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Casablanca Tramway, Morocco

The Casablanca Tramway line is the biggest of its kind in Morocco when it comes to the stations covered and line length. The first line of Casablanca Tramway opened to the public in December 2012. The King of Morocco, His Majesty Mohammed VI, officiallyinaugurated the tram service.

The 31km tram line links the south-western and eastern suburbs of Casablanca to the centre of the city, covering 48 stations along the route. It has been built at a cost of MAD5.9 billion ($745m).

The tram services are currently provided at frequencies of four minutes 45 seconds and eight minutes 30 seconds respectively during peak time and non-peak times. More lines are planned to be added in future.

Line routes

The Y-shaped Casablanca tram line one covers a number of areas including Casa Voyageurs, Central Train Station and the Main Square.

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