China Wants To Build A Undersea Rail Track From Beijing To USA

China Wants To Build A Undersea Rail Track From Beijing To USA

Now a days, trains have become not only a vital way of transportation in inter-city, but also for international journey. Lately, it’s been reported that China wants to build a rail track from Beijing to USA. The train would travel at a speed of about 217 mph and the trip from China to U.S. would take less than two days.

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Awesome Chinese Concept Train Never Stops At Any Stations

Awesome Chinese Concept Train Never Stops At Any Stations

Modern-day trains are all about speed and timeliness. So a new concept video from China now envisions a train which never stops to pick or drop passengers. Rather, it simply relies on attachable compartments to do so.

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Japan Made World’s Fastest Train Ahead Of Hyperloop

Japan Made World’s Fastest Train Ahead Of Hyperloop

A couple of years ago we reported that Japan plans to build world’s fastest train. But later we came to know that Colorado-based company Evacuated Tube Transport Technologies (ET3) has planned to build a futuristic high-speed tube train that would move even at more higher speed than the Japanese train. However, while the futuristic high-speed tube has a long to go to be materialized, in the mean time, Japan has made the world’s fastest train.

By On September 14, 2013 Respond
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Bullet Train Is Coming To California

Bullet Train Is Coming To California

People of USA travel from one place to other in a very short time boarding on a high-speed train. Now, the US California railway system is planning to start a high-speed train linking Los Angeles and San Francisco in less than three hours.

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Auckland Is Now WiFi-Enabled City During Rugby World Cup

Auckland Is Now WiFi-Enabled City During Rugby World Cup

With the flick of a switch, passengers on Auckland’s public transport network will be able to enjoy free WI-FI access from tomorrow on board all NZ Bus LINK services and one of the trains running from Kingsland to Britomart, which is a part of an Auckland Transport six month pilot will operate with Auckland Council’s already established WI-FI zone. Patrons will be able to utilise the internet free of charge from bus or train to pavement and CallPlus and Slingshot have also announced that they will be providing a charged Wi-Fi access in time for the World Cup…………..

By On September 9, 2011 Respond
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Europe’s First Solar Powered Train

Europe’s First Solar Powered Train

Europe’s first solar powered train tunnel goes live on Belgian high-speed line and the installation’s 16,000 solar panels will be used to provide 50 percent of the energy needed to power nearby Antwerp Central Station and to provide extra juice for both high-speed and traditional trains. The roof of the new station will have 4,400 panels and a capacity of 1MW, enough to provide 50% of the station’s electricity and the development is not dependent on the level of government subsidy for solar power as the £7.3m bill was paid by the transport department’s environment fund………..

By On June 9, 2011 Respond
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Innowattech’s Rail Pad – IPEG PAD Harvest Energy From Passing Train

Innowattech’s Rail Pad – IPEG PAD Harvest Energy From Passing Train

Innowattech has performed a project with the National Railway Company of Israel. The project’s purpose was to examine the new development based on Innowattech’s technology- Innowattech’s rail pad – IPEG PAD. The solution is related to the smart rail field.

By On December 9, 2010 Respond
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Mercedes-Benz Hexawheel Concept

Mercedes-Benz Hexawheel Concept

The Hexawheel concept is a design study of an extreme off-road vehicle which combines a six-wheels layout and a flexible frame with a Mercedes-Benz-inspired design language. It was designed by Iranian engineer Siyamak Rouhi Dehkordi.

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