Archive for category: InnoTrans 2018 Featured

CRRC says rail transit equipment is “on the cusp of a revolution” as it unveils next gen metro train

CETROVO on display at InnoTrans.CRRC Sifang deputy chief engineer Ding Sansan said the train, dubbed 'CETROVO', is not only lighter, but is more energy efficient and has more space for new features.
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ROSCO and rail researchers aim to create the UK’s first hydrogen train

BCRRE and Porterbrook signed a memorandum of understanding formalising the partnership at InnoTrans. Photo: Porterbrook.Earlier this year rail minister Jo Johnson challenged the rail industry to develop decarbonisation plans, with the objective of removing diesel-only trains from the network by 2040.
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New data reveals popularity of metro systems throughout the world

The Stockholm Metro. Photo: Gella.Every single day 168 million passengers use metros across the world. But where are all of these systems situated and which ones have the highest ridership?
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New Glasgow Subway train revealed

Stadler and Ansaldo STS have treated visitors at this year's InnoTrans exhibition to a first look at one of Glasgow's new driverless subway trains.
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InnoTrans opens with a record number of exhibitors

Photo: InnoTrans.Around 130,000 guests are expected over the course of four days, with 3,062 companies and institutions from 61 different countries showcasing new or improved products and services.
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Siemens to present world’s first autonomous tram

Photo: Siemens.On a 6km section of the Potsdam tram network, a test tram will drive autonomously in real traffic between September 18-21.
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InnoTrans 2018 Outdoor Display: What to expect?

The Outdoor Display at InnoTrans 2018, which will include around 3,500 metres of track, will feature more than 150 vehicles ranging from regional passenger trains to on-track plant.
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Faster Amsterdam-Berlin train timetabled ahead of InnoTrans

Former German transport minister Alexander Dobrindt opens InnoTrans 2016. Photo: InnoTrans.A spokesperson for NS said it wants to symbolically show it can accelerate the train to Berlin.
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