Lecture: Trams for Bath, Radstock Keynsham and Bristol? 12th June 7.30pm Bath Wednesday, June 12, 2019 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (BST)

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trams-for-bath-radstock-keynsham-and-bristol-12th-june-730pm-bath-tickets-61511509581?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing Roger Harrison who was involved at a senior level in the design, build, and operation of the very successful Nottingham tram ( it has just been agreed to extend it, as has Edinburgh) will talk about how trams may be beneficial to Bath and its connections to Radstock and Bristol. A key point he […]

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Comparative energy consumption of trams and buses

Above: A bombardier tram in the 10th district of Vienna, Austria Trams are a seemingly expensive outlay for a city. They require permanent tracks and overhead wires. At least that’s how the figures can often initially appear, but there is more to it than basic installation cost. What of the energy required to operate, maintain and […]

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Websites for UK Tram organisations

UK Parliamentary Light Rail Group – https://www.applrguk.co.uk/   List of new trams under development – https://www.applrguk.co.uk/Tram-Tracker-Project   The campaigning arm of the LRTA – Light Rail Transit Association – http://www.lrta.org/TramForward/index.php   The official voice of the UK Tram industry – https://uktram.com/   Technical standards et – https://uktram.com/documents/   General facts about existing trams – https://www.thetrams.co.uk/tramsinuk.php   Light Rail […]

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