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A tram is a rail-based public transport system, or the type of vehicle used on such a system, which runs primarily on streets (also known as a tramcar, trolley or streetcar); also used in mining.
Tram (or trams) may also mean:
- Light rail vehicles or systems which incorporate street running
- Aerial tramway
- Trackless train, sometimes called parking lot trams or just "trams"
- Tramcar (Wildwood), a vehicle on the Boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey
- Transit Museum Society (TRAMS), an organization located in Vancouver, Canada
- Tram (film) - a short animated film by Michaela Pavlátová
- Caesura - a musical symbol commonly known as "tram-lines" in the United Kingdom.
- T.R.A.M. - a musical supergroup formed from members of Animals as Leaders and Suicidal Tendencies
The acronym TRAM may stand for:
- Teatr RAbochey Molodyozhi, the Russian acronym for Leningrad Workers' Youth Theatre
- Texture Memory, a computer storage acronym when implemented using RAM
- TRAM (genetic), genetic systems that have the features of non-Mendelian inheritance, Turnover, Redundancy And Modularity
- TRAM flap, Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous flap, a technique employed in surgical breast reconstruction
- TRAnsputer Module
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