You can find on this page the Shanghai tram map to print and to download in PDF. The Shanghai trams map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the tramway of Shanghai in China.
The Shanghai tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Shanghai tramways. This tramway map of Shanghai will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Shanghai in China. The Shanghai tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Zhangjiang Tramway is a tramway line undergoing construction in Shanghai, it adopts the Translohr, one type of Guided Bus manufactured by Lohr Industrie. It planned open at December 2008, but as the brochure of Lohr, it now will open on July 1st 2009. The whole plan of Zhangjiang Tramway is running from Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Station of Shanghai Metro Line 2 to Heqing Town as you can see in Shanghai tramway map.
The 10-km-long 1st phase of Shanghai tramway, start from Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Station, end at Jinqiu Road is under construction as its shown in Shanghai tramway map, it will have 15 stops, include two stops which can change to Shanghai Metro Line 2, one is Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Station, the current terminal of Shanghai Metro Line 2, the other is Jinke Road, one stop at the east extension of Shanghai Metro Line 2。
A new 'tramway' opened in 2010 at Zhangjiang, east of the main city centre. It is a French 'Translohr' system which is essentially a rail-guided (central single rail) rubber-tyred bus or trolleybus with overhead current collection but has the outward appearance of a modern articulated tram. However, the old Shanghai tramway has not completely disappeared. A circular line, with two replica "old trams" built by the Dalian Tramways Co. in 1998, can be found and visited at the Shanghai Film Park in the Chedun Town district as its mentioned in Shanghai tramway map.