Questions & Answers

I don't trust the figures - how did you calculate them and which sources did you use?
Is LCRT just an idea or already an available technology?
Are there any plans for the realization of concrete LCRT lines in real cities?
Why do you propose separation from car traffic, but level crossings for pedestrians?
How long will pedestrians have to wait at the level crossings?
Shall cyclists be allowed to use the pedestrian level crossings?
Do fences and elevated overpasses compromise townscape and freedom of movement in public space?
For which urban structures is LCRT suitable?
Is LCRT unnecessarily car-friendly? Could the same quality be achieved at even less cost just by prioritization of conventional tram lines?
Will LCRT cause increased congestion or lack of parking space as traffic areas are converted into tram tracks?
Does the cutting of minor crossroads lead to time losses for motorists and increased pollution?
Do the overpasses of the crossing roads comply with the requirements for smooth and safe traffic?
Is LCRT and its surroundings barrier-free accessible?
Will LCRT cause motion sickness when rapidly going up and down at the underpasses?
Do the ramps of the LCRT underpasses comply with slope limits for tram tracks?
Is the inner height of an LCRT vehicle enough for tall passengers?
Which type of catenary-free power supply shall be used for LCRT?
Does the low position of the pantograph comply with electric safety requirements?
Does LCRT offer enough capacity although the passengers compartment is reduced because of space demand for technical equipment?