Meanwhile, Adelaide's O-Bahn buses, er "trackless trams" are in their 36th
year of operation. And double ended buses in airports for much longer than
that. Plus, I wouldn't even try to guess how old articulated buses are. Is
there anything actually new here...apart from the breathless headlines?
Sarcasm aside, why don't these people just say they are trying a guided
busway? Perfectly understandable to everyone. Why do they have to puff it
up by saying they are trialling (sic) a trackless tram (sic), and
pretending it's something new.
It, and its performance have been round for years. Why do they need to try
it? If they are that uncertain about it, perhaps it's not such a good idea?
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