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The name of the article should be changed. The official name of the city is "Mülheim an der Ruhr" (because there is more than one city called Mülheim in Germany). "An der Ruhr" is not only a further explanation, but it is a part of the official name. The shorter name "Mülheim" may be common for German speakers, but it is actually incorrect (or rather incomplete).
I didn't realise that the Gemeindeschlüssel field worked in the English infobox. Thanks Plasticspork for fixing this. I had tried it before, but it didn't work. Maybe the position of it was wrong when I tried it. Should we delete the other, now redundant, population statistics fields in the infobox ? Traduttorello (talk) 23:26, 20 May 2010 (UTC)
^"Mulheim places order for more Bombardier trams". Global Rail News. 2013-12-12. Retrieved 2013-12-13. The new batch of three-car, bi-directional trams will complement five vehicles already being built by Bombardier for MVG after it exercised an option on an order for 27 trams placed by the Essen transport authority (EVAG), which alongside MVG and the Duisburg transport authority (DVG) make up the Via Transport Company.