Temporary tram diversion tracks permit access to buried utilities under tram tracks – they do not necessarily need to be moved during tram line installed

The above images and video below, indicate how rapidly tram tracks can be diverted whilst services are maintained or moved. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33FAA4pzRkA

See also: https://bathtrams.uk/safety-issues-when-trams-run-over-temporary-track-during-say-utility-relocation-diversions/

“Kletterweiche” are a form of temporary tracks laid on the surface of the road to effect a diversion if large excavations for utility work is required. See images below from Wroclaw Poland 2015:

Please find attached hereto pictures of “Bump-over” points (there are other names) which can be used on either side of temporary single track in the street to allow roadworks under the other track, i.e. without stopping the tram,s running during the work.  They were taken last autumn in Wroclaw (Poland) by me.  I give you permission to use them.
Best wishes,
Robert Manders, BSc, AMA

See Also:

0 Likely Tram Track Installations costs for Bath – French Tram Engineering Experts EGIS

1 tram light rail track installation costs

2 Recent German Light Rail Tram Track costs – £13 – £20m / km

3 UK Tram track light rail installation costs – “circa £20m to £30m per route kilometre”

4 Tram track installation costs – where can the money come from to install trams in cities?

5 New Low Cost Tram Light Rail Track Systems Have Potential to Minimise Traffic Disruption and the Need to Divert Underground Services

6 Moving / re-location of services / utilities  for trams installation need not be expensive or even necessary as in Edinburgh

7 Buried underground cables pipes utilities movement diversions and tram light rail installations

8 Tram light rail track installation costs

9 Tram Rate of Return May Be Sufficient for Private Capital According to Prof Lesley’s analysis.

And: https://bathtrams.uk/difficulties-involved-in-utility-services-diversion-from-street-running-trams/