Many cities across the globe have integrated new trams. Barcelona and its metropolitan area are not isolated cases but join the list of cities that respond to citizen's demands for a better quality of life.
Check this section periodically to find examples of cities with tram service. Examples will change.
Opened in 2007, the tram connects northwest Madrid with Pozuelo de Alarcón and Boadilla del Monte, towns that witnessed great urban growth since the turn of the century. The tramway is 22 km long with 28 stations, five of them underground.
With two lines, 14 km of track and 25 stops, the Tenerife tram began opened in 2007 to serve towns in the metropolitan area. The stops, with either central or side platforms, are all 40 m long and covered.
Named Laus, which means fast in Gaelic, this network has two lines: the Green Line and the Red Line. The tramway is a total of 24 km long and the tram has given the city a more modern appeal.
Construction began in 1997 and the new tram was opened in June 2000. It boasts a total of 35 km of track and has two lines and 59 stops. This tram connects downtown Montpellier to surrounding areas that have experienced rapid growth in recent years. The decoration of the Montpellier trams stands out: trams on line 1 are decorated with white swallows on a blue background and line 2 has a floral decoration.
The Rotterdam tramway is 67 km long with eight lines. Service is carried out on 110 one-way trams. Rotterdam’s public transport has always been based on the city’s large tram network.