Saturday 8th February 2020 – Bath Area Trams Association national conference and get together

For a detailed explanation of why trams work and buses, alone, don’t, see the foot of this page. REGISTER FOR CONFERENCE HERE:   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bath-area-trams-conference-and-get-together-tickets-83359575735  REGISTER FOR OPTIONAL GET TOGETHER AN MEAL THE NIGHT BEFORE HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/friday-evening-7th-feb-pre-conference-get-together-tickets-91457984293 FREE LUNCH INCLUDED £5 – £15  PRESS RELEASE FRENCH ENGINEERING GIANT TO TALK AT BATH AREA TRAMS ASSOCIATION NATIONAL CONFERENCE […]

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FAILURE OF MILLENIUM TRANSIT BUSWAY, ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENICH

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, […]

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Studies into cost benefit of trams

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 […]

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How the French tram experience might apply to Bath – Sept 2 7.30 BRLSI

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 […]

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