http://www.worldlightrail.com World Light Rail, a comprehensive insight into the Light and Urban Rail industry around the world.
Summerlee, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland - Tourist Trams
North of England, Beamish, North of England, - Tourist Trams
Great Orme, Llandudno, North Wales - Tourist Trams (Cable)
Wirral Tramway, Birkenhead, Wirral, England - Tourist Trams
Douglas Bay Tramway, Douglas Ilse of Mann - Tourist Tram (Horse)
Manx Electric Railway, Douglas, Ilse of Mann - Tourist Tram (Original Tram Vehicles)
Snaefell Mountain Railway, Snaefell, Ilse of Mann - Tourist Tram (Original Tram vehicles)
National Tram Museum, Crich, Derbyshire, England - Tourist Trams
Black Country Museum, Dudley, West Midlands, England - Tourist Trams
East Anglia Museum, Carlton Colville, East Anglia, England - Tourist Trams
Seaton Tramways, Seaton, Devon, England - Tourist Trams
Southport Pier Tramway, Southport, Merseyside England - Tourist Tram (2nd Generation Vehicle)
Volks Electric Railway, Brighton England - Tourist Tram type vehicles
Vehicle Manufacturers (Not comprehensive)
A promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and service in the railway market
Across the world, the demand for new trams and light rail systems that beat urban congestion and improve accessibility has never been greater.
The streetcar is fast, safe, environmentally friendly and economical means of transport which is making a come-back for the urban environment.
Parry People Movers Ltd (PPML) supplies lightweight tramway systems for smaller towns, and lightweight rail vehicles for use on regional railways.
Tram Power is a privately owned British Company dedicated to the design, development and promotion of light rail technology that is Safe, Efficient, Reliable and Affordable
SUSTRACO (The Sustainable Transport Company), a transport umbrella organisation based in the United Kingdom, Belgium and Hong Kong.
A 100 percent low-floor streetcar powered by e-Brid™, a propulsion technology that enables operation powered by overhead catenary or on-board lithium-ion batteries. e-BridTMcharges the batteries while running on catenary power. In battery mode, e-BridTMuses electricity stored from regenerative braking. Depending on conditions, ameriTRAM™can run on battery power for up to five miles.
The aim of TramStore21 is to ensure that the construction of tram depots - vast hangars in which to maintain and stable tramway vehicles - abides by the three aspects of sustainable development: economic, social, environmental.
The project partners are: STIB (the main public transport operator in Brussels, Belgium, and project leader), RET (public transport in Rotterdam, Netherlands), Grand Dijon, the Dijon metropolitan government (gouvernement de l'agglomération urbaine de Dijon, France), the City Council of Blackpool (United Kingdom) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Logistics and Material flux (Dortmund, Germany). Between 2008 and 2013 these partners will be cooperating and exchanging their technical expertise so as to optimising depot construction in a sustainable way.
Tom Harris MP - Site
Manchester Matters - Local news of Manchester Metrolink
Light Rail Videos
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