|Above: YouTubeCA video - Tramway de Besançon (1) - Length: 18:41 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Tramway de Besançon (2) - Length: 18:51 mins.|
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|1||Hauts-du-Chazal - Micropolis - Rosemont - Chamars - République - Parc Micaud - Brûlefoin - Schweitzer - Lilas - Chalezeule|
|2||Hauts-du-Chazal - Micropolis - Rosemont - Chamars - République - Parc Micaud - Gare Viotte (Besançon Station)|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Tramway: 14.5 km.
- Urban tramway (First generation, electric): 6 May 1896 - 24 Dec. 1952.
- Urban tramway (Second generation): 30 Aug. 2014 - today.
- Funicular (Funiculaire de Beauregard-Bregille): 24 Nov. 1912 - 12 March 1987
- Tramway (first generation): 1000 mm.
- Tramway (second generation): 1435 mm.
- Funicular (Funiculaire de Beauregard-Bregille): 1050 mm.
- Pulling, N. "Systems Factfile No.107: Besançon, France", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2016 (79: 945), p.352-356.
- Ancien tramway de Besançon
- Funiculaire de Bregille
- Tramway de Besançon
- Transports en commun de Besançon)
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