Grenoble Tram Network - France
The Grenoble Tramway is located in the city of Grenoble in the Rhone Alps region of France, it first introduced trams in 1894 until their eventual demise in 1952. The city has a long history associated with this mode of public transport, and it was no surprise that Genboble became the second French city to reintroduce trams in 1987. Since then the network has grown substantially in size as well as its passenger usage. A further extension to the network is due to open in late 2014.
The current tram network in Grenoble is approximately 35 kilometers (22 miles) long, and comprises four lines: A, B, C and D.
Line A was opened in 1987, line B following in 1990, line C opened in 2006 and line D opened during October 2007.
The tram fleet consists of 52 Alstom TFS Trams (numbered 2001 - 2053) and a further 50 Alstom Citadis Trams (numbered 6001-6050).