St. Petersburg has more trams than any other city in the world. Tram stops are marked with signs above the tracks (with a letter "T" on them). Tram fairs are paid in cash to a conductor, unless you have a monthly pass. Conductors normally wear special uniform (and/or red arm bands). They check whether everybody has paid and sell tickets to those who need them. Don't be surprised to see an occasional kontrolyor - inspector - who might ask you to show your ticket.

This page is out of date. For up-to-date information on St. Petersburg's tram systems, please visit http://www.saint-petersburg.com/transport/tram/



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