Tram Review is an unprofessional attempt at classifying tram systems around the world.
Why would this be an issue? Ever looked at the wide spectrum of trams? You might notice how they’re either branded as “tram”, “light rail” or in some cases even “metro”… some cities even have two distinct systems! Tram Review aims to take a look at various tram systems and clarify the boundaries between different kinds of tram service.
Now, how will you classify all of those trams? This might be complicated… and to keep consistency we have written a set of guidelines for tram reviewing, the main types of tram service will be categorized and available for you to view.
Oh, and since you’re here, check these out:
This is a list of a few other creators whom we think you should check out, these are not adverts and are entirely our own.
- Liftblog: This large blog and database about ski lifts are the most you could ask for in that area, recommend if you enjoy this kind of machinery.
- Miles In Transit: This is a personal blog of Miles, who reviews buses/trains around Massachusetts and Philly. The sophisticated yet approachable review format is something we aim to achieve.
- RMTransit: This is a Canadian YT channel dedicated to transit. The way Reece hits all the points while keeping it simple was a major source of inspiration for this blog.
- Transitmap.net: This is a giant blog is about the graphic design subgenre of transit maps, you can’t not browse around it for hours.