Bielefeld (Germany): LRT train zips along on private ROW on Route 1 to Senne.
(Photo: Kees Pronk)
Germany: An unusual and innovative use for a former freight railway. This exclusive private ROW is paved for use by both LRT (tramway) and "BRT" (busway) on a route connecting Mülheim and Oberhausen.
(Photo: Stefan Baguette)
Amsterdam: Private ROW alignment by river.
(Photo: Tramways & Urban Transit)
Budapest: LRT trams on private right-of-way alignment. "Scissors" crossover enables simple, easy interconnection from one track to another.
(Photo: Akos Varga)
Charleroi (Belgium): LRT in exclusive right-of-way. Note pedestrian crossing in foreground.
(Photo: C. Beghin)
Zagreb (Croatia): Rural private ROW LRT alignment in a rustic setting illustrates how LRT can blend aesthetically into its environment with a bare minimum of visual intrusion.