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Other cities have put together tram networks, not just a line, a network, and they are the ambitious ones.
Along with extending the metro and tram network in Dubai, the emirate's bus and water transport network will undergo a face-lift to draw in more passengers.
The plans follow a report prepared by a Welsh Assembly Enterprise and Learning committee supporting the creation of tram networks in various parts of Wales.
The new 100% low-floor trams will be put in service on the new tram network of Marseille that will open at the beginning of 2007.
A extended and upgraded Route 10 of the Lodz tram network was opened on 31st October.
The world's first tram network with platform screen doors will operate with 11 stations, while six more stations will come up in the next stage.
The entire tram network will include 17 stations, with seven stations expected to be completed in the next phase.
PC Stuart Williamson said: "Although extremely rare on the tram network, behaviour such as this is completely unacceptable.
Funding for the projects was approved by the Executive Council earlier this week - and the new 131km Metro and tram network is expected to be up and running by 2016-17.
It is the oldest surviving vehicle to have operated in Birmingham's illustrious tram network.
Council leader Jenny Dawe said: "We have a world-class facility from which to run the tram network.
Consequently, there is no requirement for an extremely expensive tram network that will only duplicate what is already in place.