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Autofreier Sonntag Hamburg
Hamburg

The bus and  metro company of Hamburg (HHA) borrowed from the tram company of Bremen (BSAG)  their latest tram model. This was shown  during the 2010 "autofreier Sonntag" (Car free  sunday). Hamburg will introduce these kind of trams on a new 50km network which will be build in the next  years.

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