Italy: The Japanese manufacturer plans to produce a EuroMasaccio regional train by 2027.
The highest grade of automation, GoA4, has become familiar for metro and monorail and will soon be adopted in other segments of railway transport.
One of the main trends in railway transport in recent years is replacing diesel engines with alternative ones. As all major manufacturers are responsive to market demands, they develop rolling stock on alternative traction.
Japan: The passenger operator unveiled the first train with a top speed of 300 km/h. Its Tsubasa commercial operation is scheduled for the spring of 2024.
Japan: As the tests of the E956 series train are completed, Takeshi Matsunuma, Editor-in-Chief of Toyo Keizai, reviewed the high-speed train prototypes that have been produced since the early 1990s.