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The Rabat-Salé tramway (In French: Tramway de Rabat-Salé) is a tram system in the Moroccan agglomeration of Rabat and Salé cities which was put into service on May 23, 2011 after construction since 2007.
The network for a total length of 19 km (11.8 mi) with 31 stops has two lines (1 and 2) with combined section and frequency interval 8 min in peak hours and has calculated ridership 172000 passengers per day. It is operated by Veolia 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 Gare de Rabat-Ville rail station and through specially arranged aperture in medieval city's wall. Expancion of existed lines and two more lines (3 and 4) are under creation to 2018. Since 1910s till 1930s the old steam and oil tram network existed in Rabat.