It is partitioned into independent 'chapters'. Multiple 'area-of-interest' search facilities are provided.
The analysis' main points are that station-to-station distance is too high and that overhead wires are infringing into the tourist atmosphere of Gold Coast. Other point maintain that traditional constant capacity trams deliver insufficient user-friendliness to create popular support and that sustained high patronage and economic viability would be doubtful. It argues that 24km/h point-to-point speed cannot really be called 'Rapid' and concludes that an advanced dynamic capacity system would help the case much better.
The Gold Coast Rapid Transit Project
A call for something better