How is a Tram capital measured,No of trams,headways or route milage?
I dont think Melb would go too well on headways or the Tram fleet
On 12/06/2022 8:07 pm,noelmel@... wrote:
> Very debatable.
> Two or three cities I have been to on my travels would be up there, Prague and Vienna with Budapest a maybe.
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> It's official - Melbourne is the Tram Capital of the world.
> Yesterday took me through the Elizabeth St tram terminus for the umpteenth time, but it was the first time I have noticed a plaque in the pavement of the Sir Robert Risson Tram Terminus.
> It made the official (as in announced by Victoria's then Minister for Public Transport) statement that Melbourne is the Tram Capital of the world.
> So that's settled.
> Mal Rowe - expecting a dissenting view from al least one TDU member mentioning Prague
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