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Traditional railway signalling has long been based on the principle of no more than one train, on any one section of track, at any one time. New technology allows cab-based equipment to replace lineside signals. This gives improved operational performance and better system capacity by redefining the concept of the track section. Using continuous...
Deutsche Bahn is investing more than € 5 billion a year in railway infrastructure in Germany - in railways, railway stations and energy supply. This huge investment program is financed by the federal government, the European Union, the federal states and municipalities, as well as by Deutsche Bahn itself. In addition to major projects such as...
This dissertation has three main tasks. Firstly, it calculates the amount of rail infrastructure charges for European high speed lines/services based on the marginal cost. Secondly, it characterises the rail infrastructure charging systems applied to European high speed lines/services, to find out if mark ups above the marginal cost of wear and...
Railways across the globe develop from public administrations acting as monopolies to service-oriented companies operating in liberalized markets with strong inter- and intramodal competition. Transforming a railway is a long-lasting process, which comprises structural improvements, strategic realignment of networks and product offerings,...
Development · Status quo · Forecast ERTMS development began in 1989 in the context of plans for a European high-speed railway network. Now in its 20th year there are no more doubts about the key role of ERTMS in the revitalisation of the European railways. This new standard work provides an introduction to ERTMS and an overview of the current...
Finally, from the 1st January 2007, after a four-year process of opening specific sectors in the market, any European railway undertaking will be able to offer rail freight services on every line in every EU country. This market liberalisation will allow the rail freight operators to complete with each other wherever it makes business sense and...
With a printed introduction and a selection of technical literature backed up by Computer Based Training and supplementary essays, on CD-ROM, this unit allows you to familiarize yourself with the subject matter and make it a competency.
This edition presents the latest findings on the dynamic use of subsoil and railway bridges; the upgrading of the points and the overhead line; equipping the route with continuous train control systems (LZB); measures to protect passengers on fast track line platforms; and the complete reconstruction of the Wittenberg railway junction....
Crossing the Taunus and Westerwald mountain ranges, combined with the goal of building and operating a dedicated passenger traffic route with a maximum speed of 300 km / h, required technical advances in rail systems and considerable engineering ability. Focussing on the essentials, those who implemented this project, give interesting insights...
This book fills the gap in the market between the numerous theoretical works, which are limited to one topic or few specific topics on rail vehicle technology, and the books for professionals. The target group for this book is students of railways and rail vehicle technology as well as professionals from the industry who wish to refresh or...
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