Tracks under palm trees: a tram in Rabat, Morocco
Rabat, Morocco's capital, is a quiet and low-key city.Morocco's first modern tram system, completed in 2011, not only improves the efficiency of the city's public transport, but also perfectly connects the most valuable scenery of Rabat, becoming a new landmark here.
Simple and efficient tram system:
The tram in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, was built in 2007 and opened to traffic in May 2011.Among them, the main line runs through the new city of Rabat, across the bregregg river, and connects with the satellite city of Sara on the north bank, aiming to communicate the relationship between the old city, the new city and the satellite city.
In view of France's status as the former supra of Morocco, the trams in Rabat naturally adopt the technical system and standards of France, and alstom, who "represents the highest zheng (zheng) fu (guan) quality (xi) of French rail transit", was granted the order.At the same time, in the field of trams, Morocco has also implemented the advantages of being a late starter: full low floor, large marshalling, large capacity, reconnection operation, and advanced technologies and concepts such as semi-exclusive right of way and signal priority.From the beginning of its design and construction, Rabat's trams set high standards, comparable to those of some European countries.