46 Tram Systems Installed in Europe Since 2000

…that’s less than Bath’s proposal which is 40km. This list below was compiled in  2014 and has grown since then

 

CityCountryYear installedLengthNumber
Nancy France200011.11
London[note 1] United Kingdom2000282
Orléans France200029.33
Montpellier France2000564
Caen France200215.75
Porto Portugal2002706
Bucharest[note 1] Romania200207
Bordeaux France200343.98
Messina Italy20037.79
Oeiras Portugal20041.210
Nottingham United Kingdom20041411
Dublin Ireland200438.212
Southport United Kingdom20051.113
Clermont-Ferrand France200614.214
Mulhouse France200616.215
Valenciennes France200618.316
Sassari Italy20064.317
Padua Italy200710.418
Almada-Seixal Portugal200713.519
Santa Cruz de Tenerife Spain200715.120
Le Mans France200715.421
KasselGermany200718422
Seville[note 1]Spain20072.223
Madrid[note 1]Spain200727.824
ParlaSpain20078.325
NiceFrance20078.726
CagliariItaly20081227
KrakówPoland20081428
BergamoItaly200912.529
BergenNorway201013.430
Lyon[note 1]France20102231
MestreItaly20106.332
FlorenceItaly20107.633
ReimsFrance201111.234
AngersFrance201112.335
ZaragozaSpain201112.836
MurciaSpain20111837
Le HavreFrance20121338
BrestFrance201214.339
DijonFrance20121940
ToursFrance20131541
EdinburghUnited Kingdom20141442
Besançon France2014043
Athens[note 1]Greece20042744
Marseille[note 1]France200711.545
Toulouse[note 1]France20101146
Average length20

The above list does not include new tram lines in Paris, lines T3a, T3b, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8 , T11
The table “Le réseau actuel” at   https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tramway_d%27%C3%8Ele-de-France

Thanks to John Daglish for the Paris additions.