Modern trams for Bath...

City residents are crying out for green solutions to tackle traffic congestion.

Trams can be all things to all people…

From today’s ultramodern air-conditioned luxury urban transportation, moving business people and shoppers around, in and out of the city..

To modern-retro vintage style trams that evoke an air of nostalgia, and hearken back to a previous century… Such trams are a popular tourist attraction, providing easy transit to and from the historic features of an old city.

In tandem with a primary transportation role, tram restaurants can also be incorporated as a wonderful dining experience, traversing the city sights whilst enjoying fine local cuisine.

Trams can provide a tangible link from past to present....

Electric powered, quiet, elegant and comfortable....

Latest Posts

Bath Tram Conference Papers – 24th Nov 2018

Bath’s MP Wera Hobhouse and Bath Trams held a conference on the re-introduction of Trams for Bath as a solution to the traffic congestion and associated pollution issues in the city. Trams can be a stimulus to Bath’s economy by facilitating movement into and within the city. This will benefit those who live and work […]

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Difficulties and problems encountered with Bus Rapid Transit in the UK

(Note Bath Trams fully supports buses for lower density routes, but believes for high density routes, both within Bath and connection Bath to Bristol and other centers steel wheeled trams are far superior) Dear Bath Chronicle, I attended the recent full day Bath Tram conference and the prominence to which you gave Sir Peter Hendy’s essentially […]

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Recent Bath Chronicle Articles and Letters on Trams

    Words to above letter: Dear Editor, Last week’s letters appeared luke warm towards trams reducing Bath’s chronic traffic congestion and toxic pollution. In the absence of any practical alternative the correspondents presumably favour more of the same; polluting buses and congesting cars ? Bath station is already at capacity and does not cater […]

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