The Washington DC tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Washington DC tramways. This tramway map of Washington DC will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Washington DC in USA. The Washington DC tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Washington DC tramway is a surface light rail and streetcar network under construction in Washington DC. The tramways will be the first to run in the District of Columbia since the dismantling of the previous tramway system in 1962. Washington DC began laying track in 2009 for two lines (see Washington DC tramway map).
The Anacostia Line of Washington DC tramway was permitted to use overhead lines, which are cheaper to install and maintain but which are prohibited within the historic city limits, because it is outside the old City of Washington as its mentioned in Washington DC tramway map. Three such cars were ordered in 2005 from DPO-Inekon (now known as Inekon Tramways).
A unique way to get from Union Station to Washington DC H Street corridor restaurant and bars would be the Washington DC tramway. The Washington DC tramway began service along H Street/Benning Road in February 2016, and for now, it is free to ride. Pick the tramway up from Union Station by exiting the parking structure or hop on at one of the stops along the H Street route as you can see in Washington DC tramway map.