List of Trolleybus Routes in Bucharest

This is a list of the 19 trolleybus routes running in Bucharest, Romania, operated by the city's public transport company, RATB as of March 2007. For more information about Bucharest's trolleybus network, see Trolleybuses in Bucharest. Routes marked with use wheelchair-accessible low-floor vehicles (Irisbus Citelis) on some services.

Route Start End Wheelchair access
61 Piața Rosetti Master SA
62 Gara de Nord Liceul Industrial Auto
65 Piața Sfinții Voievozi Dridu
66 Spitalul Fundeni Vasile Pârvan
69 Valea Argeșului Baicului
70 Bd. Basarabiei Vasile Pârvan
71 Valea Argeșului Gara de Nord
73 Piața Sudului Turnu Măgurele
74 Piața Sudului Turnu Măgurele
77 Piața Reșița Piața Sudului
79 Bd. Basarabiei Gara de Nord
85 Baicului Gara de Nord
86 Dridu Stadionul Național „Lia Manoliu”
90 Stadionul Național „Lia Manoliu” Valea Ialomiței
91 Valea Ialomiței Piața Rosetti
92 Barajul Dunării Vasile Pârvan
93 Valea Ialomiței Gara de Nord
96 Depoul RATB Alexandria Gara de Nord
97 Piața Sfinții Voievozi Ștrandul Străulești

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