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Last edited 19 Jan 2021
Public transport on roads
Urban Design Guidelines for Victoria, published by the State of Victoria (Australia) in 2016, states in relation to public transport on roads (or on-road public transport): ‘There are two main types of public transport that use the road network: the fixed tram network, which is usually located on major roads and streets; and the bus network, which operates within standard traffic lanes or in bus priority lanes. Bus and tram priority routes have priority over general traffic.’
See also: Off-road public transport.
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