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A narrow gauge is superior if one’s main considerations are economy and tight curvature (e.g.
It also means that passengers ride in spacious cars with better … Its wider track permits the use of larger equipment, and that means more freight or passengers can be carried.
What are the benefits of broad gauge over standard gauge? Looking around the web i can see that standard costs less, but what are the operating advantages of standard over broad? Lines in some parts of Australia were built to 63-inch (160-cm) gauge and later converted to standard, but broad gauge tracks theoretically offer significant advantages to railroads and to customers. Ignoring commonality with places like the US and UK etc, operationally what can trains do on broad gauge better than they can on standard? Gauge refers to the spacing between the rails.
For direct, unimpeded routes with high traffic, a broad gauge may be preferable (which is why the BART train system uses Indian/5’6″ gauge). In the US that's 4'8" and any track spacing that's wider is called "broad gauge". Advantages and disadvantages of different track gauges Narrow gauge railways usually cost less to build because they are usually lighter in construction, using smaller cars and locomotives (smaller loading gauge), as well as smaller bridges, smaller tunnels (smaller structure gauge) and tighter curves.