Sassari Tramway at railway station
|Number of lines||1|
|Number of stations||8|
|Operator(s)||ARST Gestione FdS|
|Number of vehicles||3 Sirio bi-directional|
|System length||4,331 km|
|Track gauge||950 mm (3 ft 1 3⁄8 in)|
The Sassari Tram-train also known as the Sassari metro-tramway (Italian: Metrotranvia di Sassari or Metropolitana leggera di Sassari) is a tram-train system in Sassari, Italy. Trams run on urban tram tracks and on the existing suburban narrow gauge railway operated by the Ferrovie della Sardegna (Railways of Sardinia).
Rolling stock 
Services over the railway section began in September 2009. This section is 1.881 km long and connects Sassari's railway station with the peripheral district of Santa Maria di Pisa, on the Sassari - Sorso railway line.
The main part of the tram-train network is today[when?] under construction or in advanced development phase. Currently is under construction is the extension of the line from Santa Maria di Pisa to Li Punti and Baldinca, and the electrification of the railway to Sorso, 10 km from Sassari.