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served in the city, and additionally 1,496 buses are planned to be bought and hijacked and 664 bus stops to be built. In addition to the municipal buses that run around the city, there are also bus services to Baku International Bus Terminal, which is located near the city, to many cities in Azerbaijan as well as many cities abroad (eg Tbilisi, Tehran, Tabriz, Kars, Astrakhan, Volgograd, Moscow). Baku city buses 0.9 Baku International Bus Terminal, one of the biggest bus terminals in the world, serves around 20,000 passengers daily, domestic and international routes, and 950 daily buses depart daily. The terminal has 4 floors, and 14 escalators and 10 lifts operate. There is also a hotel with 93 beds, a car park with 700 cars, a shopping center with 800 stores, a canteen for 500 people, a bank, a health center, a post office and a VIP waiting room. The station adviser also has rest rooms for office and bus drivers. Trolley bus In 1941 the trolleybus lines were opened and began to serve in the city. In 1989, the trolleybus system had a total length of 300 km and 32 lines, including 110 km on the mains lines, and 359 trolleybuses were in service. By 1999, however, the number of lines had dropped to 5 and the number of trolleybuses dropped to 65. On June 30, 2006, the last

trolleybus services were completed and ended. All the trolleybus lines are completely disassembled. Streetcar In 1889, tramway lines were built in Baku for Baku's city transportation. But horseback trams did not meet the heavy transport needs of the capital. In 1903, City Dumas proposed to connect electric tram lines in Baku. It took 20 years to realize this proposal. However, in 1922 the Baku Soviet could carry out the project. The construction of electric tram lines started in the city. Since there was no material needed before, the rails were ordered in several factories in Russia. The first use of electric tram on February 8, 1924 in the city was opened. These tram lines are also connected to the city's train stations. In 1966, the length of tramways reached 102.5 km. Trams in Baku city center The tram, which has been serving in Baku since 1924, made its last trip in 2004 and the stations and lines were disassembled. Even if the tram lines were dismantled, it was decided to build tram lines again in Baku in 2012 and put the tram back into service. But these new tram lines will be built along the coast, not at the main intersections where formerly tram lines were located.