This 70% Low Floor LRV consists of three articulated car bodies, characterized by rounded, futuristic and friendly front shape. It will operates across the Seattle urban area with a maximum service speed of 55miles per hour(88km/h). The external painting color is a wave pattern in common with all vehicles and buses serviced by the Seattle Transportation Authority.
This 70% Low Floor LRV consists of three articulated car bodies, steel frame and FRP outer panels. It is characterized by a streamlined front end with an atmosphere of a glass wall (passenger windows and entrance doors are made of glass)
The LRV, which is friendly and easy access to the passengers, operates across the Silicon Valley in California, USA. This 70% Low Floor LRV has superior features with the maximum service speed of 55 miles per hour (90km/h).
A modern, futuristic appearance which is based on the philosophy of service proven equipment combined with promising performance suitable in the USA, is the general theme of the design concept. This car operates on a brand new line connecting Dallas downtown and its suburbs with the maximum speed of 65 miles per hour (105km/h).
The 160km/h luxury double decker train has been placed into revenue service between Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China. It consists of twelve passenger coaches manufactured by Kinki Sharyo and two Swiss electric locomotives connected with both ends of the fleet. The double deck carbody is made of stainless steel and the train is equipped with luxurious interior facilities.
This LRV, developed as third generation for Line 1 of Manila Light Rail Transit Authority, consists of total 4 vehicles. Each vehicle is consisting of 2 articulated carbodies and 3 bogies, which has 26m in length. Inorganic stainless steel carbody features boldly narrowed shape at both ends, and combination of bluecolored door and yellow stripe at upper and under part of side carbody.
The new EMU trains, which are the most advanced AC train in the world for the 21st century, consist of twelve(12) cars units for the existing East Rail, seven(7) cars units for the West Rail (to start operation in 2003), and four (4) cars units for the new Ma On Shan line. These cars employ three design concept, "Frequent Passenger Service", "Friendly to the Environment" and "Low Life Cycle Cost".
This subway train has an automatic operation feature such as "on board information system" which monitors each piece of equipment and transmits the data to the maintenance facility (ground based maintenance system). This makes it possible to monitor the trains from wayside.
This train operates from the northern to the southern suburbs througuh the metropolitan district of Cairo. The car body strength is in accordance with UIC Standards and can bear the compression strength of 2,000kN.