Cagliari light rail
|Transit type||light rail|
|Number of lines||1|
|Number of stations||11|
|Operator(s)||ARST Gestione FdS|
|Number of vehicles||5 Škoda 06 T|
|System length||12 km|
|Track gauge||950 mm (3 ft 1 3⁄8 in)|
Cagliari light rail, commercially known as Metrocagliari, is a light rail line that serves the town of Cagliari and part of its metropolitan area, in Sardinia, Italy. It was inaugurated in 2008, after the renovation and the modernization of the previous narrow gauge railway system that operated in the urban area of Cagliari. In February 2015 the line 1 has been extended to the Policlinico-University Campus. It currently has eleven stops. Line 2 connects Gottardo to Settimo San Pietro. The line Repubblica-Matteotti line, very important because it will connect the tram with the transportation hub of the city, home to the train and suburban buses station, and most of the local bus station, is in the final design stages and it is expected that the work can begin in 2014. Cagliari had a tram system between 1893 to 1973. At its maximum extents it had 6 lines.
"Policlinico" tram station construction site, October 2013
Cagliari tram map 1893-1973
Cagliari, via Roma 1930- 1940 (north view)
Via Manno, Cagliari
Cagliari - Tram to Poetto beach
- Lai, Rossano (2005). "Metrotranvia a Cagliari". iTreni (273): pp. 21–25.
- "Una rete di metrotranvia per l'Area Vasta di Cagliari" (PDF). Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
- "Accordo di programma per la metropolitana dell'Area vasta di Cagliari" (PDF). Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.