Transport and Communication Commission


City: Pyongyang (North Korea).
Total route length: 53.3 km (33.1 miles).

Track gauge: 1000 mm (metre gauge).
Opened: 1995.

Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: April 15, 1991.

Track gauge: 610 mm.
Opened: May 20, 1923.
Closed: 1953.

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Tram lines in operation

Pyongyang tram line 2

Pyongyang tram line 3

Pyongyang tourist line Kŭmsusan

Discontinued tram lines

Pyongyang tram line 1

Location on a map

See the official route map.

Current trams in operation

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By: PG Andersson.
Language: Swedish.

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Last updated: February 16, 2024.