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Train Energy and Dynamics Simulator (TEDS) Revenue Service Validation: Volume II Mixed Manifest Train with Distributed Power
Keywords: Air brake, coupler forces, draft gear, slack action, tractive effort, TE, train dynamics validation, train operation, Train Energy and Dynamics Simulator, TEDS, rolling stock, simulation, software
Keywords: Diesel multiple unit, DMU, fuel tanks, impact test, crashworthiness, finite element analysis, FEA, puncture resistance, passenger locomotive, fuel tanks
Abstract: The Federal Railroad Administration’s (FRA) Office of Research, Development and Technology has been conducting research into passenger locomotive fuel tank crashworthiness. FRA...
Keywords: Road Pricing, Pricing Revenues
Abstract: Fifteen countries were represented at the November 2003 International Symposium on Road Pricing held in Key Biscayne, Florida. Participants discussed the rationale and motivations...
Keywords: Railroad grade crossing safety, Critical infrastructure protection, Signal technology, Physical security, Railroad police, high speed rail
Abstract: At this workshop, industry participants and stakeholders discussed requirements for intruder and obstacle detection systems for rail tracks and grade crossings.
At this workshop, industry participants and stakeholders discussed requirements for intruder and obstacle detection systems for rail tracks and grade crossings.
Intercity Freight and Passenger Rail: State and Local Project Reference Guide - Public-Private Partnership and TEA-21
Keywords: Mergers, Rail Project Opportunities, Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century
Abstract: [From the Introduction] On June 9, 1998, the President signed into law PL 105-178, the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) authorizing highway, highway safety...