] 60 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Orsk [ru] 36 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Oryol [ru] 38.9 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Osinniki [ru] 18.6 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Perm [ru] 110 km
 Russia Trams in Prokopyevsk [ru] 36.1 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Pyatigorsk [ru] 47.8 km
 Russia Trams in Rostov-on-Don [ru] 67.2 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Saint Petersburg 228 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Salavat [ru] 26.7 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Samara [ru] 69 km
 Russia Trams in Saratov [ru] 142 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Smolensk [ru] 41.3 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Stary Oskol [ru] 26.9 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Taganrog [ru] 45 km
 Russia Trams in Tomsk [ru] 45.1 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Tula [ru] 92.1 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Tver [ru] 25.6 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Ufa [ru] 97 km
 Russia Trams in Ulan-Ude [ru] 56.5 km
 Russia Trams in Ulyanovsk [ru] 130 km
 Russia Trams in Usolye-Sibirskoye [ru] 11.8 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Ust-Ilimsk [ru] 14.5 km
 Russia Trams in Ust-Katav [ru] 4 km
 Russia Trams in Vladikavkaz [ru] 46.5 km
 Russia Trams in Vladivostok 5.5 km
 Russia Trams in Volchansk 7.9 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Volgograd [ru] 135 km 550 V
 Russia Volgograd Metrotram 17.3 km 550 V
 Russia Trams in Volzhsky [ru] 550 V
 Russia Trams in Yaroslavl [ru] 40.3 km 600 V
 Russia Trams in Yekaterinburg [ru] 80.6 km
 Russia Trams in Zlatoust [ru] 22.7 km 550 V
 Serbia Trams in Belgrade 43.5 km 600 V
 Slovakia Trams in Bratislava 39.6 km 600 V
 Slovakia Trams in Ko?ice [sk] 33.7 km 600 V Negative polarity
 Slovakia Trams in Tren?ianske Teplice [sk] 5.4 km 600 V
 Spain Alicante Tram 110.7 km 750 V
(partially diesel)
 Spain Trams in Barcelona 30.4 km 750 V
 Spain Trams in Bilbao 5.6 km 750 V
 Spain Trams in Granada 15.9 km 750 V
 Spain Jaén Tram 4.7 km 750 V Service suspended
 Spain Trams in Madrid 27.8 km 750 V
 Spain Trams in Murcia 17.5 km 750 V
 Spain Parla Tram 8.3 km 750 V
 Spain Tram in Seville 2.2 km ACR
 Spain Trams in Sóller 4.9 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 Spain Tenerife Tram 15.1 km 750 V
 Spain Trams in Valencia 21.7 km 750 V Lines 4, 6 and 8 only
 Spain Trams in Vitoria-Gasteiz 7.8 km 750 V
 Spain Trams in Zaragoza 12.8 km 750 V and ACR Originally metre gauge (1885-1976), restarted in 2011 as standard gauge
 Sweden Trams in Gothenburg 95 km 750 V
 Sweden Trams in Norrköping 18.7 km 750 V
 Sweden Trams in Stockholm 38 km 750 V
  Switzerland Trams in Basel 46.6 km 600 V
  Switzerland Trams in Bern 33.4 km 600 V
  Switzerland Trams in Geneva 36 km 600 V
  Switzerland Trams in Neuchâtel 8.8 km 600 V
  Switzerland Riffelalp tram 0.675 km Battery 1899-1960 and since 2001. Battery 80 V / 400 Ah
  Switzerland Trams in Zürich 72.9 km 600 V Includes Stadtbahn Glattal interurban tram. Converted from standard gauge, 1890?
