In Sarajevo the electricity for tramway and trolleybus was cut off

In Sarajevo the electricity for tramway and trolleybus was cut off :In the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo the electricity was cut off because of the debt of 1,5 billion euro of the public transportation company GRAS in such a way the... ...

Warning from the bank: The costs for the Moscow-Kazan high speed train project are too high

Warning from the bank: The costs for the Moscow-Kazan high speed train project are too high :Due to the fact that the World Football Cup 2018 will take place in Russia new projects are planned; the costs of these projects are being already discussed.... ...

Organ rushed via Turkish high-speed train ahead of transplant

Organ rushed via Turkish high-speed train ahead of transplant :An organ to be transplanted to a patient in Ankara has been transferred from the Central Anatolian province of Konya via a high-speed train for the first time. The pancreas of a victim was... ...

Alstom and Italian railways FS celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pendolino

Alstom and Italian railways FS celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pendolino :Alstom and Ferrovie dello Stato (FS), the holding company that manages infrastructure and services on the Italian rail network, today celebrated the 25th anniversary of... ...

High-speed train in China is successful

High-speed train in China is successful :Changsha, China: The cavernous rail station here for China’s new high-speed trains was nearly deserted when it opened less than four years ago. Not anymore. Practically every train is sold out, although... ...

USA High Speed in Train is not qualified as high speed train!

USA High Speed in Train is not qualified as high speed train!the United States, Amtrak’s Acela Express tops the speed charts, with three services sprinting between Wilmington and Baltimore Penn on the Northeast Corridor at 169.4 km/h (105 mph over... ...

Future of London Underground comes from Siemens (Photo Gallery)

Future of London Underground comes from Siemens :The Inspiro train unveiled by Siemens costs £1m per carriage and is lighter, brighter more spacious and weighs a third less than the current rolling stock Could uncomfortable stifling and stinky tube... ...

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