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Question 1: Many smaller cities, such as ________, are considering development of new light rail transit lines.
BramptonMississaugaGreater Toronto AreaToronto

Question 2: In the last chapter the novel's hero ________ and his friend Gottfried von Vittlar steal a tram late at night from outside Unterrath depot on the northern edge of Düsseldorf.
The Tin DrumGermanyGünter GrassCat and Mouse (novella)

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Old tram in Kiev, Ukraine
  A heritage H-Class model (foreground) and modern Flexity tram (background) in Glenelg, Adelaide
  Puerto Madero Tramway in Buenos Aires
  Sarajevo

Question 4: In Australasia, trams are used extensively only in Melbourne, and to a lesser extent, ________, all other major cities having largely dismantled their networks by the 1970s.
SydneySouth AustraliaDarwin, Northern TerritoryAdelaide

Question 5: Light rail vehicles are often heavier per passenger carried than heavy rail and ________ cars, as they are designed with higher durability (which means more mass) to survive collisions.
Maglev (transport)Rubber-tyred metroPassenger rail terminologyMonorail

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Trams in Alexandria, Egypt (since 1860)
  Puerto Madero Tramway in Buenos Aires
  Horse drawn trams in Calcutta (now Kolkata), India—Life size model at City Centre arcade

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Fully restored 1920 Toronto streetcar
  Horse drawn trams in Calcutta (now Kolkata), India—Life size model at City Centre arcade
  Tramway de Grenoble, Grenoble, France.
  Old tram in Kiev, Ukraine

Question 8: Electric trams probably ran in Budapest from 1887 while Bucharest and ________.
SmederevoZemunBelgradeNovi Sad

Question 9: One of the earliest literary references to trams occurs on the second page of ________'s novel The Europeans:
New York EditionEnglish literatureHenry JamesThe Ambassadors

Question 10: The second city to operate cable trams was ________ in New Zealand, from 1881 to 1957.
DunedinChristchurchHamilton, New ZealandAuckland
















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