The same point switches easily filled with road detritus, causing the point blades to ‘stand off’ so that detection is lost and damage to the toes of the point blades is incurred. Here the points are cleared of debris by tram crew while buses and trams wait. After many more years of trouble, the bus lane was awkwardly diverted away from the point switches.
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