Topic : elevated rail system

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Honolulu rail chief talks 'faith' in project, challenges

Rail| January 3, 2018

HART CEO Andrew Robbins talks about his role as "one of the most controversial public officials in the state" and his belief in Oahu's 20-mile rail transit project.

[Photos] cTrain Elevated Mass Transit Concept

Rail| January 22, 2016

The C-train concept, developed by Jacob Innovations, is an automated mass transit mode of elevated lightweight trains with seating room only. The design eliminates need for depots - via capability to travel on upper and lower wheels by switching vertically between tracks and be stored vertically above the tracks. The cTrain system can be built quickly and cheaply with exiting technologies.

Rail| January 13, 2016

Elevated train idea could solve Boston's winter transit woes

To increase passenger volume, cars would run above and below the lines, and to address those harsh Boston winters the tracks would be heated to prevent accumulation of ice and snow.

Rail| May 12, 2015

Video: Chicago Transit Authority: Ravenswood Connector

The CTA is taking the next major step in improvement work on the Ravenswood Connector, a project that will improve the speed and reliability of the elevated part of the ‘L’ between Armitage and the Loop, currently used by the Brown Line and Purple Line Express.

Published on Apr 10, 2015

Rail| January 19, 2010

Former Hawaiian directors support elevated rail

The announcement comes on the eve of a public forum where the American Institute of Architects will outline its views opposing a completely elevated system.

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