 Taiwan Danhai light rail 7.3 km 750 V
 Taiwan Trams in Kaohsiung 22.1 km ACR
 Tunisia Tunis Light Rail 45.2 km 750 V
 Turkey Trams in Antalya 30.1 km
 Turkey Bursa modern tramway 6 km 750 V
 Turkey Bursa heritage tramway 2.2 km 750 V
 Turkey Trams in Eski?ehir 29.5 km 750 V
 Turkey Trams in Gaziantep [tr] 22 km
 Turkey Istanbul nostalgic tramways 4.2 km Heritage streetcar
 Turkey Istanbul Tram 33.8 km 750 V
 Turkey Tram ?zmir 21.6 km 750 V
 Turkey Trams in ?zmit [tr] 16.2 km 750 V
 Turkey Trams in Kayseri 17.8 km
 Turkey Trams in Konya [tr] 41 km
 Turkey Samsun Tram 36 km 750 V
 Ukraine Trams in Dnipro 88 km 600 V
 Ukraine Trams in Donetsk [uk] 129.5 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Druzhkivka [uk] 26.4 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Horlivka [uk] 56.7 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Kamianske [uk] 77.6 km 600 V
 Ukraine Trams in Kharkiv 217.6 km 600 V
 Ukraine Kiev Light Rail 21 km 600 V
 Ukraine Trams in Kiev 230.2 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Konotop [uk] 28 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Kryvyi Rih 88.1 km 600 V
 Ukraine Trams in Lviv 78.4 km 600 V Horse-drawn 1880-1908, electric since 1894[3]
 Ukraine Trams in Mariupol [uk] 100.3 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Mykolaiv 48.2 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Odessa 197.3 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Vinnytsia 21.2 km 600 V Since 1913
 Ukraine Trams in Yenakiieve 32.7 km 550 V
 Ukraine Trams in Yevpatoria [uk] 20 km 600 V Since 1914
 Ukraine Trams in Zaporizhia [uk] 99.3 km 600 V
 Ukraine Trams in Zhytomyr [uk] 17.5 km Horse-drawn freight service since 1897, electric passenger service since 1899
 United Arab Emirates Trams in Dubai 9.5 km 750 V
 United Arab Emirates Dubai Trolley 1.1 km Fuel cells
and battery
Heritage streetcar
 United Kingdom Trams in Blackpool 17.7 km 600 V 550 V until 2011
 United Kingdom Trams in Edinburgh 14 km 750 V
 United Kingdom Great Orme Tramway 1.5 km Cable car Only remaining cable-operated street tramway in UK, and one of only a few surviving in the world
 United Kingdom Trams in London 28 km 750 V Some street running in Croydon
 United Kingdom Manchester Metrolink 100 km 750 V
 United Kingdom Nottingham Express Transit 32 km 750 V
 United Kingdom Seaton Tramway 4.8 km 120 V Since 1970
 United Kingdom Sheffield Supertram 34.6 km 750 V
 United Kingdom Volk's Electric Railway 1.6 km 110 V third rail
 United Kingdom West Midlands Metro 21 km 750 V
 Isle of Man Douglas Bay Horse Tramway 2.6 km Horse-drawn Heritage horse tram
 Isle of Man Manx Electric Railway 27 km 550 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Atlanta Streetcar 4.3 km 750 V
 USA Baltimore Light Rail 48.3 km 750 V Baltimore Streetcar System used [6] until its closure. Gauge now used only in the Baltimore Streetcar Museum.
 USA Boston Light Rail 37 km 600 V
 USA Boston M Line 4.1 km 600 V
 USA Buffalo Metro Rail 10.3 km 650 V
 USA Camden-Trenton line (New Jersey) 55 km Diesel
 USA Charlotte, CityLynx Gold Line 2.4 km Heritage streetcar
 USA Charlotte, Lynx Blue Line 31.1 km 750 V
 USA Cincinnati Streetcar 5.8 km 750 V Originally () (1859-1951) former system operated by Cincinnati Street Railway, restarted in 2016 standard gauge
 USA Blue, Green, and Waterfront Lines 24.6 km 600 V
 USA Dallas Light Rail 150 km 750 V
 USA Dallas Streetcar 3.9 km 750 V
