Tram systems in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is Argentina's capital and largest city and is located on the western shore of the estuary of the Rio de la Plata. The city's name translates as "fair winds" and the city's original name when it was founded in the 16th Century was Real de Nuestra Señora Santa María del Buen Ayre.
Buenos Aires is served by Ministro Pistarini International Airport, Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, which provides mainly domestic services, with some regional flights to neighboring countries. A third airport, El Palomar Airport , also handles domestic flights. The city also has a commuter rail system that consists of 7 lines, and an underground system that consists of a total of 8 lines, one of which runs entirely overground. Additionally, there is a small tram network and an extensive bus network with around 150 lines and a rapid bus network called the Metrobus, which now has 4 lines and 113 stops..
Buenos Aires' current tram system is called the Premetro and is comprised of a single main line, and a short branch, as detailed below and on the lines tab.
Buenos Aires currently has 2 tram lines, details of which can be found on the Lines tab
Buenos Aires currently has 2 tram lines, which are listed below. To see more information about a particular line, click on the link in the table below (where applicable).
|PM-S||Premetro line PM-S runs from Intendente Saguier to General Savio.|
|PM-C||Premetro line PM-C runs from Intendente Saguier to Centro Cívico.|