This is GeoTrax Track Layout Idea--Quick Tip #4.
When designing new track layouts you may have discovered it can be a bit tricky to use your switch tracks with the stanchions (supports) as the track doesn't have the right groves cut on the under side. I have been playing around with a few ideas--why don't you give these a try.
The first idea uses a T-track piece with three bridges...I just eliminate the stanchion altogether and the T-track connects nicely to the elevated bridges.
The second idea uses a right or left Y-switch track and connects again to other elevated structures--completely removing the stanchion from the mix. I have tried to give you an idea of other elevated structures you might use in case you don't have three bridges. In my example below you will see I use a bridge, a curved ramp piece and the high chimes clock tower.
The other trick to note is that you will need to use a straight half piece of track to connect the switch to whatever elevated structure you use.
If you are looking to buy some of these pieces here are a few recommendations:
* The T-track switch comes with the GeoTrax City Track Pack