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Mangal Dev, Head of Hitachi Rail Systems Co., India & South Asia Region affirms that the time is ripe for the development of a network of bullet train projects in the country.
Their names were Sahib, Sindh and Sultan - three steam locomotives that in 1853 would earn their place in India´s rail history by hauling the nation´s first passenger train.
JK Rajan, Sr Vice President, Mobility & Industrial Services, T_V S_D South Asia, speaks on how proper studies can avoid technical snags that hamper smooth mobility in urban transport solutions.
Rapid pace of urbanisation has made Istanbul a land of opportunities for Siemens that is playing a key role in various growth sectors. Hopping across continents is a daily affair for the people of Istanbul, be it for work or leisure
Rail modernisation requires technology, and much of this is already available today in the private sector. The Railways has identified several investment areas for private players.
The Expert Group on Modernisation of Indian Railways submitted its recommendations to the government a year ago, and the Central Government has taken some significant steps in its Rail Budget 2013-14
The Trainguard MT CBTC solution is the most widely used automatic train control system today and serving 25 metro operators around the world. Efficient use of existing railroad infrastructure is a challenge for cities throughout the world.
Besides the need for enhancing capacity which is being met through major capital works like the DFC project, investment in rolling stock, providing improved terminal access, and improvements and investment in the last leg connectivity between the rail network and the cargo loading and unloading points are likely to be key areas that will need to be addressed through various policy initiatives of the Railways.