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By & Land:  Amsterdam, Nederlandene
Selskab:  Gemeente Vervoerbedrijf Amsterdam - GVBA
Oprettet: 1897
Sporvidde i mm:  1435
Lukket: - fortsat i drift

 

GVB Amsterdam - historie 1900 - 2000:

Amsterdam's municipal transport service was officially founded on January 1st 1900. On that date a number of private companies were taken over by the City of Amsterdam and merged to form a municipal corporation.

To accelerate electrification of the tram network and improve the working conditions of tram crews, the City also took over the Amsterdam Omnibus Company. The new corporation was named Gemeentetram ("Municipal Tram Corporation").

In 1943 the municipal tram and ferry services were merged. The combined organisation was called Gemeentevervoerbedrijf (GVB), or Municipal Transport Corporation. Since 2002 it has been officially known by its initials GVB.

GVB milestones in over a century

  • 1897: First municipal ferry services run on 1 January.
  • 1900: Gemeentetram corporation is founded on 1 January. The first electric tram runs on 14 August.
  • 1908: Bus services begin.
  • 1916: Electrification of the Amsterdam tram network is completed.
  • 1941: On 25 February tram workers strike in protest at the round-ups of Jews by German occupation forces.
  • 1943: The municipal tram and ferry services are merged to form the municipal transport corporation Gemeentevervoerbedrijf (GVB).
  • 1950: GVB takes delivery of its 1000th tram.
  • 1966: Introduction of the standard city bus.
  • 1969: GVB launches a night-bus network with eight routes.
  • 1970: The current GVB logo appears for the first time. Conductors are withdrawn from trams and replaced with stamping machines.
  • 1977: The first metro trains run on the routes Weesperplein-Gaasperplas and Weesperplein-Holendrecht.
  • 1980: The "strippenkaart" national fares system of zones, strip tickets and season tickets is introduced.
  • 1990: The light-rail link to Amstelveen enters service.
  • 1991: Reintroduction of tram conductors begins.
  • 1994: Stadsmobiel, the transport service for the elderly and the disabled, is launched.
  • 1997: On 1 June the Ring Line 50 metro link opens between Isolatorweg and Gein.
  • 2000: GVB celebrates its centenary.


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Amsterdam's sporvognslinier:

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Lineføring:

Linie 1. Centraal Station - Osdorp, De Aker.

 

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Linie 2. Centraal Station - Nieuw Sloten.

 

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Linie 3. Zoutkeetsgracht - Muiderpoortstation.

 

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Linie 4. Centraal Station - Station R.A.I.

 

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Linie 5. Centraal Station - Amstelveen, Binnenhof.

 

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Linie 6. Plantage Parklaan - VU Medisch Centrum.

 

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Linie 7. Flevopark - Sloterpark (Bad).

 

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Linie 9. Centraal Station - Diemen, Sniep.

 

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Linie 10. Azartplein - Van Hallstraat.

 

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Linie 11. Centraal Station - Station R.A.I.

 

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Linie 12. Amstelstation - Station Sloterdijk.

 

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Linie 13. Centraal Station - Geuzenveld.

 

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Linie 14. Flevopark - Sloterpark (Bad).

 

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Linie 16. Pass.Terminal Amsterdam - VU Medisch Center.

 

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Linie 17. Centraal Station - Osdorp, Dijkgraafpl.

 

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Linie 24. Centraal Station - Stadionplein.

 

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Linie 25. Centraal Station - President Kennedylaan.

 

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Linie 26. Centraal Station - Ijburg.

 

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Linie 51. Centraal Station - Amstelveen, Westdijk.

 

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GVBA 772, CS, 29. maj 1976 GVBA 681, CS, 29. maj 1976 GVBA 745, Station MP, 29. maj 1976GVBA 748, Muntplein, 29. maj 1976 GVBA 739, Mercatorplein, 28. maj 1976 GVBA 740, Mercatorplein, 28. maj 1976GVBA 602, Amstel, 29. maj 1976 GVBA 711, 28. maj 1976 GVBA 627, Geuzenveld, 28. maj 1976GVBA 672, Rozengracht, 28. maj 1976 GVBA 771, Damrak, 29. maj 1976 GVBA 775, CS, 29. maj 1976

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