TRAMS


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to TRAMS: Tramadol
AcronymDefinition
TRAMSTraining and Mentoring of Science Shops
TRAMSTransportation Automated Management System
TRAMSTraining Management Subsystem
TRAMSTrade Related Anti-Competitive Measures
References in periodicals archive ?
The new, bigger trams required the Metro's existing maintenance depot in Potters Lane, Wednesbury to be remodelled and extended in a PS14 million scheme.
A tram station instead on lower St Mary Street would not only be poorly integrated, but would displace the buses and coaches that Cardiff cannot fit in the tiny bus station.
The Welsh Government is already looking at the possibility of a PS600m "metro" for South Wales with a mix of light rail, trams, improved trains and faster buses by 2020 in Cardiff and the valleys.
Dubai: Dubai Tram, which was launched in November 2014, has some unique characteristics, making it highly competitive with other tram systems that have been around for much longer in advanced cities of the world, its operator, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), says.
Sigrid Evelyn Nikutta stated that tram system is a success story in the history of tram during his speech at the event on the occasion 150th anniversary.
Ossie was born in Stockton, which was the place to be if your love was trams - the high street was a tram paradise with trams rattling contentedly along in both directions every few minutes.
Trams, trains, busses, metros, boats give cities character and not only make them easier to navigate, but also provide material for stories, opportunities for chance meetings, and act as a great equalizer -- in a crowded tram, the corporate big shot clings on to the handrail in much the same manner as the office clerk next to him.
He specified that on a given time, seven trams will travel through both routes.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), is implementing the last traffic diversion on Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) Street, Dubai Marina, as part of the ongoing work for the Dubai Tram Project.
He said: "There were very rattly old trams and I used to sit up on the top, and they shook from side to side.
But as time rolled on, signs have gradually emerged that at least some people might learn to love the Edinburgh trams and the single line which will carry them between the airport and the city centre.
He was speaking on the sidelines of an event to mark the unveiling of a life-size mock-up of the Siemens Avenio trams.