These newfangled “ trackless trams” will muddy the waters here?
> On 12 Jul 2019, at 13:38, espee8800 espee8800@...> wrote:
> No need, this group permits discussion of electric traction forms of transport despite the word trams in the title. But trams make up the bulk of the discussion. We were recently discussing Toronto which, if I am not mistaken, is not in Australia. Hence a minor reference to the "electric" buses shouldn't be condemned provided the appropriate moniker - O.T. - is appended.
> My recent posting entitled Plan B (a first posting of its type here and not to be repeated anytime soon) was to show how trams, trains and buses can work together when things are disrupted or go pear shaped as so often happens.
>> On Fri, 12 Jul 2019 at 13:26, Ronald Besdansky shrdlu.junction@...> wrote:
>> Given that topics in this group have included the Sydney Metro and other heavy rail (non-TRAM) topics, I think it's reasonable to be able to discuss other forms of electric traction.
>> Perhaps we should start a new group - Australian Electric Public Transport or some such.
> cheers and best wishes,
> David in Avenel.au
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