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  1. Ankeng light rail. Note: the names in italics are only possible names and may change. The Ankeng light rail ( Chinese: 安坑輕軌; pinyin: Ānkēng Qīngguǐ) (code K) is a light rail transit (LRT) line in Xindian District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. [3] [4] The route begins in Shuangcheng, terminating at Shisizhang where it links with the ...

    • 安坑輕軌
    • Under construction
  2. The Circular light rail ( Chinese: 環狀輕軌) is a light rail line in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, operated by Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation. [7] The southern part of this line makes use of the defunct tracks of the Kaohsiung Harbor Railway Line. Construction cost was forecasted to be 16.5 billion New Taiwan dollars. [8]

    • 12.8 km (8.0 mi)
    • Kaohsiung City Government
    • 16 October 2015
    • Operational
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    Auckland was served by a network of traditional tramcar routes with horse-drawn trams (1884–1902) and electric trams (1902–1956).The original tram network was 72 kilometres (45 mi) in length at its fullest extent from the mid-1930s until closures began in 1949.

    Initial proposals

    In 2015, Steve Hawkins, Auckland Transport's Chief Engineer, said that the bus routes on Symonds Street and Fanshawe Street require as many as 150 buses each. The light rail study is considering replacing the bus routes on Dominion Road, Manukau Road, Mt Eden Road, Symonds Street and Queen Stwith light rail routes. All of these bus routes replaced routes on Auckland's former tram network. Stuff quoted Auckland Transport officials who described how the study was considering the option of build...

    Final proposal

    In January 2022, the New Zealand government confirmed it had endorsed a $14.6 billion "Tunnelled Light Rail" line from the city centre to the airport, featuring an underground line between the city centre and Mount Roskill, which would then emerge to the surface and continue to the airport via Māngere. Minister for Transport Michael Woodindicated construction could begin in 2023 and last six to seven years.

    The City Centre-Māngere line is, as of 2022, proposed to run from Wynyard Quarter to Auckland Airport; via the Auckland CBD, University of Auckland, Kingsland railway station, Wesley, Mount Roskill, Onehunga and Māngere. There would be a total of 18 stops with trains running every five minutes. While the line between Wynyard Quarter and Mount Roski...

    Boswell, Ross (12 April 2018). "Auckland has a better option for Airport rapid transit". The New Zealand Herald.
    Davison, Isaac (10 May 2018). "Auckland's new rail lines could be ready within six years, but only if Labour is still in power". The New Zealand Herald.
    "French tram bid plan – An Alstom executive in Reims tells of his plans for Auckland trams". The New Zealand Herald. 31 March 2018.
    Gibson, Anne (31 March 2018). "Auckland tram project to start in two years: Twyford". The New Zealand Herald.
  3. The Bukit Panjang LRT (BPLRT) is a 7.6-kilometre (4.7 mi) automated guideway transit line in Bukit Panjang, Singapore. The BPLRT is currently the only LRT line operated by SMRT Trains. [4] As the name suggests, it serves 13 stations in the neighbourhood of Bukit Panjang and parts of Choa Chu Kang in the north-west of the country.

  4. Bukit Panjang MRT/LRT station is a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) interchange station on the Downtown line (DTL) and the Bukit Panjang LRT line (BPLRT) in Singapore. Located in the namesake estate of Bukit Panjang, the station is at the junction of Upper Bukit Timah Road and Petir Road.

  5. Sengkang MRT/LRT station is a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) interchange station in Sengkang, Singapore. It is an interchange between the North East line (NEL) and Sengkang LRT (SKLRT). Along with Buangkok station, it is one of the two MRT stations located within the Sengkang planning area.

  6. edit. The East San Fernando Valley Light Rail Transit Project (formerly the East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project) is a transit project which proposes the construction of a light rail line on the east side of Los Angeles 's San Fernando Valley, running on a north/south route along Van Nuys Boulevard and San Fernando Road. [1]

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