Re: Light rail fails in the hour of need
  Matthew Geier

On 23/1/23 11:25, Tony Galloway wrote:
> The Moore Park stop has a scissors crossover at the city end as well

> as the centre stub at the outer end, so no need to run all trams into

> the stub to reverse if running a short working to there. The layout is

> effectively the same as at Bondi Jct station which uses both the

> x-over and the stub to reverse trains depending on traffic levels

> while the outer tracks are used to stable trains beyond the platforms

> till needed. These parked trains would be the trams at Moore Park

> continuing to Kingsford and Randwick. They could apply how Bondi Jct

> works to get more out of what they have there.

They could use relay drivers at Moore Park. But I do wonder if what
would happen if the incoming driver was too quick off the mark and tried
to activate their cab before the outgoing driver had flicked their key
off. Probably spend the next 30 minute rebooting the tram with a
'battery off - battery on' to clear the 'multiple cabs activated' error.