Ultra light rail

THE TOWN of Kalamata in the southern Peleponnese, which has 55000 inhabitants, has backed plans to build a metre-gauge ’ultra light rail’ line, using equipment from the UK-based Sustraco consortium. Funding for the £5m scheme will come from the Greek government and European Investment Bank, including money allocated for earthquake ...

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