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Egypt explores BYD monorail feasibility

Rail| October 25, 2017

The potential collaboration comes four years after Alexandria local authorities began exploring options to relieve their city of chronic traffic jams.

How Transit Agencies Can Stay on Track with Cyber Security

Security and Safety | September 29, 2017

Cyber security is not a goal but a well-planned, well-executed, and never-ending journey that must include operations professionals and information professionals working together for the good of the entire transit system.

Rail| September 22, 2016

Going Green in Rail Transport: Maximizing Rail Systems’ Electrical Energy Recovery

Using regenerative braking for rail vehicles can help transit agencies return energy to the system and save money. LTK's TrainOps software helps transit agencies determine how to implement these systems.

Rail| June 1, 2016

XpressWest execs talk to Hyperloop One about HSR project

The $8 billion, 185-mile, dual-track system with no grade crossings between Las Vegas and Victorville, would run roughly along the Interstate 15 right-of-way.

Sustainability| May 6, 2015

[Video] World's first hydrogen-powered tram rolls off assembly line

The world' s first tramcar to be powered entirely by hydrogen rolled off the assembly line in east China' s coastal city of Qingdao on Thursday. Published on Mar 20, 2015

Security and Safety | January 23, 2015

Impulse signs distribution agreement for cable fault, theft system

The LiveWire Mantis™ Monitoring System uses Spread Spectrum Time Domain Reflectometry technology to see into the cable environment without any interference to the electrical circuit.

Rail| December 19, 2014

Future transportation technology Discovery Channel documentary

Documentary showcases future technologies for rail.

Management & Operations| September 23, 2014

Alstom launches maintenance tool, ERTMS systems at Innotrans

HealthHub, a predictive maintenance tool monitors the health of trains, infrastructure and signaling assets, while the Atlas 400 and 500 scalable ERTMS systems are applicable for resignalling upgrades or a new-build project.
Management & Operations| September 23, 2014

D.C. Metro bringing back computer-driven trains 5 years after fatal crash

Starting early next month, in a process known as automatic train operation, computers will take over driving a half-dozen Red Line trains daily during non-peak hours, Metro GM Richard Sarles said.

Slow adoption of modern tech hampers NYC subway, study says

Reliance on antiquated signaling system adds to delays, inefficiency and safety risks, according to a regional research and advocacy group.
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