|Locale||Rabat and Salé,|
|Number of lines||2|
|Number of stations||31|
|Began operation||23 May 2011|
|System length||19.5 km (12.1 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
The network is 19.5 km (12.1 mi) long with 31 stops has two lines (1 and 2) with combined section and frequency interval 8 min in peak hours and has calculated ridership 172,000 passengers per day. It is operated by Transdev with Alstom Citadis articulated modern trams consisted of two 5-pieces parts. Lines uses special new Hassan II bridge over the Bou Regreg and passes near Rabat-Ville station and through specially arranged aperture in medieval city's wall. Expansion of existing lines and two more lines (3 and 4) are under construction with opening scheduled for 2019 or 2020.[needs update] It is operated under contract by Transdev.
From the 1910s to 1930s an old steam and oil tram network existed in Rabat.
- T1: exists and under extension.
- T2: exists and under extension.
- T3: in construction. (Opening 2019/2020)
- T4: in construction. (Opening: 2019/2020)
- "Royal Launch for Morocco's First Step Into 'Modern' Age" Tramways & Urban Transit July 2011 page 248
- Urban rail news in brief Railway Gazette International 7 October 2010
- Rabat-Salé Tramway Railway Technology
- Rabat-Sale tram network launched Railway Gazette International 23 May 2011
- Rabat tram extensions approved Metro Report International 16 January 2017
- Tram testing starts in Rabat-Salé Railway Gazette International 6 April 2010
- Alstom to supply more LTVs to Rabat International Railway Journal 26 October 2017
Media related to Trams in Rabat at Wikimedia Commons
- Official website (in French)