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Germany To Introduce World’s First Zero-Emission Passenger Train

11/03/2016, Trying to reduce the amount of carbon emissions isn’t just about targeting planes and cars, other forms of transport such as trains are also just as guilty. However over in Germany, they are hoping to change that by introducing what seems to be the...

Future NYC Subway Cars To Get WiFi & USB Ports

07/19/2016, If you live in New York City and you’re thinking that the trains used for the subway could do with a bit of upgrading, you might be pleased to learn that recently Governor Andrew M. Cuomo took the wraps off the design features of the city’s future...

Japan Designs New Train Lines To Protect Turtles

12/01/2015, If you don’t live in Japan, chances are the idea that a turtle could potentially disrupt train schedules might never occur to you. However it seems that in Japan, that is a problem and between 2002 to 2014, Asahi Shimbun reports that turtles were...

London’s Tube Trains Braking Could Power An Entire Station

09/25/2015, It is said that braking usually wastes a lot of energy, which is why drivers are usually asked to drive at relatively safe speeds so that when they brake, it won’t waste as much energy. In fact some companies have tried to take the energy lost from...

U.S. And China Will Construct High Speed Train Between Vegas And LA

09/17/2015, An agreement has been signed between a private U.S. venture and a China Railway Group-led consortium that will see the two come together to construct a high speed train between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The train will be quite fast, reaching speeds of...

Japan’s Maglev Train Breaks Its Own Record Yet Again

04/21/2015, Last week we reported that during a testing of Japan’s upcoming maglev train, the company managed to break its previous record by traveling at a speedy 366mph. However we reported that the company had planned on breaking that record this week and sure...