Our trams have been running in The Hague and the region since 1864. They are equipped with the latest technology to enable them to take passengers to their destinations quickly and comfortably. HTM trams are part of the cityscape of The Hague and are recognizable by all the city’s inhabitants and its visitors.
HTM operates three different type of trams in The Hague and the surrounding municipalities. Most of the trams have floors on street level, so that passengers can get on and off easily.
Over 275,000 passengers a day make use of our 12 tram lines.
HTM buses have been running in the city of The Hague and the local area for more than 90 years. Only buses with floors on street level are used now to take our passengers in safety and comfort to their destination..
HTM has 115 buses running on natural gas and 8 electric buses, in that way contributing to a better environment. 50,000 passengers a day make use of our 10 bus lines.
Avenio (red/grey tram)
Our Avenio urban tram was introduced in our service in 2015. These 70 new trams and the new stops have made public transport in The Hague even more attractive.
RandstadRail (white/blue trams)
Our Randstadrail trams (Citadis) was introduced in our service in 2006. These trams provide a fast and comfortable connection between The Hague and Zoetermeer.
GTL (red/beige trams)
HTM has been running the red and beige GTL trams since 1981. They are used for fast connections between The Hague, Rijswijk, Voorburg, Wateringen and Delft.
Since 2019 HTM has been operating 8 zero-emission electric buses beside 115 buses powered by natural gas with low emissions. All these buses have floors at street level, which makes them more easily accessible.
HTM has had red and white shared bikes for the last-mile connection between tram stop and destination since 2019. The HTM bikes can be rented easily by using the HTM Bike app.