Friday, June 25, 2021

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World’s First Hydrogen Tram in China

The tram runs on hydrogen power via on-board fuel cells. Refuelling takes just three minutes, after which a three-car tram capable of carrying as many as 380 passengers can run for about 100 kilometres.

Hitachi Buys Finmeccanica Rail Asset: AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS

Hitachi has reached a binding agreement with the board of Finmeccanica to acquire all of the shares in AnsaldoBreda and the Finmeccanica's 40% stake in Ansaldo STS.

Bombardier Celebrates Innovative Battery Powered Train

The prototype of battery powered train has entered trial passenger service on the Manningtree –Harwich branch

Bombardier Wins Maintenance Contract With Trenitalia for Frecciarossa 1000 Trains

Bombardier wins 153 million euro maintenance contract with trenitalia for maintenance of 50 new V300 ZEFIRO high speed trains

Insigma Group, Chinese Offer for AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS

Insigma offer for AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS is worth more than 1.5 billion Euros and a relevant investment plan; Hitachi might have been discouraged by unprofitable contracts

New London-Paris Super Train. Top Speed of 320km/h.

The new London-Paris super train represents an increase in capacity for Eurostar’s fleet of 20 per cent, while it will is reportedly estimated to cut journey times from London to Paris by 15 minutes.

Interesting Tricks to Get a Train Moving

How to get a train moving? There's some interesting simple physics you need to know before I tell you that you need to move one car at a time...

New Tube For London Due To Start In 2022

New Tube for London (NTfL) is a programme that would introduce new trains and signalling on several London Underground lines between 2025 and 2033. The trains may not have drivers, however the ASLEF and RMT trade unions that represent the drivers strongly oppose this, saying it would be unsafe.

ETR 1000: The Fastest European Train Unveiled at InnoTrans

The new ETR 1000 presented at InnoTrans, the world's largest rail industry event, held every two years at the Messe Berlin exhibition centre (Germany)

Positive Train Control (PTC) ready within 2015

The infrastructure of the PTC system typically includes five segments; a back office housing servers and databases to receive information related to tracks, train locations, speed limits and work zones, the wayside segment comprising interlocking and right-of-way infrastructure, the onboard segment displaying rolling stock information, the roadway worker protection system, and lastly, the communications segment involving ground-based, land mobile data radio and wireless networks.

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