By Francois Murphy PARIS, Dec 29 (Reuters) - The new tram running along the southern edge of Paris offers a glimpse of City Hall's plans for the future. Its sleek carriages roll smoothly along a grassy strip built especially in the middle of the boulevard, squeezing what used to be six lanes of traffic into two narrow ones on either side. The tram, which opened earlier this month, is a key project of Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe, a Socialist, and his Green deputy in charge of transport ...
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