Tramlink

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Tramlink
Tramlink roundel.svg
Tram 2548 at Arena.jpg
Info
Owner Transport for London
Locale South London
Transit type Light rail/Tram
Number of lines 4
Website www.tfl.gov.uk/trams
Operation
Began operation May 2000 (2000-05)
Operator(s) FirstGroup
Number of vehicles 24 Bombardier CR4000
12 Stadler Rail Variobahn
Technical
System length 28 km (17 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification Overhead line (750 V DC)
Top speed 50 miles per hour (80 km/h)
Tramlink
Beckenham Junction National Rail
Beckenham Road
Avenue Road
Birkbeck National Rail
Harrington Road
Elmers End National Rail
Arena
Woodside
Blackhorse Lane
Addiscombe
New Addington
King Henry's Drive
Fieldway
Addington Village
Gravel Hill
Coombe Lane
Lloyd Park
Sandilands
Lebanon Road
East Croydon National Rail
Wellesley Road
George Street
West Croydon National Rail London Overground
Church Street
Centrale
Reeves Corner(eastbound only)
Wandle Park
Waddon Marsh
Ampere Way
Therapia Lane
Therapia Lane depot
Beddington Lane
Mitcham Junction National Rail
Mitcham
Belgrave Walk
Phipps Bridge
Morden Road
Merton Park
Dundonald Road
Wimbledon District Line National Rail

Tramlink (also called Croydon Tramlink) is a tramway system in south London in the United Kingdom which began operation in May 2000. The service is operated by First London on behalf of Transport for London (TfL). The TfL team responsible for Tramlink is called London Tramlink, matching London Buses, London Underground, and so on.

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