Tram route 7 to be diverted via Aleksis Kiven katu from 11 April and trams 3 and 9 to resume their normal routes
Tram route 7 will be diverted as of 11 April. The reason for the diversion is the construction of a new tram line between Kalasatama and Pasila. The tram will run from the Sörnäinen Metro Station to the Pasila railway station via Urheilutalo and Aleksis Kiven katu. The tram will not serve the section on Mäkelänkatu. Buses will continue to serve Mäkelänkatu. Additionally, tram 1 will also continue to serve Mäkelänkatu until 12 June. Trams 3 and 9 will resume their normal routes in Kallio.
Tram route 7 will be diverted as of Monday 11 April. The reason for the diversion is a construction site related to the new tram line between Kalasatama and Pasila, which will be moved to Radanrakentajantie in Itä-Pasila.
Tram 7 will not serve Mäkelänkatu
Alternative transport links
Trams 3 and 9 to resume their normal routes
Other changes to tram services from 11 April
The timetables will change on 11 April
Changes to tram services during summer
The Kalasatama-Pasila Project
Tram 7 will serve the following route: Sörnäinen Metro Station – Helsinginkatu – Urheilutalo – Läntinen Brahenkatu – Aleksis Kiven katu – Traverssikuja – Jämsänkatu to the Pasila railway station.
The tram will not serve the section from Mäkelänkatu to Radanrakentajantie.
The tram will not serve the following stops: “Sörnäinen” (M) (in the direction of Pasila, H0313), “Lautatarhankatu” (H0331/H0332), “Vallilan kirjasto” (H0333/H0334), “Hattulantie” (H0265/H0266), “Rautalammintie” (H0267/H0268), “Mäkelänrinne” (H0269/H0270), “Uintikeskus” (H0271/H0272), “Radanrakentajantie” (H0618/H0617) and “Asemapäällikönkatu” (in the direction of the city center, H0619).
The tram will serve the following stops along its diversion route:
“Sörnäinen” (M) (in the direction of Pasila, H0314), “Helsinginkatu” (H0250/H0249), “Urheilutalo” (H0259/H0278), “Porvoonkatu” (H0261/H0262), “Sturenkatu” (H0655/H0654), “Kotkankatu” (H0657/H0656), “Pasilan konepaja” (H0659/H0658), “Jämsänkatu” (H0661/H0660) and “Asemapäällikönkatu” (H0619/H0662).
NB! Tram 7 normally serves the “Asemapäällikönkatu” (H0662) stop in the direction of the city center. The tram exceptionally serves the stop on its diversion route in the direction of Pasila.
Tram route 7 will continue to be diverted until 13 June.
Buses will continue to serve Mäkelänkatu. Additionally, tram 1 will also continue to serve Mäkelänkatu until 12 June.
In order to get from Mäkelänkatu to Pasila, change to tram 7 from a bus or tram 1 in Sörnäinen.
Bus 59 runs to Pasila along Teollisuuskatu.
The distance between the Mäkelänkatu bus and tram stops at the Helsinki Velodrome / Mäkelänrinne Swimming Centre and the Pasila railway station is approximately 700 meters.
You can find the best alternative transport links in the Journey Planner by changing the date in your search to 11 April (or after).
We are currently planning timetables for the summer. Detailed information about alternative transport links will become available once the construction of the tram line reaches its second phase from 13 June to 14 August
Trams 3 and 9 will resume their normal routes and run via Karhupuisto in Kallio as of Monday 11 April. The trams will be diverted to run via Sörnäinen from 4 April. Read more in our release.
Tram routes 1, 2 and 8 will be diverted in Töölö from 11 April. Replacement bus 8X will run between Jätkäsaari and the Opera. Read more in our release.
Timetables for all tram routes will change on Monday 11 April. The new timetables are available in the Journey Planner as well as in the printable timetables, where you can see all the different time periods and routes as a list.
Alterations will be made to the changes to the traffic arrangements on 13 June. Read more in our release from February: hsl.fi/en/tramsummer2022
The tram route network depicted on the page Route maps from 11 April to 12 June
A new tram line is being built between Kalasatama and Pasila. The new tram line will connect the existing tram, Metro and commuter train network to each other, thus improving the connections to and from the quickly expanding areas of Kalasatama and Sompasaari. Read more about the project: https://www.kalasatamastapasilaan.fi/en/ (link outside hsl.fi)