Amsterdam metro map
Map Amsterdam metro. Amsterdam metro map (Netherlands) to print. Amsterdam metro map (Netherlands) to download. Until 2019, the metro system in Amsterdam used to be a combination of full metro and rapid trams (sneltram) running mainly on the surface. On the original metro line, only 3.5 km runs underground in the city centre of Amsterdam between Centraal Station and Amstel as its shown in Amsterdam metro map, with lines 51, 53 and 54 sharing tracks between Centraal Station and Spaklerweg.
Operated by GVB, Amsterdam Metro includes both underground lines and light rail system as its mentioned in Amsterdam metro map. Visitors will not find this means of transport very useful. The metro network in Amsterdam has four lines and over one hundred trains. The metro network opens every day at 6 am and closes at 12:30 am (midnight). Amsterdam Metro is particularly useful to get to the city outskirts.
Many metro routes in Amsterdam run parallel to NS mainline rail lines and cross-platform interchange is provided at Amstel, Duivendrecht (north-south), whereas Bijlmer ArenA, Sloterdijk, Lelylaan, Zuid, RAI and Diemen Zuid railway stations lie adjacent to the corresponding metro stations as its mentionedin Amsterdam metro map. In July 2018, the metro system in Amsterdam was eventually complemented with the long-planned North-South Line (Noord/Zuidlijn), while Sneltram operation south of Zuid station ceased in March 2019 leaving a "proper" metro system.
Amsterdam metro its four routes are often the fastest way to reach districts like Bijlmer, Amstelveen and Diemen. A metro in Amsterdam started operating in 1977 between the new suburb of Bijlmer and the centre of Amsterdam. Further plans were to build a new highway above the metro to connect the Central Station and city centre with other parts of Amsterdam.