WHY CAN’T A TRAIN BE MORE LIKE A TRAM? PART 2 – TRAM-TRAIN, ARE YOU SURE YOU REALLY WANT TO DO THIS?

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Anyone with a professional interest in public transport must have been to Karlsruhe in Germany, or at least heard of it. It is usually referred to as ‘well they do it in Karlsruhe’: the city is the world capital of tram-train. There is a clue in that only a place that very few could place on a map is always the example. There are others, but not that many and none on the same scale.

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