The world’s fastest high-speed train, called the He Xie, has rolled off the production line in Changchun, China. The new generation train “380A” has a maximum operating speed of 380kph, or about 236mph.
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Ann Arbor is one of the biggest cities in America and you know what they say: “if you can make it in Ann Arbor, you can make it anywhere!” Well, that’s why there are plans to build a futuristic transport system between those two cities.
In futures, trams for the public mobility will differ considerably to those currently run in our town. Here is on one concept that reveals how they will look like. This tram is a futuristicvehicle envisioned by Andrew and is designed with populous cites of Japan in mind.
Designer Andrea Schoellgen’s concept proposes an upgrade to the Schwebebahn suspended monorail in Wuppertal, Germany. The designer proposes ideas to make the commute more attractive, comfortable, and useful for the passengers. A multifunctional compartment in the middle will have stroller spaces, lean elements and an open space with information screens. Commuters probably will be able to get real-time travel information from this screen, including routes and times. Colored handrails and light-up stripes for the doors will make it much easier for passengers to access the rail. More images after the jump.
The SNAP concept from designer Vít Bechynský is a concept for personal travel, though with a slight twist. While there are many concepts where such pods or personal mobility vehicles would gang up for traveling on the road, the Snap concept puts them in a train-like configuration. Each of the vehicles has the ability to connect to the SNAP train, one after the other. Each vehicle can remove from the train at specified locations, and passengers can speak to the pilot along the route, and simply rest. …Click here to read more