I used to be in the same boat, but after riding Sheffield a number of times is just moved ahead of my local Metrolink.Chaz said:Manchester Metrolink was my choice purely for the fact it was the original and the first 2nd generation tram system in the UK. Also tis my local.
Thats what I thought when i created the poll. I actualy had m first experience of the Tyne and Wear Metro last Saturday. I really liked it. I love the pasenger seat at the front next to the cab.danannis said:No officially Tyne and Wear Metro is not a Tram link but I still think it should be added!!! Because it is a form of tram travel!:confused:
But the same could be said for the DLR, and its included in this poll!tramboy said:The T+W Metro is not in any sense of the word "tram" a form of tram travel...it's "light rail". That's the problem we have in this country...the non-distinguishment (a new word!) of tram to light rail to metro (medium rail if you will).
"Trams" will be able to share a road with other vehicles...ie permitted to run onstreet. Light rail/Metro/Medium and Heavy Rail isn't.