| 120,000 (weekday)|
| 41.6 million (2015)|
29,500 mm (96 ft 9 in)
| Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality|
Bombardier Flexity Outlook (33 vehicles)
EsTram (Eskişehir Tramvay) is a tram system in Eskişehir, Turkey. Construction of Estram began in August 2002 and it became operational in December 2004. Operation started with total length of 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) (double track) and operates on two main lines, Otogar-SSK and Opera-Osmangazi University. The Estram network is designed to carry passengers at a top speed of 50 km/h (31 mph) in mixed traffic. Rolling stock is Bombardier Flexity Outlook low-floor articulated light-rail trams.
Owner : Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality - EsTram Light Rail Transport Company
2014 saw the network expanded with four extensions, today service comprising seven routes. Newly added lines are : Emek-71 Evler, Batıkent-SSK (ring), Çamlıca-SSK (ring), Çankaya-Osmangazi University (ring)