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On Mon, 20 Nov 2023, 7:09 pm Matthew Geier, matthew@...>
> On 20/11/23 16:58, TP wrote:
> > " If a traffic light was installed to control that traffic then the
> > situatiojn of a motorist being confronted by two trams heading south on
> > parallel tracks coule be avoided. "
> > Surely the relevant road rule in this case is "might is right"?
> Nope a motorist would drive straight head on into the right hand tram
> and then claim loudly that the tram 'reversed into me' as the cause of
> the accident.
> One of the outer Berlin tram routes , Woltersdorf i think - has long
> single line sections where the tram is running against the road traffic
> as the track is on the kerb side of the road. I remember riding it and
> thinking if they tried that in Australia, cars would keep having head on
> collisions with the trams.
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