 USA Dallas, McKinney Avenue Transit Authority 7.4 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Denver Light Rail 93.6 km 750 V Originally (?), restarted in 1994 as standard gauge. Some street running
 USA Streetcar in Detroit 5.3 km 750 V and battery
 USA El Paso Streetcar 7.7 km 650 V
 USA Houston Light Rail 24.5 km 600/750 V
 USA Hudson-Bergen Light Rail 27.4 km 750 V
 USA Trams in Kansas City 3.5 km 750 V
 USA Streetcars in Kenosha, Wisconsin 2.7 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Streetcar in Little Rock 5.5 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Los Angeles Light Rail 142.1 km 750 V Only Blue, Expo, Gold and Green lines
 USA Streetcar in Memphis 10.1 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Milwaukee Streetcar 3.4 km 750 V
 USA Minneapolis-Saint Paul Light Rail 35.1 km 750 V
 USA Newark Light Rail 10 km 750 V
 USA New Orleans streetcar system 35.9 km () 600 V
 USA Norfolk Light Rail 11.9 km 750 V
 USA Oklahoma City Streetcar 7.7 km 740 V and
 USA Philadelphia Light Rail and Streetcars 72.3 km () 600 V SEPTA Subway-Surface Trolley Lines, Routes 101 and 102 and Route 15
 USA Phoenix Light Rail 45 km 750 V
 USA Pittsburgh Light Rail 42.2 km () 650 V Pittsburgh Railways (1902-1964) use the same track gauge and partially the same route
 USA Portland Light Rail 96.6 km 750/825 V Sections west of NE 9th Avenue & Holladay Street utilize a 750 V system
 USA Portland Streetcar 11.6 km 750 V
 USA Sacramento Light Rail 69 km 750 V
 USA St. Louis MetroLink 74 km 750 V
 USA St. Louis Streetcar 3.5 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Salt Lake City Light Rail 72.1 km 750 V
 USA Salt Lake City Streetcar 3.2 km
 USA San Diego Trolley 86.1 km 600 V Oldest "second-generation" light rail system in the United States
 USA San Francisco cable car system 8.3 km Cable car Part of San Francisco Municipal Railway
 USA San Francisco Muni Metro 59.2 km 600 V Part of San Francisco Municipal Railway
 USA San Francisco, E Embarcadero and F Market & Wharves 600 V Heritage streetcar, part of San Francisco Municipal Railway
 USA San Jose Light Rail 67.9 km 750 V
 USA Seattle Light Rail 32.7 km 1,500 V
 USA Seattle Streetcar 6.1 km 750 V
 USA Tacoma Link 2.6 km 750 V Originally until 1938, restarted in 2003 as standard gauge
 USA Streetcars in Tampa 4.3 km 600 V Heritage streetcar
 USA Tucson Streetcar 6.3 km 750 V
 USA Trams in Washington, D.C. 3.9 km 750 V Standard gauge used on both original tramways (from 1862-1962) and light rail (opened in August 2016).
 Uzbekistan Trams in Samarkand

Track gauge of defunct systems

Gauge Country Network Comment
 United Kingdom Claude Lane at Rhyl 1952-1956
 United Kingdom Claude Lane at Eastbourne 1956-1969
 Austria Trams in Ybbs 1907-1953
 Croatia Trams in Dubrovnik 1912-1970
 Italy Trams in Pescara 1934-1963
 Croatia Trams in Opatija 1908-1933
 Croatia Trams in Pula 1904-1934
 Croatia Trams in Rijeka 1899-1952
 Finland Trams in Turku Originally standard gauge (1890-1892), rebuilt to metre gauge (1908-1972)
 Finland and  Russia Trams in Vyborg 1912-1957 Note: Vyborg was part of Finland until 1940, then became part of the Soviet Union.
 France Trams in Blois 1910-1933
 France Trams in Colmar 1902-1960
 France Trams in Le Puy 1896-1914
 France Trams in Lourdes 1899-1930
 France Trams in Pau 1900-1932
 France Trams in Perpignan 1900-1955
 France Trams in Poitiers 1899-1947
 France Trams in Sète 1901-1933
 Germany Trams in Aachen 1880-1974
 Germany Trams in Altenburg 1895-1920
 Germany Trams in Bamberg 1897-1922
 Germany Trams in Detmold 1900-1954
 Germany Trams in Guben 1904-1938[3]
