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TRAM

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Regardless of cause and effect, the fact remains that while "mass transit" was always the poor step-child in the transportation world, light rail and street cars along with Complete Streets and transit oriented development, are now visionary and compelling.
Far more interesting is the success of subways, street cars and light rail in auto-dependent places that were so often identified as classic examples of urban sprawl.
Even today in the District of Columbia the merits of a new street car system are not at issue.
The clean, green street cars, described as a cross between buses and the Metro, would run on dedicated bus lanes for part of the route.
Bus bosses envisage the wheelchair-accessible street cars running along Pilgrim Street as far as New Bridge Street.
Go North East ran trials with the new street cars last year, and they proved popular with passengers.
The real opportunities for selling subway or street cars exist in such places as Thailand and South America, and especially Brazil, he says.