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|Began operation||December 10, 1910|
|Ended operation||October 20, 1970|
|Track gauge||760 mm|
The first tram commenced operations on 10 December 1910 between the city gates at (Pile) and nearby port of Gruž, and expanded throughout its life with an extension of the original line to the Dubrovnik railway station, and a second line to Lapad.
The last full day of tram service was Friday 20 March 1970. The next morning on the 21st free rides were given to all as a final farewell to the old tramcars, several of which were the originals from 1910. Large crowds, mostly of locals, took advantage of their last chance to ride the trams which ran a special service between Lapad and the railway sttaion at Gruz. At noon a straggled procession was formed of the system's 9 remaining vehicles which filed one by one into the depot which shut its gates without ceremony at 1230. That was the end of the Dubrovnik trams.
Road transport services in the city are now exclusively operated by buses. The tramways carried around 100 million passengers during its six decades of existence.
It has now been established that the closure took place on March 20th. The free rides immediately prior to closure referred to above took place from 1000 to 1200on that day, just before the farewell tram procession which ended at 1230. March 21st previously mentioned as the closure date was actually the first day with no tram service. (This additional correction sourced from the June 1971 edition of 'Modern Tramway' magazine.)