New Train Features

New Low-Floor Trains Current High-Floor Trains
Quieter, do not have crossing arms, fences, gates or bellsHave crossing arms, fences, gates and bells
Train stops are about the same height as a normal curb-and-sidewalkStops are higher than a normal curb-and-sidewalk
Step-free boarding for persons with wheelchairs, mobility devices and strollersRamp/Step-boarding for persons with wheelchairs, mobility devices and strollers
Primarily in-road operation; trains move similar to any other car on the roadPrimarily exclusive right-of-way on streets and corridors
Trains travel at the posted speed limit when in trafficTrains do not travel with traffic
Smaller, heated, residential stops (similar to an Edmonton bus stop)Larger, heated train stations
Train stops are closer to each otherTrain stations are further apart

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