https://www.applrguk.co.uk/media/files/L-R-Applrg-Oslo-Effect-2-https://www.applrguk.co.uk/media/files/L-R-Applrg-Oslo-Effect-2-v12pv12pdf See also: https://bathtrams.uk/oslo-effect-comparative-non-tailpipe-emissions-from-various-forms-of-transport/
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Dear Mr. Harkins, I have been talking to my contact in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Yes it is now accepted. The one time flagship project of busway enthusiasts is now a failed system, being considered for redevelopment. There is an obvious opportunity for MT line 1 to be converted to a tramway, […]
Dear Fausto: Here I send you some links with information regarding your question. In the case of Barcelona you can find out about our Tram system in https://www.tram.cat/who-are-we In this website, Public Transportation: What is the cost benefit of trams over buses? (https://www.quora.com/Public-Transportation-What-is-the-cost-benefit-of-trams-over-buses) you can find a short discussion of the topic and a lot of related […]
Because they have a narrow fixed path, they can pass closer to people and buildings and narrow spaces
You dont get this with even 400 space trams because they have multiple large doors, no stairs and can afford to be more frequency. Dropping trams in favour of cars is why whenever this happened in UK there was an intermediate 1/3 drop in patronage and a decline of several percent per year since.
Dear Katie, ( email@example.com) I liked your today’s Guardian supplement MY GREEN POD but disappointed by the uncritical praise for electric cars and the assumption that somehow they are going to help us solve the problem of pollution and carbon emissions. Apart from environmental issues, electric cars just mean carrying on ruining our cities with […]
Note – WECA The West of England Combined Authority, has agreed to spend £1.5m investigating optimum approach including trams for a Mass Rapid Transit system from Bath to Bristol, and a further £450m specifically looking a tthe trams option for Bath About this Event The leading French Engineering company EGIS has been closely involved with […]