I'm super rusty with using the wiring system and everything (what little I did know) is fuzzy coming back to the game. BUT. I am loving the security of the tram versus platform method of travel down really deep elevator shafts. That being said, I'm stuck trying to make a cross section of tramline with a single tram work between call buttons. It's presently only an inverted T, but I intend to go farther down into a proper cross section of tramline. This is the main shaft. Please ignore various little disconnected bits, this is still largely a work in progress. The problem I'm running into happens generally when I want to call the tram up to one of its vertical call points from the horizontal ones and it just runs side to side ignoring that vertical bit of railing. Before you question the ram stop in the middle it's purely for the convenience of riding. I'd like to choose left or right rather than always default to the left stop (as it seems wont to do when there is just a cross section of track there.) I've used no wiring outside of what's considered basic to get the tram from stop to stop (and I'd love if I didn't have to, but at this point I think what I'm doing may require slightly less basic wiring) TL;DR; Longterm goal is a cross section rather than inverted T. Just haven't cleared farther down. Tram stop in the middle is to have greater control when riding down (I can pick left or right, without advanced wiring. But if you know something I don't, please help me.) Issue occurs when calling tram from a horizontal position, to a vertical one. It ignores the upper track entirely and bobbles between left and right endlessly.