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.