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World report
Alstom presented the first team Régiolis; The opening of a tunnel of 11.2 km length in India; Electrification of the local line in the Czech Republic; p. 3
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EU news
The support for a technical pillar of the IVth Railway Package; Small and medium sized railway companies share their concerns about the Commission's approach to market opening;

Inland news
The production of the first train FLIRT for Łódź Agglomeration Railway has begun; Railcars from Pesa for RZD; p. 2;

Infrastructure of the transport in the concept of spatial planning of the Poland
Author: Tadeusz Dyr
The concept of spatial development of the country, in accordance with the Act of 27 March 2003 on Spatial Planning and Development [12] specifies the conditions, objectives and directions of sustainable development of the country and the activities necessary to achieve it. An important part of it is the arrangement of transport infrastructure objects. From this perspective, the National Spatial Development Concept 2030 (KPZK 2030) [11] is the most important national strategic document on spatial development of the country, significantly affecting the directions of infrastructure investments in the transport sector. p. 10;

Passive safety in trams
Throughout the world companies dealing with public transport, choosing new rolling stock to their tram or rail network pay attention to the technical parameters: speed, number of passengers, economical, ecological engines and many other operational indicators. An increasingly original appearance (design) of the vehicle is also important, but everyone in their requirements in the first place should put solutions to improve safety. This concerns the safety of passengers, goods and the vehicle itself. The security level for passenger trains is regulated by the European standard EN-15227 and its fulfillment should be for designers one of the most important and fundamental criteria. p. 1;

Electric team trains of the type ETR610 serie ED250 for PKP Intercity S.A. 09
Author: Adam Wawrzyniak
11 May 1994 at 13.14 on the Central Trunk Line (CMK) was beaten Polish rail speed record. Multiple unit "Pendolino" ETR 460 manufactured by Fiat Ferroviaria reached speed 250.1 km / h. The project was part of presentation the high-speed train produced by localized in Italian Fiat factory in Savigliano Ferroviariaw since the second half of the 90s, after the start of the modernization of the Main Railway Line (CMK), Polish State Railways decided to order high-speed trains with tilting and in 1997 signed a tender for its supply. Bids were submitted by Siemens, ADtranz and Fiat Ferroviaria. The tender was won by Fiat, which offered 16 series ETR460 Pendolino trains. Due to problems with financing the project tender was invalidated by the end of 1999, p. 5;

Technology ErgoCradle™ already for us
In late August, Intercity, as the first operator in Europe, put into operation upgraded wagons type 140A (first class) and 141A (2nd class) with armchairs with used an active ErgoCradle ™ technology giving, as demonstrated tests conducted on DB Regio passenger "an unexpected comfort." p. 1;

New fast trains of Ukrainian Railways
Author: Marek Graff
The first fast passenger trains on the UZ network appeared after 2000. It was, among other Stolicznyj Express, which runs between Kiev and Kharkov, paired with wagons run by the locomotive. To support them in the national factory were ordered KWSZ wagons fitted with seats type: 61-779B, 61-779D and 61-779. Another impuls to the extension of the offer was an organization of Euro 2012 Football Championship in June 2012. Then railways of Ukraine purchased 10 dual-mode (3 kV DC, 25 kV 50 Hz) trainsets, designated as a series of HRCS2 (001-010) to support high-speed day transport between the cities-organizers of the championship - Kiev, Lviv, Donetsk and Kharkiv. p. 3;
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Railway buffers. Requirements. Design. Examinations. Part 1. Division of buffers
Author: Marek Sitarz, Wojciech Gamon
Buffers, as the system to mitigate longitudinal forces influencing rail vehicles, play a huge role in the operation of rolling stock. Their task is also to ensure the conformity of vehicle run direction, allowing manoeuvring, such as coupling or uncoupling vehicles, as well as to ensure the safety of vehicles on the movement in curves [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]. Also affect significantly the comfort of passengers and the safety of transported people and cargo. The requirements related to railway buffers are placed in standard EN--15551: 2009 + A1 "Railway applications - Railway rolling stock - Buffers" and in the pages of UIC 526. p. 7;

Prospect of using the alternative drive in the Lublin trolleybuses
Author: Mikołaj Bartłomiejczyk, Marcin Połom
Trolleybus is an intermediate solution between the bus and the tram. A classical trolleybus system does not require such significant expenses as in the case of the tram, but gives a comparatively flexible mobility. Trolleybus transport depends on the catenary power supply which become a burden in operation. Therefore there are solutions enabling "more flexible" trolleybuses. As technology evolves there were alternative ways to power the drive system of trolley buses by installing combustion units serving as a generator, batteries with high energy capacity or super-condenser containers. p. 3;

Connection Lodz and Kielce as an element national railway network – todays state and perspectives of development
Author: Tomasz Bużałek, Jan Raczyński
Lodz and Kielce are the capitals of the two neighboring provinces, with a distance between them of about 140 km, connected by a network of functional relations resulting both from the population potential difference in as well as complementarity offers both centers. p. 6;

State of the safety in the European Union Railways 2013
Author: Marek Sitarz, Katarzyna Chruzik, Marzena Graboń, Wojciech Gamon
Railway is one of the safest means of transport. Despite this, it is necessary to maintain and continuously improve the safety for the benefit of European citizens. Safe railway is more efficient and also more attractive to the society. Safety oversight is exercised by European Railway Agency - ERA. ERA supports the national safety authorities (National Safety Authority - NSA) and the national investigating authorities (the National Investigation Bodies - NIB) in their tasks and supports the security policy of the EU. It develops and promotes common framework for safety, as a mean to achieve an open rail market in the EU. The Agency also coordinates activities such as monitoring and provides support for the development of European Union legislation. pp. 11;
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Risk management in the railway transport
Author: Marek Pawlik
In addition to Notified Bodies (NoBo), whose task is to carry out conformity assessment processes with Community interoperability law and interoperable subsystems and Authorized Units (Debo), whose task in Poland is to conduct assessment processes in comply with national law of buildings designed for railway traffic operation and devices types for railway traffic, we also have an evaluation unit (ASBO). The task of these units is an independent assessment used by infrastructure managers and railway operators and practices in the analysis and valuation of risk and safety measures, and also carried out by them, assessment the acceptability of risk in cases of significant changes. To such changes in particular are included buildings and entering subsystems to the service, including the verification of their technical compliance with rail systems, to which they are switched and the safe integration with these subsystems. p. 4;
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