Since 2000 46 tram systems have been installed in Europe with an average length of 20km

…that’s less than Bath’s proposal which is 40km.

 

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