Would a BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) line qualify as a light rail line? The Greater Cleveland RTA opted to use articulated 2-car-long, wheeled buses in lieu of installing rails for light rail, modeled on the system in Curitiba, Brazil; however, it works just like light rail, with platforms with wheelchair access where tickets are purchased, all the doors on one side open just like light rail cars, and the vehicles run on a schedule that is more frequent than the rapid transit lines in the RTA system.
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