|Above: YouTubeCA video - Tramway de Nantes en 2010 - Length: 4:52 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Tram Nantes - Length: 5:32 mins.|
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|1||(François Mitterand [St. Herblain] - Tertre - Lauriers) / (Jamet) - Croix Bonneau - Gare Maritime - Commerce - Gare SNCF - Bd. de Doulon - Haluchère - Beaujoire / Ranzay|
|2||Orvault-Grand Val - Santos Dumont - Université - Saint Félix - Commerce - Mangin - Pirmil - Gare de Pont-Rousseau|
|3||Marcel Paul - Beauséjour - Rond-Point de Vannes - Commerce - Mangin - Pirmil - Trocardière - Neustrie|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Tramway: 44.3 km.
- Urban tramway (First generation): (compressed air): 13 Dec. 1879 - 1917; (electric): 1911 - 25 Jan. 1958.
- Urban tramway (Second generation): 7 Jan. 1985 - today.
- Tramway (first generation): 1435 mm.
- Tramway (second generation): 1435 mm.
- Fox, P. "French pioneer: Nantes opens northern section of Line 2", Light Rail Review 6, 1994, p.37-40.
- Pulling, N. "Systems Factfile No.114: Nantes, France", Tramways & Urban Transit, Apr. 2017 (80: 952), p.144-148.
- Simons, V. "Nantes latest tram train: Nantes moves on", Tramways & Urban Transit, June 2014 (77: 918), p.240-241.
- Ancien tramway de Nantes
- Société d'économie mixte des transports en commun de l'agglomération nantaise (SEMITAN)
- Tramway de Nantes
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