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updates (with some artist conceptions). Another special feature is the "print and fold" metro train you can download. Currently (late March 2002) the site has a brief overview plus construction progress photos covering both the tramway and newly built horsecars. Nice historical account from its conception in 1898, through the construction and opening in 1902, conversion to public ownership in 1946, reconstruction in 1979, and continuing operation today. Don't miss some of the winter scenes in "From Chesmenskaya Street to Novokonnaya Square "Maliy Donbasskiy Bridge and "Snowploughs at work" plus the explanation of "How does a tram turnout work" (currently in Russian only but with great diagrams). W Bydgoszczy site, not yet reviewed) In Polish. (Some features require Flash.) Oslo - Extensive official AS Oslo Sporveier site for the city's tram, metro, bus, and ferry services with Visitor's Guide (in English and German only) that provides an overview of the different services plus diagrammatic maps (by mode basic fare information. In 2015, the current route, with numerous upgrades, was chosen by the Project Team as the Recommended Preferred Alternative.
There's detailed coverage of Line 1 (project history, maps, station summary, contract status information) plus a brief overview of the proposals for Lines 2 and. (MetroMara) site for the city's new light rail system with a presentation-style overview of "the first stage of line 1" (vehicles, stations, right-of-way, plus power, communications, and control systems) using illustrations and artist conceptions (most of which are too small to view in detail). There is also an archive section covering the quarterly newsletter punningly titled nevvs plus other assorted publications and news releases. The German side of the site also includes an illustrated retrospective, an overview of workshop activities, and an events calendar plus a section on Betriebshof 3 (Depot 3 at Westendstraße) covering both its history and the plans for its use to house the museum. In Hungarian with index and some pages also in English (less extensive). The Hungarian side of the site also has sections on press releases, job opportunities, and additional articles. TA Express newsletters (with the February 2002 issue featuring an article about plans to upgrade the tram line).