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Jan 24, 2021Seth Moulton pushes for $205 billion high-speed rail to rebuild U.S. infrastructure and economy Congressman appointed to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in

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  • Toshiba bags new contract from Taiwan High Speed Rail

    Toshiba Infrastructure Systems Solutions (TISS) has secured a contract from Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation to deliver replacement electric equipment. Under the agreement, TISS will supply replacement electric equipment for 30 Series 700T trainsets operated by the Taiwan High Speed Rail.

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  • Northeast High-Speed Rail Project Races Forward — ecoRI

    Feb 05, 2021The proposed high-speed rail system would reduce travel times significantly. (North Atlantic Rail) NAR steering committee members have estimated that the project would cost a total of $105 billion to design and build the top priority projects and trunk line.

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  • It Has Been Slow To Arrive, But High-Speed Rail Could Be

    In 2016, federal officials unveiled a plan for high-speed rail along the Northeast Corridor that included a 50-mile passage from Old Saybrook to the village of Kenyon, R.I. The route went through

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  • The carbon high-speed rail impacts of High Speed 2

    High-speed rail has similar carbon emissions per passenger-km to conventional intercity rail. This is because the effects of operation at higher speed are outweighed by the benefits of carrying greater numbers of passengers at a steadier speed. High-speed trains have over 1,000 seats per train and are typically 70%-80% full.

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  • Toshiba Railway Technologies To Put Indian Railways On A

    Toshiba’s Railway Systems Division started producing the main motors for rolling stock back in 1899, and is today one of the world’s most experienced firms in railway technology. It has played stellar roles in the Taiwan High-Speed Rail, Philippine Metro, China Metro and several other railway technological marvels around the globe.

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  • Locomotive Emission Inventories for the United States

    Class I line-haul activities are the largest source of rail-related emissions, with estimates of Class I line-haul fuel consumption totals to be from 74 to 84% of all rail sources combined4, 5. For this reason, characterizing Class I line-haul emissions were a focal point of the inventory development efforts.

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  • Toshiba Infrastructure Systems Solutions Corporation

    KAWASAKI, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Infrastructure Systems Solutions Corporation (hereafter TISS) has received an order for traction system electrical equipment for 520 cars of commuter

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  • High speed trains’ electrical equipment to be replaced

    TAIWAN: Toshiba Infrastructure Systems amp; Solutions Corp has been awarded a contract to supply replacement electrical equipment for Taiwan High Speed Rail Corps fleet of 30 Series 700T trainsets. TISS will manufacture the equipment at its Fuchu site in Japan for delivery from the first half of

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  • Toshibas Westinghouse files for bankruptcy as charges

    Mar 29, 2017Toshiba acquired Westinghouse in 2006 for US$5.4 billion, then a major bet on a rebirth in nuclear projects due to high oil and gas prices, and a conviction governments would cap carbon emissions to prevent global warming.

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  • Seth Moulton pushes for $205 billion high speed rail to

    Jan 24, 2021Seth Moulton pushes for $205 billion high-speed rail to rebuild U.S. infrastructure and economy Congressman appointed to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in

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  • California pushes back high-speed rail construction deadline

    Feb 06, 20211 of 5 FILE - This Oct. 9, 2019, file photo shows the high speed rail viaduct paralleling Highway 99 near Fresno, Calif. Brian Kelly, the chief executive officer of The California High-Speed Rail

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  • Californias ever-shrinking high-speed rail plan

    Feb 12, 2021FILE - This Dec. 6, 2017, file photo shows one of the elevated sections of the high-speed rail under construction in Fresno, Calif. An audit released by the State Auditor on Thursday, Nov. 15

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  • Impact of Hydrogen for Rail Applications

    2 Klebanoff, et al. “Comparison of the greenhouse gas and criteria pollutant emissions from the SF-BREEZE high -speed fuel-cell ferry with a diesel ferry” Transportation Research Part D 54 (2017) 250268-3 40 CFR 1033.101, Table 2 – Electrified rail based on Toshiba power conversion unit for rail • Refueling time and system life

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  • Sustainability Report 2020 - California High-Speed Rail

    and planes to clean, zero-emission high-speed rail trains. We project that the system will save 3,000 tons of air pollution each year in vulnerable communities. The system will save 2 million metric tons of carbon each year, equivalent to taking 432,000 cars off the

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