Safeguarding the competitiveness of light rail

A UITP study showed that the opening of route T3 in Paris contributed to a decrease of 25% in car use on the route.

With the rise of non-rail ‘electro-mobility’ and new approaches to urban transport such as car sharing and taxi apps, light rail and trams are facing increased competition. Where should the rail supply industry put its focus to ensure the attractiveness and competitiveness of light rail vehicles?

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