articulated train

articulated train

[är′tik·yə‚lād·əd ′trān]
(engineering)
A railroad train whose cars are permanently or semipermanently connected.
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The driverless and articulated trains can carry up to 600 passengers and have a top speed of 80 km/h, operating in both directions.
Mixed trains of RoadRailer trailers behind low-slack articulated trains are now being operated weekly on the Southern Pacific Railroad between Portland, Ore.
The first of these three-car articulated trains, which are intended for medium-density regional traffic, should enter service in the French regions during the first quarter of 2004.
The low-floor articulated trains will have capacity to accommodate nearly 1200 passengers.
The multi-system 11-car articulated trains will be 200m long and will carry up to 400 passengers.