Light Rail Locomotive

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A Light Rail Locomotive is used for mass transit of passengers and/or cargo.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Light rail networks frequently serve large urbs, metropolises, and dense urban areas. Since they focus on lighter intercity urban traffic, they can be built with less robust tracks, locomotives, and passenger wagons, significantly saving costs and materials compared to their larger, industrial freight carrying cousins.

n.b. Light Rail Locomotives may double as Railroad Carriages when they are named Railcars.

Examples of Light Rail Locomotives and Railcars[edit]

3 Light Rail Locomotive items[edit]

Item Type Mode TL Mass Cost
Fringian Motor Carriage Railcar Ground (Rail) 4 17.6 Tons Cr725,000
Fringian Steam Motor Carriage Railcar Ground (Rail) 4 17.6 Tons Cr555,000
Fringian Tram Railcar Ground (Rail) 3 9.7 Tons Cr89,000

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History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Expected Train Development Sequence[edit]

See Transportation Technologies of Charted Space

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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