Other things you should know about Light Rail.
LRVs take longer to come to a stop than road vehicles and cannot swerve to avoid contact.
LRVs are wider than the tracks. Stay well clear as they approach and leave them plenty of room.
The tracks are smooth and in wet weather the rail surface at intersections may be slippery.
Light rail vehicles have priority as they approach intersections and crossings. Please be alert and obey all traffic signals and signs.
The overhead wire is LIVE and carries 750 volts of power. Keep away!
Before commencing work in and around the light rail corridor, contact CMET at email@example.com
In the event of an emergency, dial 000.