List of Town Tramway Systems

List Of Town Tramway Systems

This is a list of cities that have, or once had, town tramway (urban tramway, or streetcar) systems as part of their public transport system. Due to excessive size, the original list has been divided into separate articles, based on geographical locations.

  • Africa
  • Asia (exclusive of Japan)
    • Japan
  • Europe (exclusive of countries having separate lists)
    • Austria
    • Belgium
    • Czech Republic
    • France
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Netherlands
    • Portugal
    • Romania
    • Russia
    • Spain
    • Switzerland
    • Ukraine
    • United Kingdom
  • Central America
  • North America
    • Canada
    • United States
  • South America (exclusive of Argentina, Brazil and Chile)
    • Argentina
    • Brazil
    • Chile
  • Oceania

This page also provides references and links for all parts of the list.

Read more about List Of Town Tramway Systems:  Criteria For Inclusion, Opening and Closing Dates, Suburban Tramways, Rural Tramways and Interurbans, "Paper Tramways" and Unknown Tramways

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... Many towns planned tramways that were not built ... So-called "paper tramways" are beyond the scope of this list ... However, in a small number of cases, construction of a town tramway system was started (and, in a very few cases, completed) but the system did not open for public ...

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