You can find on this page the Milan tram map to print and to download in PDF. The Milan trams map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the tramway of Milan in Lombardy - Italy.

Milan tramway map

Map of Milan trams

The Milan tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Milan tramways. This tramway map of Milan will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Italy second largest city and capital of the north has 1.5 million inhabitants (3 million in metropolitan area of almost 1000 km2). Milan boasts one of Europe largest conventional tramway network, which is served by three generations of tram vehicles, the oldest dating from the 1920s. Urban network length ~ 116.5 km (several sections are currently out of service, mostly due to metro construction). Interurban line ~ 11.5 km to Limbiate as its shown in Milan tram map (Desio line closed on 30-09-2011 to be upgraded and integrated into urban tram network). 1445 mm gauge. Rolling stock: class 1500 (Peter Witt/Ventotto); class 4800 (Jumbotram); class 4900; Bombardier Eurotrams; Ansaldo Sirio.

On 15 Sept 2003, a subsurface stop called Arcimboldi/Ateneo Nuovo opened on Metrotramvia 7 (which started service in Dec 2002), located next to the tram tunnel under the railway tracks. 08 Sept 2018: Line 15 extended south from Viale Romagna (Rozzano) to Rozzano Via Guido Rossa (1.6 km). The tickets for the tram (or any other means of transport in Milan) can be purchased in the metro stops, kiosks or off-licenses as its mentioned in Milan tram map.

The Milan tram network system consists of 18 lines that run until past midnight as you can see in Milan tram map. The trams in Milan have longer schedules compared to the Milan Metro and the city local buses. The trams are numbered from 1 to 33. Compared to the Milan Metro network, which was inaugurated not very long ago (in the second half of the twentieth century), the trams in Milan have been running since 1876, when they were pulled by horses. Unlike in Paris and other European cities, Milan has always kept its tram network system running.