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Moving Bristol Forward 1 of 3The Tram Network will :- • A Political Statement of Permanence • Encourages of Inward Investment • A belief in the Greater Bristol Area • Provide a greater service frequency i.e., 4-8 trams per hour, • Improve non car access and connectivity to the Transport Corridors • Relieve pressure on the “Road corridors” thus providing significant savings on maintenance etc., • Provide a low-cost car flexible “Rail” corridor initiative between all points of Greater BristolBristol
Bristol Stefconfer Track 2aWhat We Can Do for Bristol LRT Whereas we can provide trackwork, power distribution, and signaling systems we believe that the concept for Bristol is to have and benefit from the environmental sustainability and technical advantage of a 21st-century Ultra Light Self Powered Tram System. This means that Bristol would not require a lineside traction power supply system in the form of a Third Rail, or Overhead Line System. Although our area of expertise does include Overhead Line installation, we do have experience in delivering this type of forward-looking transit solution having worked with, partnered with, and built a successful relationship with the Global Leader in terms of Self Powered Tram Systems. It therefore would be our privilege to limit our potential scope of supply to the installation of the trackwork, including the preparation and construction of the track bed. Bristol
Moving Bristol ForwardPRE-FEASIBILITY STUDY Building on the TfGB Rapid Transit Plan to propose a Primary Tram Network Phased over 10-15 yearsBristol
Proposed Tramway: Bristol Nov 2010 (Revised)The Ashton Gate to Temple Meads preserved light rail route is proposed as the first section of a rail based Rapid Transit Network for Bristol. A high quality frequent service will reduce traffic on Hotwells Road while serving the Ashton Gate, Hotwells, Southville/Ashton, South Harbourside and Redcliffe areas of the city.Bristol
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