In the beginning of September. Gmunden, Austria in Europe got a new light rail route that replaced the tram service in the town. Gmunden with its low population number, isn’t a big town at all but the community wanted this service so badly! They fight for more than 30 years
Gmunden Austria is for sure a city that not so many knows anything about. It is a city that feels like a village because of its population just above 13000. This town in Austria is most known in the world for it’s tram route. It was one of world’s shortest
Our article about Gmunden Light Rail People Mover expansion article is one of our most popular ones ever mad. So, we follow it up. We couldn’t attend as we couldn’t find a room left in any hotel in the town. But, we report from it anyway with permission of using
If you haven’t read our interview and in-depth look at the future of Gmunden tram project. Then you should check it out, here. In September, this year. This tiny town with only 13,204 people. Is now getting rid of their shortest tram line in the world. This will happen on 1st
Right now we at Distrita like to send out a request to all out there. You tell your politicians in all cities with a higher population of 13.204 to get a tram system. Why? Gmunden and the area in Austria (Europe) is the answer. This small town Gmunden and its
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