Tram running approaches its final stages! Yesterday was a real “finisher” as I did what was left of lines 5, 13 and 17 plus big chunks of lines 3 (almost finished now!), 6, 9 and 11. This is the current status per line (italics for new segments, bold for finished lines):

  • 2: Farbhof – Tiefenbrunnen (100%)
  • 3: Albisrieden – Sihlpost, Central – Klusplatz (90%)
  • 4: Bahnhof Altstetten Nord – Tiefenbrunnen (100%)
  • 5: Zoo – Platte, Platte – Laubegg (100%)
  • 6: Zoo – Central (35%)
  • 8: Hardplatz – Klusplatz (100%)
  • 9: Irchel – ETH/Universitätsspital, ETH/Universitätsspital – Paradeplatz, Paradeplatz – Triemli (70%)
  • 11: Bahnhofstrasse/HB – HegibachplatzHegibachplatz – Rehalp (30%)
  • 13: Frankental – Sihlquai/HB, Sihlquai/HB – Paradeplatz, Paradeplatz – Albisgüetli (100%)
  • 14: Seebach – Triemli (100%)
  • 15: Bucheggplatz – Klusplatz (100%)
  • 17: Werdhölzli – Bahnhofquai/HB, Bahnhofquai/HB – Löwenplatz (100%)

Unlike my originial intention of doing Sunday’s long run along lines 10 and 12 to and from the airport, I ran along Sihl river (where no tram lines are), so these are still to be done. But there’s also a long run to be done next Sunday – perfect!

At the end stations of trams, I usually run the little loop the tracks do. When there are two lines I’m covering in the same run, I’ll run the loop twice, so I’m pretty sure some people think I must have some issues. Which, in a sense, isn’t completely wrong, but then again, I enjoy the “issues”. And the Boston Marathon won’t prepare itself, right?

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