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TraMS

Abbreviation for:
Training Messaging Service, see there
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The tram route to the Old City Harbor, the passenger harbor of Tallinn, is expected to run along the Maneezi, Laikmaa, Hobujaama and Paadi streets, and would be linked up to the Kopli tram line via Laeva Street, either at the intersection Ahtri Street and Mere Boulevard, or via a passage around the Admiralty Inlet to Kai Street, and from there on along Kai Street to Pohja Boulevard, the architect said.
She added: "Among the key factors underlying the closure of these turns is offering a chance for motorists to acquaint themselves with the movement of the tram in this area, and maintain the safety of tram riders as well as all road users.
The first tram rattled down the track on 29 September 1885, making it one of the oldest electric tramways in the world.
Siemens' systems enable the trams to recharge at each station, and operate without overhead power lines.
In the meantime the society is looking for volunteers to help the project which hopes to put growing pressure on transport funders to look at a tram system for South Wales.
To close the gap, tram-train married existing tram tracks to suburban railways in 1992.
"I used to lie awake at night and listen to the trams rattling their way round The Crescent, about a quarter of a mile away.
Mudharreb said: "People are not required to check-in or check-out of the tram. There will be no additional charges for change in routes and no change in operational timings of the tramline as well."
"The tram aims to improve the mobility within Dubai in general and areas of tourist & economic importance served by the tramway in particular.
Watch Sheikh Mohammed and Sheikh Hamdan take a ride on Dubai Tram
He said: "There were very rattly old trams and I used to sit up on the top, and they shook from side to side.