A low cost operational method which will enable a tramway to be built without major moving of utilities at the time of construction. Utilities can then be accessed when needed construction A simple (Kletterwich) cross over can be manufactured in a workshop locally. Used for the replacement of a major sewer in the main thoroughfare in Oostende. Service to the tram passengers was maintained With suitably signage and diversion this method can be used in the UK
Why choose Light Rail?
What is Light Rail & Trams today?
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.
Light rail systems have proven track record
Growing the public transport market
Creating modal shift in some cases 32%
Supporting regeneration , renewal and inward regeneration
Assisting in the creation off a new urban framework
An extremely green mode of transport
Will drastically reduce the nations carbon footprint