Trams are a major form of public transportation in Zagreb, the capital and largest city of Croatia. They are crowded most of the time. Trams operate through the streets of Zagreb on a 120 km/ 74 mi long track. Most of the stock consists of 100% low-floor TMK 2200 trams.
The origins of the Zagreb tramway network can be traced back to the year 1891 when the first horse-drawn line opened in the city. Electric trams were introduced here in 1910. Today, the city has 19 (15 daytime, 4 nighttime) tram lines.
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