 Germany Trams in Hamm 1898-1961
 Germany Trams in Hof 1901-1922
 Germany Trams in Jüterbog 1897-1928
 Germany Trams in Koblenz 1887-1967
 Germany Trams in Landshut 1902-1945
 Germany Lockwitztal Tramway 1906-1977
 Germany Trams in Marburg 1903-1951
 Germany Trams in Mühlhausen 1898-1969
 Germany Trams in Münster 1901-1954
 Germany Trams in Osnabrück 1906-1960
 Germany Trams in Paderborn 1900-1963
 Germany Trams in Pforzheim 1911-1964
 Germany Trams in Pirmasens 1905-1943
 Germany Trams in Regensburg 1903-1964
 Germany Trams in Riesa 1889-1924
 Germany Trams in Schweinfurt 1895-1921
 Germany Trams in Solingen 1896-1959
 Germany Trams in Stendal 1892-1926
 Germany Trams in Stralsund 1900-1966
 Germany Trams in Sylt 1888-1970
 Germany Trams in Warnemünde 1910-1945
 Germany Trams in Weimar 1899-1937
 Germany Trams in Werder 1895-1926
 Germany Trams in Wittenberg 1888-1921
 Germany Trams in Worms 1906-1956
 Germany Trams in Zerbst 1891-1928
 Italy Trams in Bari 1909-1948
 Italy Trams in Bergamo 1887-1958
 Italy Trams in Bolzano 1909-1948
 Italy Trams in Catania 1905-1951
 Italy Trams in Civitanova Marche 1911-1955
 Italy Trams in Como 1899 and 1906-1952
 Italy Trams in Ferrara 1910-1938
 Italy Trams in Genoa 1893-1966
 Italy Trams in Gorizia 1909-1935
 Italy Trams in Merano 1908-1956
 Italy Trams in Modena 1881-1950
 Italy Trams in Padova 1907-1954
 Italy Trams in Perugia 1899-1946
 Italy Trams in Pisa 1912-1952
 Italy Trams in Reggio Calabria 1912-1928
 Italy Trams in Savona 1912-1948
 Italy Trams in Sulmona 1908-1943
 Italy Trams in Taranto 1922-1950
 Italy Trams in Trapani 1919-1952
 Italy Trams in Treviso 1906-1938
 Italy Trams in Udine 1887-1952
 Latvia Trams in Kemeri 1912-1935
 Lithuania Trams in Klaipeda 1904-1929 and 1950-1967
 Lithuania Trams in Vilnius Horse-drawn 1893-1916, diesel-powered 1924-1926[3]
 Luxembourg Trams in Esch-sur-Alzette 1927-1956
 Moldova Trams in Chi?in?u 1888-1961
 Monaco Trams in Monte Carlo 1898-1932
 Netherlands Trams in Groningen 1880-1949
 Netherlands Trams in Haarlem 1899-1957
 Poland Trams in Bia?ystok Horse-drawn 1895-1915[3]
 Poland Trams in Bielsko-Bia?a 1895-1971[3]
 Poland Trams in Cieszyn 1911-1921[3]
 Poland Trams in Inowroc?aw 1912-1962[3]
 Poland Trams in Jelenia Góra Gas-powered standard gauge 1897-1899, electric metre gauge 1900-1969[3]
 Poland Trams in Kostrzyn nad Odr? Horse-drawn 1903-1923, electric 1925-1945[3]
 Poland Trams in Legnica 1898-1969[3]
 Poland Trams in S?ubice 1898-1945 (until 1945 as part of trams in Frankfurt (Oder) network)[3]
 Poland Trams in S?upsk 1910-1959[3]
 Poland Trams in Sulejówek Horse-drawn 1898-1914[3]
 Poland Trams in Tarnów 1911-1942[3]
 Poland Trams in Wa?brzych 1898-1966[3]
 Poland Trams in Zgorzelec Horse-drawn standard gauge 1882-1897, electric metre gauge 1897-1945[3]
 Portugal Trams in Coimbra 1874-1980
 Romania Trams in Sibiu 1905-2011
 Russia Trams in Pskov [ru] 1909-1944
 Russia Trams in Sovetsk, Kaliningrad Oblast 1900-1944
  Switzerland Trams in Biel/Bienne Standard gauge 1877-1902, metre gauge 1902-1948
 Ukraine Trams in Simferopol 1914-1970
 Australia Trams in Fremantle 1905-1952
 Australia Trams in Hobart 1893-1961
 Australia Trams in Kalgoorlie 1902-1952
 Australia Trams in Launceston 1911-1952
 Australia Trams in Perth 1899-1958
 Australia Trams in Rockhampton 1909-1939
 New Zealand Dunedin cable tramway[7] 1881-1957
 Myanmar Trams in Mandalay 1904-1942
 New Zealand Maori Hill tramway (Dunedin) 1901-1936. Other electric tramlines in Dunedin were 4 ft 8 in (1,422 mm).
