tramway


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tramway

[′tram‚wā]
(mechanical engineering)
An overhead rail, rope, or cable on which wheeled cars run to convey a load.
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The crash caused the wagon to derail for 15 meters."A car driver, driving at a very fast pace, lost control of his vehicle for unknown reasons and came crashing into a tramway of the T2 line at Ain Sebaa prefecture," says the release issued by RATP Dev.
They seemed to be very vague as to the time this tramway was to be opened or how it is to be funded.
Il y'a plus de deux semaines que la 2 e ligne de tramway a ete inauguree.
"Following extensive refurbishment the tramway, which involved a full remodelling of the tramway's operating systems, the tramway re-opened on August 16, 2018.
Turn left following the line of the old Haytor Granite Tramway with the road on your left.
He said: "Tram 16 was one of a batch of 25 built by G F Milnes & Co in 1900 for the start of electric tramways in February 1901.
Le Pdg a pr[euro]u[c]cis[euro]u[c] aussi que le projet dae1/4aoextension du tramway de Constantine, de Zouaghi [euro]u Ali Mendjelli sur une distance de 11 km sera mis en en exploitation en mars 2019.
Famous nostalgic tramway, runs on the ystiklal Street, took the road for the victims of terror and condemned the latest terror attacks.
Tramcar 245, a 70-seater streamliner, won the accolade months after it returned to service on Wirral's heritage tramway between Woodside Ferry and the Transport Museum at Taylor Street, Birkenhead.
COUNCIL officials have joined forces with police to remind drivers to take notice of warning signs around a tramway.
Alstom has launched at UTIP 2015 in Milan the Attractis, an innovative integrated tramway system for growing cities that is simpler to operate and cost-effective.