Bristol Tramways introduced electric trams into Bristol in 1895 and became the first city to have them in the UK. They began to be abandoned in 1938 but a German bomb in 1941 saw the end of trams completely. In 2001 the government backed a project proposing a supertram system that would link Bristol and South Gloucestershire, but due to financial pressures, the plan was scrapped in 2004.
Today, the transport system in Bristol is chaotic, overcrowded and slow. This is a concept for a modern solution to the problem; a resurrection of the network with a new identity.