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AcronymDefinition
TRAMTransverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous (muscle)
TRAMTexas Research Administrators Group
TRAMTractor, Rubber-tired, Articulated steering, Multi-purpose
TRAMTree-Based Reliable Multicast Protocol (data transfer support)
TRAMTarget Recognition & Attack Multisensor
TRAMTransmission Security
TRAMTrademark Reporting and Monitoring
TRAMThe Rest Are Mine (cards)
TRAMThat Really Amuses Me
TRAMTransputer Random Access Memory (module)
TRAMTest Reliability and Maintainability
TRAMTechnology and Risk Assessment Meeting
TRAMTransient Multiplexer
TRAMTest, Reliability & Maintainability
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Lusail Tram will connect to Doha Metro through two interchange stations at Lusail and Legtaifiya.
Tram 11 was repainted in the old Birmingham Corporation colours in 2013 to mark the 60th anniversary of the final tram running in the city.
Thirteen Ansaldo T69 trams have been sold for [pounds sterling]12,000 via an e-auction by Transport for West Midlands but two of the 15 vehicles put up for sale have been found new homes.
Tennis fans will be able to enjoy the extra comfort of high-capacity E-Class trams which make up part of the tram fleet servicing the Australian Open.
From the standpoint of urban planning, it is essential to link the harbor with both the airport and the bus terminal, and at the same time to create an additional corridor in the city center to avoid the entire tram fleet having to move in a single corridor.
The tram service has become so ineffective that many commuters have stopped using it.
The standout figure, officials said, is that Dubai Tram has served about nine million commuters from the start of operations back in 2014 until the end of last month.
The line runs 11 miles along the coast and the trams have become as iconic as the Blackpool Tower itself.
With a capacity of 234 passengers per tram, including 60 seated, the system will transport an average of 3,000 people in each direction every hour, with 17 trains operating, some at four-minute intervals during peak times.
So conversion to light-rail for trams should be combined with electrification, at lower cost for the lower voltage DC system.
In the meantime the society is looking for volunteers to help the project which hopes to put growing pressure on transport funders to look at a tram system for South Wales.