Siemens and Russian Railways to develop high-speed train with an average speed of 360 km / h – Business & Economy

MOSCOW, November 22. / TASS /. Siemens and Russian Railways have signed a contract for the development of a high-speed train for use at Moscow-St. The St. Petersburg high-speed line from 2028, Siemens Russia President Alexander Liberov said on Monday at a forum. “In collaboration with our Russian partner, we …

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ALSTOM SA: Alstom will transfer the Coradia Polyvalent platform, the Reichshoffen site and the TALENT 3 platform to CAF

Alstom To transfer Coradia Versatile platform, ReichshofFon the site and TALENT 3 platform for FAC Commitment to European Commission with regard to the acquisition of Bombardier Transportation 24 November 2021 – Alstom today announced that it has agreed to sell its Coradia Polyvalent platform, its production site in Reichshoffen in …

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Woman died in road accident 2

UPDATE 11/23/21 at 9 p.m. MASON COUNTY, West Virginia (WSAZ) – A woman died Tuesday night in a frontal crash on National Highway 2 in the Gallipolis Ferry area, according to West Virginia State Police. Mallory Greenlee, 37, of Gallipolis Ferry, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Sgt. …

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Port Authority Announces Housing and Pedestrian Accessibility Plans for South Hills Junction Station | News | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP photo: Jared Wickerham The Potomac light metro station in Dormont Pittsburgh doesn’t have a lot of underground subway stations, but the city has plenty of surface transit stations for its streetcar and bus lines. And with some of the larger stations, the Allegheny County Port Authority …

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Dean David Van Slyke on the recently passed infrastructure bill

Reporters seeking expert advice on all infrastructure issues, please see comments from David M. Van Slyke, Dean of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and the Louis Chair A. Bantle in trade and government policy. David Van Slyke Van Slyke is a leading international expert …

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What if we imagine a better public transportation system?

My first flight to San Antonio was on Trans Texas Airways, affectionately known as Tree Top Airways. Without a gangway, I walked down the stairs of the plane to a hot tarmac in a building that was nothing more than a counter / baggage claim area. We’ve come a long …

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Cars underwater as Bangalore and Chennai neighborhoods flood after rain

Overnight rains in northern Bengaluru have caused severe waterlogging in several parts of the city. Bangalore / Chennai: Several cars were submerged in water in northern Bengaluru and many neighborhoods in pockets of northern Chennai in Manali were flooded after these areas experienced heavy flooding following torrential rains in parts …

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Meeting of the Commission on Human Rights on 23 November 2021 | Calendar | Human Rights Commission

Agenda First district: Howard Sapper (general officer), Kathleen Finigan, Omar Paz Jr. Second district: Elizabeth Escalante (vice-president), Isai Garcia, Iliana Madrigal Third district: Katrina Phillips (President), Isabel Lopez Fourth district: Paulina Lopez, Rosa Reynoza Fifth district: Lyndsey Burcina Staff: Meira Bowcut, administrative assistant The Human Rights Commission meeting on November …

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All Electric Part 2: What I Missed In Part 1

Thanks to the many comments on my first post, I am including a lot of electrical stuff that I missed in my first version of “All electric. “ Hunter electric skateboard designed to reduce the risk of falls. Image courtesy of Hunter. Perhaps the smallest electric vehicle on the market …

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White’s Ferry owner pushes Rockland Farm to land

In a new statement, ferry owner Chuck Kuhn accuses Virginia landowner of insulting him. But Rockland Farm claims an arbitration offer is on the table LEESBURG, Virginia – Another shot has been fired across the Potomac River in the dispute that kept the Historic White’s Ferry on the ground for …

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