|The Lines that Glasgow Metro Forgot?||This proposal for an East-West Line 1 and a West-East Line 2, apparently omitted from the Glasgow Metro Plan, will address these issues using the latest in Light Rail development (2023), for Very Light Rail (VLR), vehicles, to bring down construction and operating costs, strengthen the home Hydrogen market which is needed for a successful export base and relieve significant transport poverty along the two routes, improve air quality and bring connectivity of 1.8 million passenger journeys per annum with these two routes alone at a significantly less cost to build than the equivalent road||Hydrogen Trams|
|Aberdeen harbour Connector Flyer Nov 2023||Direct access to the City Centre (Union Square). Link to the Railway Station and Bus Station. Frequent and flexible Service. Additional timings for Cruise Liner’s arrivals and departures, A clean and Green Gateway, Tourist and City Tramcars, No Road/Tyre/Brake Particulates (NEE), (A genuine zero emission vehicle). No pollution at Point of Use||Hydrogen Trams|
For public transport to become a force in dealing with urban congestion, carbon reduction, improving air quality and to be an attractive alternative to the car, it must be built quickly and operate affordably.
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