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Straßenbahn Berlin 2017 - Trams in Berlin, Germany

YouTube name: Timosha21.
Language: German.
Date: May 28, 2017.
City: Berlin (Germany).

The video shows

Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)
Fast line M10, in the direction towards S+U Warschauer Straße.
Fast line M1.
Fast line M5.
Fast line M2, in the direction towards S+U Alexanderplatz/Dircksenstraße.
Fast line M4.


The Berlin tramway is the main tram system in Berlin, Germany. It is one of the oldest tram networks in the world having its origins in 1865 and is operated by Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), which was founded in 1929. It is notable for being the third largest tram system in the world, after Melbourne and St. Petersburg. Berlin's streetcar system is made up of 22 lines that operate across a standard gauge network, with almost 800 stops and measuring almost 190 kilometres (120 mi) in route length and 430 kilometres (270 mi) in line length. Nine of the lines, called Metrotram, are operated 24 hours per day, and are identified with the letter 'M' before their number; the other thirteen lines are regular city tram lines and are identified by just a line number.
Most of the recent network is within the confines of the former East Berlin—tram lines within West Berlin having been replaced by buses during the division of Berlin (the first extension into West Berlin opened in 1994 on today's M13). In the eastern vicinity of the city there are also three private tram lines not part of the main system, whilst to the south-west of Berlin is the Potsdam tram system with its own network of lines.

Straßenbahn Berlin 2017 - Trams in Berlin, Germany

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See also

Line: Berlin fast line M5
Links about trams in Berlin
Museum: Berlin Denkmalpflege-Verein Nahverkehr (DVN)
Company: Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)
Videos about trams in Berlin

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