Automated light rail


Automated light rail

Automated light rail is a type of light rail or rapid transit [Transport Canada, [http://www.tc.gc.ca/mediaroom/releases/nat/2005/05-h264e.htm Canada Line Launched as Partners Unveil Vehicle] , November 25, 2005: "The automated light rail technology will add almost 19 km and 16 new stations to the region's growing rapid transit network."] system that runs without a driver.

List of automated light rail systems

*Airport Transit System, Chicago, Illinois
*AirTrain JFK, New York City, United States
*Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham, England
*CDGVAL, Paris, France
*Detroit People Mover, Detroit, Michigan
*Docklands Light Railway, London, England
*Dubai Metro, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (under construction)
*Gatwick Airport, Horley, Surrey, England
*Kanazawa Seaside Line, Yokohama, Japan
*Kelana Jaya Line, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
*Light Rapid Transit, Singapore
*Lille Metro, Lille, France
*Metrotorino, Turin, Italy
*Muzha Line, Taipei, Taiwan
*Orlyval, Paris, France
*Rennes Metro, Rennes, France
*SkyTrain, Vancouver, Canada
*Toulouse Metro, Toulouse, France

;Former systems
*JTA Skyway, Jacksonville, United States

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