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Operation of the system is subcontracted to Metro Service.

It would have had a driver and have operated at about a 150-second interval—twice the cycle time of the city's traffic lights.Power would have been provided with overhead wires.Stops were to be located about every 500 m (550 yd) at street level.The articulated trams would have been about 35 m (115 ft) long and have a capacity for 230 passengers.The principle of building a rail transit was passed by the Parliament of Denmark on 24 June 1992, with the Ørestad Act.

The responsibility for developing the area, as well as building and operating the metro, was given to the Ørestad Development Corporation, a joint venture between Copenhagen Municipality (45%) and the Ministry of Finance (55%).Initially, three modes were considered: a tramway, a light rail and a rapid transit.In October 1994, the Development Corporation chose a light rapid transit.To the southeast, the system serves Amager, with the 13.9-kilometre (8.6 mi) The system is owned by Metroselskabet, which is owned by the municipalities of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, and the Ministry of Transport.The 34 trains are of the Ansaldo Breda Driverless Metro class and stationed at the Control and Maintenance Center at Vestamager.The Circle Line is under construction, due to be completed in 2018.