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Chronology

11.06.2024 The tram line 13 has been reestabilished between Piazza Campanella and Piazza Castello, the section along Via Po remains closed.
22.04.2024 Corso Casale tram line reopened after reconstruction, route 15 runs again to Piazza Coriolano and route 3 runs to Corso Tortona. Replacement bus routes 3N and 15N are cancelled.
22.03.2024 Granton electric buses of Cavourese company are temporarily out of service due to brake and steering problems, routed are served by diesel buses lent by Autoguidovie company from Milan.
01.01.2024 Tram line 4 restored to Falchera
01.10.2023 The tram line along Corso Casale till Piazza Coriolano terminus is closed due to repair works approximately until March 2024. Line 15 is shrunk at Corso Tortona, moreover, due to low capacity of Corso Tortona temporary terminus, line 3 is shrunk at Rondò Rivella. The closed sections are bus replaced.
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× Società per Azioni Torinese Tranvie Intercomunali (SATTI)
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Torino-Orbassano-Giaveno (1881-1958)
Torino-Moncalieri-Poirino (1875-1949)
Torino-Chivasso/Brusasco (1877-1949)
Torino-Settimo Torinese (1884-1954)
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Line Torino-Saluzzo with branch to Carmagnola (1881-1950)
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× Società Trazione Elettrica Piemontese (STEP)
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Torino-Venaria Reale (1888-1951)
Torino-Pianezza with branch to Druento (1884-1951)
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× Torino-Rivoli
1914-1955, replaced with trolleybuses
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× Torino-Stupinigi-Piobesi
Opened in 1882, Stupinigi-Piobesi section closed in 1934, definitively closed in 1956
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Opened in 1961 in occasion of Italia '61 expo, closed in 1963
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Information

Turin is a city in Italy, capital of Piedmont region, 4th by the population after Rome, Milan and Naples, one of the biggest industrial and economical centres of Italy. Public transport consists of railways served by two large stations (Porta Nuova and Porta Susa) and others, a metro line, a bus and tram network which covers all the city and suburbs.

The tram network opened in 1871 with horse traction, in 1897 was electrified.
At present following routes are operated:

3 Vallette — Corso Tortona
4 Via delle Querce — Strada del Drosso
7 Piazza Castello (historical ring route, operated on Sundays and holidays)
9 Piazza Stampalia — Torino Esposizioni
9/ Piazza Bernini — Juventus Stadium (return trips extended to Porta Nuova station) (route operated on match days at the Juventus Stadium)
10 Piazza Statuto — Corso Settembrini (on Sundays operated between Piazza Statuto and Piazzale Caio Mario)
13 Piazza Campanella — Piazza Gran Madre di Dio (operated with buses after 9 PM on weekdays and the whole day on Sundays and holidays)
15 Via Brissogne — Piazza Coriolano
16 Piazza Sabotino (ring route)
Sassi-Superga (rack tram)

Future plans:
— construction of new line 12 connecting Juventus Stadium to city centre and south
— extension of line 15 to the future university campus in Grugliasco suburb

Also many interurban tram lines operated until 1958.


The trolleybus network consisted of urban lines which ran in 1931-1980 and two suburban lines: Turin-Chieri (1951-1979) and Turin-Rivoli (1955-1979).


Subway (metro) opened in 2006 and consists of the only line:

M1 Fermi (Collegno) — Bengasi

A new line section from Fermi station in direction of Rivoli town, with 4 stations (Certosa, Collegno Centro, Leumann, Cascine Vica), is under construction.


Electric buses began serving some bus routes in 2003.


Links

Tram di Torino
https://tramditorino.it/
 

Site about trams of Turin: history, rolling stock, infrastructure, photo gallery, also information on other Turin transportation (in Italian language)
Museo del tram di Torino
http://www.museodeltram.it/index.htm
 

History of the tram and network. Data about the heritage tram in Torino.

Active Photographers of the City

1st place: Савицкий Владислав — 76 photos
2nd place: SKPicture — 75 photos
3rd place: 1173 R — 65 photos

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