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293 km/h – new speed recotd on Polish tracks


25 years of Pendolino


World report
Spain plans in 2014 an increase of 21% expenses on railways; PRESS railway of South Africa buys a lot of rolling stock in Alstom, France; SNCF will purchase electric-diesel units CORADIA Liner as intercity trains; 7 pages.

Locomotives and multiply units on EXPO 1520 Fair In Szczerbinka Moscow


EU news
The Commission is taking Germany to the European Court of Justice for failure to divide financial flows between railway operators and infrastructure manager; Alternative fuels for transport - Committee of Parliament votes to support the development of alternative fuels; 1 page.
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Inland news
Modern rail bus from the company Newag SA joined rolling stock of Mazovia Railways; 1 page.

Trako Fair 2013


European good practices in the scope infomobility and regional transport plans
Author: Izabela Jeleń, Bartosz Guszczak
In recent times can be observed in Poland an increased interest public administration representatives in issues related to the mobile services in information, which is primarily due to the provisions contained in the Act of 16 December 2010 on the public transport. The answer to that interest is POLITE project, whose theme is to develop policies related to information technology in public transport. This article attempts to characterize both mobile services as well as project POLITE. 4 pages.
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Railway tourism. Luxury trains (1)
Author: Joanna Hawlena
Few inventions influenced so much the development of civilization as railways. Developpment of railway network on continents made everyone who had means to purchase a ticket able to quickly and easily reach places previously available only to experienced travellers. Thanks to railways considerable distances were travelled quickly, efficiently and more effectively not only by people, but also by hundreds of tons of goods. No other mode of transport was able to transport a greater quantity of goods within the continent than railways. 7 pages.

Cable bundles for railway vehicles - implementations and good practices of the design
Author: Tadeusz Maciołek, Matthias Potzsch, Sławomir Wesołek
Proper design and distribution of electrical installation in rail rolling stock is essential for the stable functioning of the electrical system of the vehicle, and later eliminates many operational problems. The article discusses in particular the electrical wiring of multiple units as the most advanced and extensive rail vehicle structure. Other traction vehicles (Diesel multiple units, railcars) are simpler in terms of power, or more compact (locomotives). 4 pages.

Diesel coaches and multiply units class DH1 and DH2
Author: Marek Graff
Engine-powered railcars and multiple units DH1 and DH2 series (known. Wadlopers) were purchased the Dutch railways (NS) in 1981-1982 in the German factory Waggonfabrik Uerdingen AG to handle passenger traffic in the provinces of Groningen and Friesland in the North of the country. Currently, some of these vehicles, after a small upgrade are operated in Poland. 4 pages.

Current tests of tram’s pantgraphs
Author: Marek Sitarz, Andrzej Hełka, Adam Mańka, Franciszek Lipiński
Relevant requirements and methodology of research on the tram current collectors are included in the standard PN-K-92004: 1997 [1]. However, when it comes to research related to current capacity, both guidance on research methodology and evaluation criteria are very scarce. There is much information missing about the conditions of testing and evaluation criteria related to the PN-69 / E-0612 [2], which is already withdrawn. In addition, PN-K-92004: 1997 [1] does not provide for the possibility of testing the pantographs current carrying capacity for the current parameters larger than standard. 2 pages.

Analysis of controlled collisions of the tram with a car and load-carrying from a point of view of the safety of passengers and tram drivers
Author: Marek Sitarz, Ilona Mańka, Adam Mańka
Due to the fact that in Poland many tram lines not only intersect roads but also are a part of them, there is a high risk of collisions and accidents for the users of road transport and tram. These accidents are particularly dangerous for people involved in the incident, due to the significant difference of the masses, and also from the point of view of the driver's safety, trams old design (most of them are structures based on the model 105N from 70s of XX century), which is an essential factor in collisions with another tram or with a lorry. 4 pages.





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