Some articles on line, santa:
... Rio de Janeiro's first tramway was a 7-kilometre (4.3 mi) horsecar line on which service was inaugurated on 30 January 1859 (testing began in 1858) ... In 1862 steam trams replaced the horsecars, making the Tijuca line the first steam-powered tramway in South America, but the higher speed and poor ... By January 1871, the line had reached Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden, 10 km from the city centre ...
... is a light rail route operated by Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) ... any plans for further extension of this line service into the Almaden Valley is provided by VTA bus route 13, which also entirely duplicates the light rail service ... On VTA maps, this line is colored orange, but VTA personnel does not call it the Orange Line, much less refer to it as the Line 900 on official documents ...
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