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World report
Japanese Maglev train reached during tests a speed 600 km / h; The end of the car train running from Netherlands-Italy; Region of Aosta orders first multiple units Flirt powered electric and diesel engines; 10 pages.

EU news
Bremen and Ostersund are the winners in the field of sustainable urban mobility in Europe; New rules for safer and more environmentally friendly trucks; 1 page

Inland news
Tramino Olsztyn tested in Poznań;  Bombardier will supply railway traffic control devices on section of transport corridor E59Wroclaw-Poznan; 1 page

Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna – prospects of development
Author: Alina Giedryś, Ewa Raczyńska-Buława
The 15th June this year is the first anniversary of the opening of the Lodz Agglomeration Railway connections. The first trains LKA joined the capital of the region with Sieradz. It was the beginning of a new era in the field of rail transport in the region - the operator disposes an entirely new fleet of air-conditioned and adapted to the needs of people with reduced mobility rolling stock which is serviced in a technical center - one of the most modern in Europe. 5 pages.

The new hybrid trains in Japan
Author: Akihiro Nakamura
Hybrid (diesel-electric) multiple units were delivered to the service of lines of Senseki and Tohoku in Japan in early 2015 when it became necessary to provide an alternative service after the earthquake and tsunami of mid-March 2011. 1 page.
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Launching the Hokuriku Shinkansen High Speed Line
Author: Akihiro Nakamura
In mid-March 2015 was opened a high-speed section of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, which is an extension of Nagano Shinkansen lines of the course of Tokyo-Nagano. 2 pages.

Evaluation of the European transport policy for the first half of the 21st century
Author: Karolina Ziółkowska, Andrzej Abramowicz
The European Commission has been preparing to midterm evaluations of the European transport policy since 2011. At present broad social consultation remain in order to collect the opinions of different stakeholders, concerning the White Paper “Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system” [2]. This year in February CER published assesment of assumptions implementation of the transport policy [1], which results were presented in the article.
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Non-sustainable of development transport in Poland
Author: Tadeusz Dyr
In February of 2015 the European Commission published documents assessing the economic situation of individual Member States in terms of the objectives of the strategy "Europe 2020" [8]. They form the basis for formulating recommendations relating to the measures necessary for the restoration of economic recovery. Among the areas evaluated were included investments in the transport sector. This article discusses the conclesions relating to the development of transport infrastructure in Poland. 4 pages.
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Flirt – electrical multiple units
Author: Marek Graff
For several years, on railway networks are operated modern electrical multiple units Flirt, designed by the Swiss company Stadler and manufactured in Siedlce. Those purchased by the Mazowieckie and Slaskie Railways, are designed to handle regional traffic; agglomeration versions are operated by Lodz Agglomeration Railway. Long-distance units for PKP Intercity are being tested. Although the new trains are not cheap, the operators authorities are counting on the fact that small expenditures for their maintenance will quickly offset the cost of purchase, and passengers will experience a positive change in relation to travel with so far exploited EMUs EN57 series or carriages trainsets. 15 pages.

Influence of the spatial structure of the power supply arrangement on the energy consumption – measurements of transmission losses
Author: Mikołaj Bartłomiejczyk, Marcin Połom
In the article “The impact of the spatial structure of the energy supply on the urban traffic power consumption - measurements of recuperation” [4] was presented a theoretical analysis of the impact of the spatial structure of the supply system on the regenerative braking efficiency and the volume of transmission losses. The second part of the article was devoted to analysing the results of studies measuring recuperation in Gdynia trolleybus network. This article closely follows the theoretical calculations presented in the first part, in which with the simulation method was specified catenary energy transmission losses and the impact of the structure of the power system on her. 3 pages.





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