Trolleybuses in Ancona

Ancona trolleybus system
Locale Ancona, Marche, Italy
Open 1949 (1949)
Status Open
Routes 1
Operator(s) Conerobus
Stock 9
Website Conerobus (Italian)

The Ancona trolleybus system (Italian: Rete filoviaria di Ancona) forms part of the public transport network of the city and comune of Ancona, in the Marche region, central Italy. In operation since 1949, the system presently comprises only one urban route.


The route comprising the present Ancona trolleybus system is:

This is an amalgamation of the previous lines 1 and 4. The amalgamated line has the following itinerary: viale della Vittoria, piazza Cavour, piazza Roma, Archi, Ancona railway station, viale Giordano Bruno, piazza Ugo Bassi, via Torresi, Tavernelle (terminus).

Trolleybus fleet

Retired trolleybuses

The following now retired trolleybuses have been used in Ancona:

Current fleet

Ancona's present trolleybus fleet is made up of only the following two types:


For 2011, there are plans for the restructuring of the network by raising the voltage to 750 V, the consequent adjustment of the electrical substation, the construction of a new line on the Via Torresi, and the replacement of the existing fleet with a new fleet of four 18 m (59 ft 1 in) articulated trolleybuses, for which tenders have been called.

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This article is based upon a translation of the Italian language version as at July 2011.

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