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The Venice Tramway (Italian: Tranvia di Venezia) is a rubber-tired tramway (or guided bus) system forming part of the public transport system in Venice, Favaro Veneto, Mestre and Marghera, three boroughs of the city and comune of Venice, northeast Italy.

Venice Tramway
Tram Translohr in direzione Venezia.jpg
LocaleVenice, Veneto, Italy
Transit typeTranslohr
Number of lines2
Track gaugeNone, central guide rail
System map

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Since 2015, the tramway is connected to Piazzale Roma (the main bus station) in Venice.

The tramway uses Translohr rubber-tyred trams.



Trams returned to Mestre on 20 December 2010. Mestre's earlier urban and suburban tramway network had been disposed of more than half a century earlier, following the closure of its last line in 1941.

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  • Brignole, Claudio; Schwandl, Robert (2010). Metros in Italien / Metros in Italy: Metropolitana, Tram, Ferrovia Urbana. U-Bahnen in Europa series, Band 8. Berlin: Robert Schwandl Verlag. ISBN 9783936573220. (in German) (in English)

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