Copenhagen light rail

An electrical light rail system would be the solution to Copenhagen’s traffic congestion, according to research by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). The report backs similar findings recommended previously by a government committee on the city’s traffic problems.

The light rail network should be planned to fill areas of the city not served at present by the rapid transit S-line services and stations.

The report recommends building an entire integrated light rail network, radiating from the city centre and also around it, rather than just a few lines and stops.

If this solution is not politically or economically feasible the DTU report recommends a high-speed bus networks along similar routes.

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