The tram is a punctual and comfortable way to travel
The construction of the tramway to Tampere began at the beginning of 2017. The service was launched in August 2021 and the trams are already in heavy use. Line 1 runs from Kauppi (Tays Central Hospital) and line 3 from Hervanta via railway station to the center of Tampere.
The track is currently being extended west. A new section of track from Pyynikintori to Santalahti will be available in 2023. In 2024, the tram will run as far as Lentävänniemi.
The tram is part of Nysse's public transport system. Trips are paid for with Nysse tickets, and the same travel instructions for example prams, aids and vehicles apply to both trams and buses. You can find timetables on Nysse's timetable services and ask advice on traveling from Nysse's customer service.
The design of the tram system, the procurement of equipment, traffic and the construction and maintenance of the track are handled using an alliance model of Tampere Tramway. The alliance includes Tampereen Raitiotie Oy, Raitiotieallianssi (construction), Liikennöintialliassi (traffic), Kunnossapitoallianssi (maintenance) and the City of Tampere.
Welcome to renew the lines of the western service area
The Nysse lines was renewed in 2021, when the tram began its service. As the track expands in the next few years from Pyynikintori to Santalahti and Lentävänniemi, it is time to design the western bus and tram lines as a compatible entity. Be an expert in your area and help us make the best possible public transportation service in the West.
The tram schedules can be found in Nysse Journey Planner and timetables. The trams run most of the day about 7 minutes apart. Line 3 operates at night every 30 minutes.
Line 1: Kaupin kampus - Tays - Hippos - Kalevan kirkko - Sammonaukio - Tulli - Rautatieasema - Koskipuisto - Sorin aukio
- Service hours are on weekdays from 5 am to 10 pm, on Saturdays from 7 am to 10 pm and on Sundays from 9 am to 10 pm.
- Connections at Kaupin kampus: buses 16 Irjala/Hakametsä, 17 Vehmainen, 18 Atala and 41 Kangasala
Line 3: Hervantajärvi - Etelä-Hervanta - Hervannan kampus - Hervantakeskus - Opiskelija - Pohjois-Hervanta - Hallila - Turtola - Hakametsä - Kalevanrinne - Uintikeskus - Kaleva - Sammonkatu - Tulli - Rautatieasema - Koskipuisto - Keskustori - Tuulensuu - Pyynikintori
- Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m.
- on Fridays and Saturdays at 4 a.m. to 3 a.m.
- on Sundays at 4 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Confirm the validity of your ticket each time you travel
The tram uses the Nysse payment system, which means that you can use the same tickets on the tracks as well as on the bus. There are several payment methods available to you: contactless payment, travel card, mobile ticket and advance ticket.
The ticket device can be found at the central door of the tram. An inspection fee of € 80 can be charged for a passenger without a confirmed ticket or travel right.
The tram is accessible
Get on board primarily from the central doors of where the ticket device is located. The stops are built at street level, so it is easy to get in and out with aids as well.
The ride is smooth, but there may be sudden movements as the tram leaves from the stop. You can get support from the bars or loops hanging from the ceiling. A place or seat for a special group is polite to give to those who need it more.
Wheelchair and rollator users and those traveling with prams are allowed to travel free of charge. Pets are also welcome. There is a place for bicycle in the tram, but you have to buy a single ticket for it if the cyclist is 7 years old or older.
Tram replacement service
The tram service may be interrupted due to, for example, track damage or a technical fault. If the tram disturbance is estimated to last for more than 2 hours, buses 5, 7 and 18 may start a replacement service. If needed, a separate bus line 3R can be taken in use.
Replacement buses stop at the bus stops on the route, not at the tram stops. Bus stops for replacement traffic are marked with a red sign.