Tom Rutkowski, VP & Chief Mechanical Officer at Brightline, dives into the development of train interiors today and how train operators are meeting the changing needs of rail travellers, what they want from their on-board experience, and how modern interiors can harness innovation while improving safety measures.
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Reducing emissions and how the rail sector contributes to climate change are topics high on the agenda for many organisations in the industry. With companies seeking more sustainable options, the authors in this In-Depth Focus explore the opportunities of alternative fuels and the importance of how innovative initiatives can enable…
Packed full of exclusive content, including: the traction power supply of the Wendlingen–Ulm high-speed rail line; what passengers in the UK want from their journeys; Roundtable on Digital Automatic Coupling; Track Technologies and Alternative Fuels In-Depth Focuses; and much more!
The completed construction zone is the first of its kind in the United States; it integrates high-speed passenger rail into an active airport.
The Bright Blue 2 has arrived in Orlando, the train represents Brightline’s commitment to creating the country’s first and only private high-speed rail network.
U.S. passenger operator, Brightline, has broken ground on its new and fifth station at Boca Raton, which has been described as "a game-changer" for the city.
Brightline has entered a critical step towards the completion of its intercity rail system connecting Miami and Orlando, with the launch of test trains running between West Palm Beach and Cocoa.
Brightline will return to service between its Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach stations on 8 November 2021, and offer multiple service enhancements and investments to the travel experience.
The first of Brightline's newest modern high-speed trainsets will be taken to West Palm Beach, where it will be stationed in preparation for Brightline’s high-speed rail corridor expansion.
Brightline, the only provider of modern, eco-friendly, high-speed rail in America, unveiled its plans to resume service in November 2021, with brand new enhancements and upgrades.
Brightline Trains, the only privately funded high-speed passenger rail system in the U.S., has appointed a software company to elevate its customer app with journey planning capabilities.
Located at the south end of the famed Las Vegas Blvd., the 110-acre location will create a convenient hub for passengers to connect easily upon arrival in Las Vegas.
Michael Reininger, Brightline's CEO, has presented to a U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee with several recommendations on the steps that Congress can take to unlock more private investment into high-speed rail.