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Old February 4th, 2019, 08:55 PM   #201
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Old February 4th, 2019, 10:20 PM   #202
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J'espère vraiment que les autorités seront intelligentes et feront passer ces nouvelles lignes de tram en souterrain/viaduc aux croisements importants, et notamment en centre-ville. Sinon ça sera la catastrophe.

Mais vu ce qu'ils ont fait avec la T2 au croisement Fida/Med VI je n'ai aucun espoir pour les T3/T4...
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Old February 26th, 2019, 05:32 PM   #203
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LYDEC. LIGNES 3 ET 4 DU TRAMWAY: LE POINT SUR LE CHANTIER DE LA DÉVIATION DES RÉSEAUX

Engagé dans le cadre de la réalisation des lignes T3 et T4 du tramway de Casablanca, le chantier de la déviation des réseaux d’eau potable, d’assainissement liquide et d’électricité, avance comme prévu. Le point avec Mohamed Machhouri, directeur des travaux à la Lydec.



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Old March 22nd, 2019, 11:31 AM   #204
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Les travaux au niveau du Bd Mohammed VI

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Old April 9th, 2019, 06:30 PM   #205
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Tramway Casa: Les travaux de voie-ferrée des lignes T3 et T4 en octobre



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Casa Transports lance un nouvel appel d’offres dans le cadre de la mise en place des lignes T3 et T4 du tramway de Casablanca. Les détails.
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Old May 31st, 2019, 09:36 AM   #206
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Casa-Tramway: Les lignes 3 et 4 sur les rails
https://leconomiste.com/article/1045...-sur-les-rails

I hope one day L'Economiste will be able to show a correct map (inversion between BRT3 and 4)
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Old May 31st, 2019, 10:27 AM   #207
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To be honest I am not really comfortable with this T1-T4-T3 méli-mélo (tkharmiza) in the southeastern part of the city.
Is it really making sense to have such a design of tiny sections mingled with each other like that?
As we discussed one day maybe they can launch a T1 => T4 route but infortunately the tram route would be too short (as it becomes a BRT line after)
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Old June 2nd, 2019, 01:07 AM   #208
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Casa-Tramway: Les lignes 3 et 4 sur les rails
https://leconomiste.com/article/1045...-sur-les-rails

I hope one day L'Economiste will be able to show a correct map (inversion between BRT3 and 4)
J'ai amélioré un peu leur carte. C'est plus lisible pour nous maintenant (faut cliquer sur la carte pour avoir la version grande):

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Old June 8th, 2019, 07:44 PM   #209
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As we discussed one day maybe they can launch a T1 => T4 route but infortunately the tram route would be too short (as it becomes a BRT line after)
8,7 km et 15 ou 16 stations, c'est déjà une ligne d'une bonne longueur, je trouve.

Et si cette ligne "T 143" monte jusqu'au boulevard El Fida, pour donner correspondance sur la ligne T2 : 12,3 km et 21 stations

Le tramway dans cette ville russe (Iekaterinenbourg) a 29 lignes sur seulement 80 km de voies https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tramwa...Iekaterinbourg
Ca veut dire qu'à certains endroits plusieurs lignes passent forcement sur les mêmes rails (voir la carte du réseau dans l'article wikipedia)
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Old June 9th, 2019, 12:06 PM   #210
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Yes indeed.
Regarding T3 I noticed on the last GE update, that some works are ongoing in the street running alongside the port wall (Bd My Abderahman); maybe this street will accomodate the end of the T3 line so Casa Port station could be connected to the tram network.
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Old June 12th, 2019, 08:58 AM   #211
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Are there plans to connect T1 to T2 in Hay Mohammadi? That way they could easily create a line from Bernoussi to Casa Voyageurs and the city center.
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Old June 12th, 2019, 10:31 AM   #212
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I was thinking the same.
I think it could be part of a secondary scheme. We discussed a similar issue with the T1-T2 link through Agdal train station in Rabat

I am starting to reconsider the tram network or Casablanca. With some upgrades (tunnels instead of level crossings, routes multiplication, ...) maybe it could meet part of the city's needs when fully operational.
With a comprehensive and robust bus scheme + the RER, Casablanca might become an example of how a "light" transportation pattern can be successful in a big metropolis
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Let’s hope so. But too bad the RER seems to be forgotten by the local government. It’s exactly what Casablanca needs. If they can build the Almohades tunnel, the RER tunnel should be possible too.
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I am starting to reconsider the tram network or Casablanca. With some upgrades (tunnels instead of level crossings, routes multiplication, ...) maybe it could meet part of the city's needs when fully operational.
With a comprehensive and robust bus scheme + the RER, Casablanca might become an example of how a "light" transportation pattern can be successful in a big metropolis
Oui.
Il faudrait aussi quelques améliorations, pas forcément ruineuses :
- prolonger le BHNS 1 (vert foncé) de Lissasfa jusqu'à la ligne BHNS 2 (vert clair)
- prolonger le BHNS 2 vers le centre ville

- Créer un vrai BRT au centre de l'autoroute A3 / N1 (25 km et plus de 25 ponts traversants qui peuvent servir d'accès aux stations du BRT)

- prolonger le T3 et le T4 jusqu'à l'esplanade de la mosquée Hassan II (T3 par le nord de la médina - boul Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah - 2 km ), T4 par l'ouest - 2,5 km) ?
Je pense qu'il ne faut pas traverser l'esplanade, mais les deux lignes peuvent se rejoindre en passant à côté de la Foire (rues Doukalla et de Boukraa - 1,15 km)

- connecter direct T1 et T2 (400 mètres) à Hay Mohammadi pour créer une nouvelle route

- peut être relier Sidi Moumen à Sidi Bernoussi en tram (entre 3,5 km et 5,5 km selon tracé choisi) ? C'est la ligne qui passerait direct à Hay Mohammadi et arriverait à la mosquée
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