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Track to the future – Rail transport and its role in tomorrow’s world
Convenient trams or noisy goods trains, a model for the future or a financial black hole – public opinions of rail travel are often mixed. But how could tomorrow’s mobility look in reality? Are trains really viable for the future? What challenges do manufacturers and operators face?
Some topics of the current edition:
Setting the course
Is rail transport really fit for the future? Yes, in principle, says Professor Arnd Stephan in this interview. But only if its efficiency and appeal can be increased.
Always on the go
How is it that some trains are constantly out on the track? Because reliability is something you can control.
A metro for the tropics
Santo Domingo has a traffic problem. A state-of-the-art subway provides assistance.
Simply hop on and hop off – wouldn’t that be convenient? A universal eTicketing platform makes it happen.
Automatically more intelligent
More rail transport requires more railway lines – or simply more intelligent technology.
When trains are as reliable as the Velaro RUS, there’s often a good reason: high-tech maintenance.
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