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Tramwaje Wrocław. Linia 23 Nowy Dwór(P+R)

Kowale./Traveling the entire route of line 23 in Wroclaw

EN: A ride along the entire route of tram line 23 in Wrocław between Nowy Dwór (P+R) and Kowale. The line runs on the newest section of track built in Wrocław. The opening of the line took place on 3.09.2023. Together with the new routes in Kraków and Toruń, it is now the newest tramway line in Poland. Around 7 km of new track running along Robotnicza - Strzegomska - Rogowska streets to the terminus at Wrocław Nowy Dwór railway station and 12 new stops were put into service. Trams of lines 13 and 23 run on the new section of track. line 23 has a route of about 15.5 km on which there are 35 stops. The route travels on schedule in approximately 53 minutes. I have included more information in the subtitles displayed in the video (active after clicking on the bar at the bottom of the video). Wrocław is the third most populous city in Poland (674,000 inhabitants). Electric trams were launched here in 1893. It is one of 15 cities in Poland with its own tram network. It consists of 22 permanent tram lines running during the day. The length of the Wrocław tram network is around 100 km.

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