Figure 3 presents only 2 levels on the primary side realised by the matrix converters MC -), however the real application will consist of a higher number of levels (for example 14 cells which use 6.5 kV semiconductor elements on 25 kV trolley line
We have secured the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley which offers an ideal place for the conference, with more than ample meeting space, great low rates, and a convenient location on the trolley line
. More information on the conference is available in this Bulletin and on our website.
Their discouraging outlook is like that of an old lady who watched the first trial of a new trolley line
The building fronts a city plaza to the west--a popular hub for pedestrians and cyclists-and the Central City trolley line
literally swings by its front door.
Not only did the trolley line
provide transportation to the amusement park, but also made commuting to downtown jobs feasible for suburban dwellers.
The popularity of the trolley line
peaked just prior to World War 1, when new owners again changed the name to the Southern Railway and Light Co.
has selected HDR, Omaha, Neb., to develop a feasibility study for an 8-mile trolley line
that would connect downtown Atlanta to Buckhead using the famed Peachtree Street corridor.
They've just opened up a trolley line
that goes from the redone Ferry Building at the foot of Market Street all the way to the Fisherman's Wharf area.
And all those in the trolley line
suddenly stared at their shoes The response, in whispered tones from the checkout assistant revealed all.
He's president of Railbike Tours, which plans to offer 10-mile round-trip tours this summer on the Willamette Shore Trolley Line
that runs from Portland to Lake Oswego.
More recently, OKI released the results of its study from a national consulting firm "quantifying" the benefits of the first leg of the proposed multibillion dollar rail system, a light-rail trolley line
extending from Northern Kentucky through the downtown of Cincinnati and up to its northern suburbs.
Charles trolley line
, which uses well-maintained 1920s streetcars to transport tourists (who are drawn to the novelty of old-style transit) and residents (who commute easily to work, shopping, and two universities).