<tr><th style="background:#ddf; white-space:nowrap;">Locale</th><td class="" style="">London, UK</td></tr><tr><th style="background:#ddf; white-space:nowrap;">Transit type</th><td class="" style="">Tram/Light rail</td></tr><tr><th style="background:#ddf; white-space:nowrap;">Began operation</th><td class="" style="">1999</td></tr><tr><th style="background:#ddf; white-space:nowrap;">Owner</th><td class="" style="">Transport for London</td></tr><tr><th style="background:#ddf; white-space:nowrap;">Operator</th><td class="" style="">Tramlink</td></tr> </table> London Trams is an arm of Transport for London, which manages the second generation of tram services within London, UK. Current and planned tram systems are:
  • Tramlink operates a three-route system in the area of South London around Croydon. An extension to Crystal Palace is currently proposed.
A scheme called City Tram has been proposed by the City of London, linking Battersea and Hackney via Elephant and Castle and The City, but does not appear in any of TfL's transport plans.

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