Hi guys,

On a recently constructed light rail route in Australia, we have light rail vehicles which operate on battery power with no catenary or third rail, but with the vehicles charging at each station. Would it be appropriate to use the tag electrified=yes without a specific type on the line?

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I would suggest that if the lines themselves don't have power that they are left blank or with electrified=no and the electrification tag added to the stations.

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