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The Casablanca tramway is the rapid transittram system in Casablanca in Morocco. The route is 30 km long, with 49 stops, and Y-shaped; further lines are planned in the future. The tram system is comparable to a metro, in terms of stops and crossings. This is, after the Rabat-Salé tramway, the second tram system in Morocco, but also the largest system in number of stations and the length of the route.
20 km length of Zone 1 and Zone 3 was constructed by Yapı Merkezi and 10 km length of Zone 2 was constructed by Colas Rail.
74 Citadis trams have been ordered from Alstom, which will provide power and signal systems.