Reserved track, in tram transport terminology, is track on ground exclusively for trams.
Unlike street running track embedded in streets and roads, reserved track does not need to take into account the transit of other wheeled vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists or horses. It is the cheapest form of tram track to install (not counting land acquisition costs), and usually is constructed like railway track with conventional sleepers (railroad ties).
Tram transport track can be either reserved track or street running type.
- Street running, where trams or other vehicles share a right of way on a road or street
- Tramway track
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