 New Zealand Trams in Napier 1913-1931
 Panama Trams in Panama 1893-1941
 USA Los Angeles Railway 1901-1963
 USA San Diego Electric Railway 1892-1898, converted to standard gauge 1898-1949
 Germany Trams in Kiel 1881-1985
 Germany Trams in Lübeck 1881-1959
[8]  New Zealand Wellington tramway system 1904-1964
 United Kingdom Accrington Steam Tramways Company
Accrington Corporation Tramways
Haslingden Corporation Tramways
Rossendale Valley Tramways
Rawtenstall Corporation Tramways
 United Kingdom Barrow-in-Furness Tramways Company 1885-1932
 United Kingdom Blackburn and Over Darwen Tramways Company
Blackburn Corporation Tramways
Darwen Corporation Tramways
 United Kingdom Bradford Tramways Company
Bradford and Shelf Tramway Company
Bradford Corporation Tramways
1882-1950 Note: Tapering Gauge at Stanningley Town Street to connect to Leeds standard gauge, using splined axles.
 United Kingdom Burnley Corporation Tramways
Nelson Corporation Tramways
Colne and Trawden Light Railway Company
 United Kingdom Keighley Tramways Company Horse-drawn 1889-1904
 United Kingdom Glasgow Corporation Tramways 1872-1962
 United Kingdom Huddersfield Corporation Tramways 1882-1940
 New Zealand Dundedin electric trams 1903-1956. All lines except Maori Hill which was 1,067mm.
 Argentina Tranvía del Este 2007-2012
 Australia Trams in Brisbane 1885-1969
 Australia Trams in Geelong 1912-1956
 Canada Streetcars in Montreal 18__-1959
 Canada Vancouver Downtown Historic Railway Heritage streetcar (1998-2011)
 Canada Cornwall Street Railway[9] Defunct. Used for both trams and for freight cars from the CN mainline. Used for freight only under catenary until 9 October 1971[9]
 Canada BC Electric Railway Defunct, a part is used by the Southern Railway of British Columbia for freight.
 Denmark Trams in Copenhagen 1863-1972
 Germany Trams in Bingen 1906-1955
 Germany Trams in Bremerhaven 1881-1982
 Germany Trams in Cuxhaven 1914-1914
 Germany Trams in Eberswalde 1910-1940
 Germany Trams in Gießen 1909-1953
 Germany Trams in Hamburg 1866-1978
 Germany Trams in Hildesheim 1905-1945
 Germany Trams in Ingolstadt 1878-1921
 Germany Trams in Kaiserslautern 1916-1935
 Germany Trams in Oldenburg 1884-1884
 Germany Trams in Stadthagen 1897-1930
 Germany Trams in Trier 1890-1951
 Germany Trams in Wilhelmshaven 1913-1945
 Poland Trams in Koszalin 1911-1945[3]
 Spain Vélez-Málaga Tram 2006-2012
 Ukraine Trams in Kolomyia [uk] Steam-powered 1886-ca.1944[3]
 United Kingdom Cambridge Street Tramways Horse-drawn tramway service operating two routes, 1880-1914
 United Kingdom Leeds Tramway 1891 - November 1959
 United Kingdom Swansea and Mumbles Railway Originally a mineral line, regauged and relaid a number of times, operated latterly as a tramway using the largest doubledeck trams ever made for UK use, often in pairs, closed by local bus company in 1960
 USA Chicago Surface Lines 1913-1947
 USA Greater Los Angeles Area, Pacific Electric 1901-1961
 United Kingdom Belfast Corporation Tramways 1905-1954
 Germany Trams in Zittau 1902 only, converted to , 1904-1919
 Armenia Trams in Yerevan Originally (1906-1918), 1933-2004
 Azerbaijan Trams in Baku 1889-2004
 Azerbaijan Trams in Ganja, Azerbaijan 1933-1976
 Azerbaijan Trams in Sumqayit 1959-2003
 Georgia Trams in Tbilisi (1883-1910) and metre gauge (1904-1934), 1934-2006
 Kazakhstan Trams in Almaty 1937-2015
 Kazakhstan Trams in Karaganda 1950-1997
 Russia Trams in Astrakhan [ru] 1900-2007
 Russia Trams in Arkhangelsk 1916-2004
 Russia Trams in Dzerzhinsk [ru] 1933-2015
