Brussels tram route 81
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|Montgomery – Marius Renard|
PCC 7942 in Avenue Fosney.
|System||Brussels tramway network|
|Began service||1 May 1914|
|Length||13.8 km (8.6 mi)|
|Journey time||55 minutes|
Tram route 81 in Brussels, Belgium is a tram route in the south of the city who connects the stop Marius Renard in the municipality of Anderlecht with the multimodal stop Montgomery station in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre. The route also crosses the municipalities of Saint-Gilles, Ixelles, the City of Brussels and Etterbeek. It has connections with metro stations in Saint-Guidon metro station, Brussels-South railway station (which also connects with the train), Merode station (which is also a train station) and Montgomery station. The route also crosses the major tram routes 3 and 4 at Horta.
The route was changed in the 2000s, with the former section between the Brussels-South railway station and the Heysel metro station being replaced by a section between the Brussels-South railway station and Marius Renard. The former route entered the North-South underground section right after Brussels-South at Lemonnier.
Montgomery - Merode - Sint-Pietersplein - Van Gele - De Jacht - Sint-Antoonkerk - Mouterij - Gist - Flagey - Dautzenberg - Lesbroussart - Drievuldigheid - Janson - Moris - Horta - Bareel - Willem Tell - Bethlehem - Verhaegen - Zweden - Zuidstation - Bara - Fiennes - Raad - Albert I - Kuregem - Dover - Verzet - Sint-Guido - Meir - Ysaye - van Beethoven - Frans Hals - Vivèspark - Marius Renard.