The Oran Tramway[1] (in Arabic: ترامواي وهران‎) is a system of public transport in Oran (also transliterated as Wahrān), the second largest city in Algeria. The first section includes 18.7 kilometres (11.6 mi) of route and 32 stops.[1] Commissioning, delayed several times, took place on May 1, 2013.[1]

Oran Tramway
Tramway d'Oran 2013.jpg
Overview
Native nameترامواي وهران
LocaleOran, Algeria
Transit typeTram
Number of lines1
Number of stations32
Operation
Began operationMay 1, 2013[1]
Technical
System length18.7 km (11.6 mi)
System map

Oran/Wahrān Tramway.

StationsEdit

The stations are listed from the western suburbs to the eastern suburbs:

      Stations Baladiyette Region Related Networks
    Es Sénia Terminus - السانيا نهاية الخط Es Sénia
    Es Senia south - السانيا جنوب Es Sénia
    Es Senia center - السانيا وسط Es Sénia
    Sidi Maarouf Terminus - سيدي معروف نهاية الخط Bir El Djir

Rolling stockEdit

Service is provided by a fleet of 30 Alstom Citadis trams, each 43.9 m (144 ft) in length.[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "Oran tramway opens for business, with more Algerian LRT to come" (June 2013). Tramways & Urban Transit magazine, p. 212. LRTA Publishing (UK).