Tramstore21: the use of peer reviews in building more sustainable and efficient tram depots

15 December 2010  •  Author(s): Raphael du Cheyron Calvelli, Coordinator, Tramstore 21 and Niall Dolan, Industry Freelancer

TramStore21 is a European cooperation project that aims to improve transport efficiency and the urban integration of tram depots (stabling and maintenance infrastructures). Its main areas are: the urban integration of depots, technical cooperation between operators and contribution to the public transport community. The core participants of TramStore21 are STIB (Brussels public transport operator), RET (Rotterdam public transport operator, the Netherlands), Grand Dijon (Metropolitan Area Authority, France), the Blackpool Council (United Kingdom), and the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flows and Logistics (Dortmund, Germany) as a scientific partner.

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