Non-revenue track

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Non-revenue track (or trackage), or a non-revenue route, is a section of track or transport route that is not used to carry passengers or revenue-earning freight or goods.[1] The term is used to refer mainly to sections of track or routes in public transport systems, such as rapid transit and tramway networks, but non-revenue track or routes can also be found in other transport systems. Non-revenue tracks may be used for revenue service during temporary reroutings.

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  1. ^ AC Transit East Bay Bus Rapid Transit Project in Alameda County: Final Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report. Volume II b — Technical Appendices. U.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Transit Administration and the Alameda Contra Costa Transit District. January 2012. Appendix B.
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