 Russia Trams in Grozny [ru] 1932-1994/95
 Russia Trams in Ivanovo [ru] 1953-2008
 Russia Trams in Kaltan 1957-1961
 Russia Trams in Karpinsk 1946-1994
 Russia Trams in Komsomolsk-on-Amur [ru] 1957-2018
 Russia Trams in Novorossiysk [ru] 1934-1969
 Russia Trams in Noginsk [ru] 1924-2013
 Russia Trams in Ryazan [ru] 1963-2010
 Russia Trams in Voronezh [ru] 1926-2009
 Ukraine Trams in Avdiivka 1965-2017
 Ukraine Trams in Berdychiv [uk] 1892-1921
 Ukraine Trams in Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi [uk] 1904-1930
 Ukraine Trams in Brovary 1934-1941
 Ukraine Trams in Kerch [uk] 1935-1941
 Ukraine Trams in Kostiantynivka [uk] 1931-2016
 Ukraine Trams in Kramatorsk [uk] 1937-2017
 Ukraine Trams in Luhansk [uk] 1934-2015
 Ukraine Trams in Makiivka [uk] 1924-2006
 Ukraine Trams in Stakhanov [uk] 1937-2008
 Ukraine Trams in Sviatohirsk [uk] 1930-1941
 Ukraine Trams in Vuhlehirsk [uk] 1958-1980
 USA Trams in Camden 1871-1935
 USA Trams in Louisville ? - 1948
 Uzbekistan Trams in Samarkand 1942-1973
 Uzbekistan Trams in Tashkent 1912-2016
 USA Trams in Columbus 1863-1948
 Australia Adelaide horse tram network 1879 - ?, Port Adelaide to Albert Park only
 Australia St Kilda to Brighton Beach Street Railway (Melbourne) 1906-1959. Operated by Victorian Railways.
 Ireland Hill of Howth Tramway 1901-1959
 USA Trams in Altoona[10] 188_-1954

See also


  1. ^ The Tramways of Santos (São Paulo state), Brazil Allen Morrison. June 2006. Retrieved 2010-09-18
  2. ^ Morrison, Allen (1989). The Tramways of Brazil: A 130-Year Survey. New York: Bonde Press. pp. 134-138. ISBN 0-9622348-1-8.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ?urawicz, Justyna (red.) (2013). Tramwaje w Polsce: Ksiy M?yn. ISBN 978-83-7729-215-0.
  4. ^ Kotuszewski, Adam et al. (1998), Warszawskie tramwaje elektryczne 1908-1998: WKi?. vol. I. pp. 31-40. ISBN 83-907574-00
  5. ^ Retrieved 2020-01-09
  6. ^ "Railroad Gauge Width". ? . ? . Archived from the original on July 17, 2012. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "The Cable Car Home Page - Cable Tramways in Australia and New Zealand". Retrieved .
  8. ^ Bett & Gillham (1962). Great British Tramway Networks. London: The Light Railway Transport League. pp. 36-38.
  9. ^ a b Cornwall Street Railway
  10. ^ Hilton, George W.; Due, John Fitzgerald (1 January 2000). The Electric Interurban Railways in America. Stanford University Press. ISBN 978-0-8047-4014-2. Retrieved 2014. Worst of all, not all city systems were built to the standard American and European gauge of 4'-​". Pittsburgh and most other Pennsylvania cities used 5'-​", which became known as the Pennsylvania trolley gauge. Cincinnati used 5'-​", Philadelphia 5'-​", Columbus 5'-2", Altoona 5'-3", Louisville and Camden 5'-0", Canton and Pueblo 4'-0", Denver, Tacoma, and Los Angeles 3'-6", Toronto an odd 4'-​", and Baltimore a vast 5'-​".

External links

  • Hilton, George W.; Due, John Fitzgerald (1 January 2000). The Electric Interurban Railways in America. Stanford University Press. ISBN 978-0-8047-4014-2. Retrieved 2014. Worst of all, not all city systems were built to the standard American and European gauge of 4'-​". Pittsburgh and most other Pennsylvania cities used 5'-​", which became known as the Pennsylvania trolley gauge. Cincinnati used 5'-​", Philadelphia 5'-​", Columbus 5'-2", Altoona 5'-3", Louisville and Camden 5'-0", Canton and Pueblo 4'-0", Denver, Tacoma, and Los Angeles 3'-6", Toronto an odd 4'-​", and Baltimore a vast 5'-​".

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