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  • 90% Low-Floor

LIGHT RAIL is an electric rail transit system in an urban and suburban area that generally has capacity and speed between metro and streetcar systems. Light Rail is a versatile mode of rail transit suited for both dedicated right-of-way and mixed with traffic in city streets. LRVs are articulated units with low-floor boarding areas for rapid loading and unloading of passengers at street level. LRVs are configured to operate as single units or up to four car trains.

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A rapid transit, subway, or METRO system is an electric public rail transportation system in an urban area with high capacity and frequency. Metros operate on dedicated right-of-way using underground, elevated, or at-grade railway. Metros operate as multi-car train sets or electric multiple units (EMU) with train length passenger access between cars. Modern metros are fully automated and driverless.

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A STREETCAR is a railcar of lighter weight and construction and slower top speed than a Light Rail Vehicle. It is designed exclusively for the transport of passengers within towns or cities, on tracks running primarily on streets. It has a maximum of 100% Low-Floor configuration for exceptional passenger loading and unloading, limiting dwell time in stations. Streetcars are most suitable for mixed traffic operations because of their size and speed.

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Light Rail Vehicles

Light Rail
LIGHT RAIL is an electric rail transit system in an urban and suburban area that generally has capacity and speed between metro and streetcar systems. Light Rail is a versatile mode of rail transit suited for both dedicated right-of-way and mixed with traffic in city streets. LRVs are articulated units with low-floor boarding areas for rapid loading and unloading of passengers at street level. LRVs are configured to operate as single units or up to four car trains.

Features

  • Highway Speed Capability
  • DOT Lighting
  • Low-Floor Boarding
  • Single or Multiple Units

Benefits

  • Right-of-way Versatility
  • Safe Operation in Mixed Traffic
  • Rapid Passenger Loading and Unloading
  • Easily Adjustable Train Size for Peak Periods

High-Floor

High-Floors are adaptable for ADA accessibility and are found in existing systems and systems configured with high-platform boarding

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High-Floor/Low-Floor

Low-Floor sections can be added to existing High-Floor Vehicles resulting in easier ADA accessibility

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70% Low-Floor

70% Low-Flooring allows for easy customer access and ADA accessibility

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90% Low-Floor

90% Low-Flooring allows for greater customer access and ADA accessibility

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Metro Vehicles

Metro
A rapid transit, subway, or METRO system is an electric public rail transportation system in an urban area with high capacity and frequency. Metros operate on dedicated right-of-way using underground, elevated, or at-grade railway. Metros operate as multi-car train sets or electric multiple units (EMU) with train length passenger access between cars. Modern metros are fully automated and driverless.

Features

  • High Passenger Capacity
  • Grade Separation from Other Traffic
  • Fully Automated Driverless

Benefits

  • Meets Large Urban Area Transport Demands
  • Higher Speeds, Faster Travel Times
  • Safer, More Reliable; Lower Overhead Costs

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Streetcars

Streetcar
A STREETCAR is a railcar of lighter weight and construction and slower top speed than a Light Rail Vehicle. It is designed exclusively for the transport of passengers within towns or cities, on tracks running primarily on streets. It has a maximum of 100% Low-Floor configuration for exceptional passenger loading and unloading, limiting dwell time in stations. Streetcars are most suitable for mixed traffic operations because of their size and speed.

Features

  • Full Width Cabs
  • DOT Lighting
  • 100% Low-Floor Boarding
  • Single Car Unit
  • Light Weight & Smaller Size

Benefits

  • Designed for Mixed Traffic in City Streets
  • Safe Design for Integration with Auto Traffic
  • Very Rapid Passenger Loading & Unloading
  • High Frequency Operations
  • Low Power Consumption

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