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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Contract award notice: Procurement of: 1 low-floor solo vehicle in mvg version - 1 low-floor articulated articulated train (21m) mvg version - purchase of a low-floor bus with hanger equipment in mvg version and one passenger hanger in mvg version
We actually built a prototype of an articulated train in the 1970s but it was deemed a lot of extra expense.
Contract notice: procurement of: 1 low floor single-axle vehicle in mvg version - 1 low-floor articulated long-distance articulated train (21 m) mvg version - purchase of a low-floor bus with hanger equipment in mvg design and one passenger hanger in mvg version.
FLIRT is Stadlers success story, with more than 1,400 units of the modular articulated train in service worldwide.
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.
Articulated trains might also create additional under-frame space, which might provide a location for air conditioning packs.
In the future, trainsets and articulated trains will have to be maintained in the north-west part of the "Tannwald" vehicles in the Olten workshops.
The driverless and articulated trains can carry up to 600 passengers and have a top speed of 80 km/h, operating in both directions.
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.
The previously designed for two-car garage should both structurally and on the other hand adapted at the workshop equipment for the processing of articulated trains.