This is just a normal tram, which meets at a railway station, where it meets with a normal train. Passengers would need to change vehicles to continu a journey through such a location.
The most commonly known form of this would be the 'train-link' bus services; where you would operate a bus service to connect with the train at a railway station. The only difference here of course is the fact we plan to use trams rather than buses to connect with the trains.
A proper 'train-link' tram is a dedicated tram route, whos sole purpose is to link with the trains at a certain railway station, or to link two railway stations. This term is not valid for a tram service, where it runs past a railway station dispite the fact the two services may connect/interchange at a location.
diverted tramsshall be included within this project.
Bi-Rail means anything of which uses two rails. Trams and Trains both run on two rails, and in this case, passengers are being transformed from one type of Bi-rail mode to the other type of Bi-rail mode.
In any case, the objective is to have a dedicated railway line, to meet a dedicated tramway line, with the tramway track having more than one tram route.
Furthermore, where the two types meet, shall be an interchange terminal, where passengers shall need to transfer between the two modes at that interchange.