Category:Automated guideway transit
Automated guideway transit (AGT) vehicles are a class of mass transit systems that are fully automated (no driver) in operation, and run on a light guideway as opposed to heavier railways or large tunnels. AGT systems aim to lower capital costs through their lighter construction, and operational costs due to lack of a driver. First introduced in production in the 1970s, AGTs have become increasingly popular for new metro systems.
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Pages in category "Automated guideway transit"
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