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The Trambaix on its way through Avinguda de Xile.

The Trambaix is a light rail (tram) system operated by TRAMMET connecting the Baix Llobregat area with the city of Barcelona in Spain. It opened to the public on April 5, 2004 after a weekend when the tram could be used free of charge. The Trambaix includes three different routes (T1, T2 and T3). The tram route starts at Plaça Francesc Macià in Barcelona to the west of the city and extends west, passing L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Esplugues de Llobregat, Cornellà de Llobregat, Sant Joan Despí and Sant Just Desvern. An extension of Tram T3 opened on December 8, 2006, as far as Consell Comarcal in Sant Feliu de Llobregat. The yearly ridership of all of its lines combined is of 15,057,318 passengers as of 2008.[1]

The Trambaix is part of the Barcelona Tramvía system and complements the Trambesòs that runs to the south-east of the city. Both networks will be interconnected through Avinguda Diagonal in the next construction phase.[2]

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T1 Route

Trambaix T1, T2 and T3 Line
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 Avinguda de Xile
 
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  • Francesc Macià
  • L'Illa
  • Numància
  • Maria Cristina (L3)
  • Pius XII
  • Palau Reial (L3)
  • Zona Universitària
  • Avinguda de Xile
  • Sant Ramon
  • Can Rigal
  • Ca n'Oliveres
  • Can Clota
  • Pont d'Esplugues
  • La Sardana
  • Montesa
  • El Pedró
  • Ignasi Iglésias
  • Cornellà Centre (L5)
  • Les Aigües
  • Fontsanta i Fatjó
  • Bon Viatge

T2 Route

  • Francesc Macià
  • L'Illa
  • Numància
  • Maria Cristina (L3)
  • Pius XII
  • Palau Reial (L3)
  • Zona Universitària
  • Avinguda de Xile
  • Sant Ramon
  • Can Rigal
  • Ca n'Oliveres
  • Can Clota
  • Pont d'Esplugues
  • La Sardana
  • Montesa
  • El Pedró
  • Ignasi Iglésias
  • Cornellà Centre (L5)
  • Les Aigües
  • Fontsanta i Fatjó
  • Bon Viatge
  • La Fontsanta
  • Centre Miquel Martí i Pol
  • Sant Martí de l'Erm

T3 Route

  • Francesc Macià
  • L'Illa
  • Numància
  • Maria Cristina (L3)
  • Pius XII
  • Palau Reial (L3)
  • Zona Universitària
  • Avinguda de Xile
  • Sant Ramon
  • Can Rigal
  • Ca n'Oliveres
  • Can Clota
  • Pont d'Esplugues
  • La Sardana
  • Montesa
  • Sant Martí de l'Erm
  • Rambla Sant Just
  • Walden
  • Torreblanca
  • Sant Feliu-Consell Comarcal

Tram's future

Since the modern trams open in 2004 was in mind of everybody the possibility to connect Trambaix and Trambesòs. In September 2008 Jordi Hereu, the Mayor of Barcelona, in a tv programme said that in a nearly future (2011-2012) both trams will be connect by the Diagonal Avenue[3] and now Generalitat de Catalunya (Catalonia's government) is planning that project.

See also

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