Definition Edit

A Shuttle-Loop Transit (SLT) system is

the simplest type of AGT system. Vehicles move along fixed paths with few or no switches, The vehicles of a simple shuttle system move back and forth on a single guideway, the horizontal equivalent of an automatic elevator. They may or may not make intermediate stops. Vehicles in a loop system move around a closed path, stopping at any number of stations. In both shuttle and loop systems, the vehicles may vary considerably in size and may travel singly or coupled together in trains.[1]

References Edit

  1. Automated Guideway Transit: An Assessment of PRT and Other New Systems, at 3.

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