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TRAM

(trăm)
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Thirteen Ansaldo T69 trams have been sold for PS12,000 via an e-auction by Transport for West Midlands.
Coun Roger Lawrence, lead member for transport with the West Midlands Combined Authority, said: "After many years of service, it's sad the T69 trams are headed for the breaker's yard but in the absence of any buyers for them as a going concern this represents the best return for the council tax payer.
Under the optimistic scenario, the tram line to the passenger harbor can be completed in 2020, spokespeople for the city government have said.
Tram Ramleh stops at most of Alexandria's prominent districts such as Loran, Zizinia, Gianaklis, Blockley and San Stefano, most of which are named after prominent foreign residents who once called the city home.
The Dubai Tram has achieved extremely high performance indicators with the on-time arrivals clocking 96.
In 2012, a fleet of modern trams replaced the old ones.
And with the trams having the potential to be one of the most energy-efficient forms of public transport, the ground-breaking system will fulfil our ultimate goal of transforming our development, Education City into a smart city," Muhannadi added.
Lifted by tractor from its resting place of so many years in a field above Brynamman, the tram was loaded onto a trailer and towed to AVRS headquarters at Enterprise House in Llansamlett, where it will be restored to its former glory.
Scan your Nol card or ticket before and after using the tram to avoid getting fined
However, industry standards require tram-trains to show greater crashworthiness than conventional trams.
Ossie was born in Stockton, which was the place to be if your love was trams - the high street was a tram paradise with trams rattling contentedly along in both directions every few minutes.