Solving Bath’s Traffic
Atkins Bath Trams Report Jan 2018
Shorter Journey Times
Proposed Bath Tram Maps and Rates of Return and how trams address the rural commuters
Trams do not have to be as expensive as recent British examples
Letter from a Bathonian – how trams really are different to buses
BATH TRAMS – CAN THEY FLY?
Trams are cheaper per passenger km than buses
Trams have a much higher relative carrying or corridor capacity, cars, buses, trams
City Trams Improve & Preserve Rural Bus Services
Details of LR55 tram track
Trams – the solution to Bath’s traffic
Trams in Other Cities
History of trams, light rail
Bath Horse Trams
Trams in Bath – 1904 – 1939
Midland Metro (PDF)
46 tram systems since 2000
List of 26 WHS’s with Trams
List of 131 systems worldwide
Trams vs. Buses in Towns
Trams Reduce HGVs
Dining Around The Tram Line – Kassel
Trams Cheaper to Run Than Buses Overall
9 Tram Rate of Return May Be Sufficient for Private Capital According to Prof Lesley’s analysis.
Evidence Car Drivers will switch to Trams & not Buses – USA, UK Germany
Survey of car drivers negative attitudes towards buses
Trams can get through traffic faster than buses or cars without lane segregation due to green wave traffic light pre-emption / dynamic tram priority signalization
Trams Can Reduce HGVs Entering Bath
Tram Car Restaurant Dining and Eating as a tourist attraction
Modern Tram Operations Won’t Damage Vaults & Cellars
Why trams solve traffic congestion – but buses don’t!
Impact on bicycles/cycling – danger to cyclists / risk of getting stuck in tram tracks
CONFERENCE: 24TH November 2018 Bath
History of Trams
Bath Tram Maps and Rates of Return
History of trams closed, removal, withdrawal, closure, shut-down, in Bath and other British cities?
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