Railway Age 2003 February Remote control technology trumps tradition
Railway Age 2003 February Remote control technology trumps tradition

Railway Age 2003 February Remote control technology trumps tradition

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Railway Age 2003 February
44 pages
1 Industry Indicators
6 Industry Outlook
8 Market
36 People
36 100 Years Ago
36 Meetings
36 Advertising Sales
37 Company Index
37 Advertising Index
37 Letters
38 Products
39 Professional Directory
40 Classified
4 From the Editor
10 Best Practices
Rail update12 GE's engine of change; BNSF, UP job cuts.
World update16 A "NEW" Silk Road to China.
Transit update17 Amtrak down to the wire-again.
19A potent combination-Tests conducted by Genessee & Wyoming show that a mother/slug locomotive set can be a cost-effective alternative to a conventional two-unit consist.
21Technology trumps tradition-Successful pilot programs, a new wave of technology, and labor conflicts mark the widespread implementation of locomotive remote control in the U.S.
29Re-bridging the gap-To keep trains moving in high-traffic areas, railroads are trying innovative methods to rapidly replace bridges.
30Rail is the future-Ottawa's pioneering diesel light rail transit service is the starting point for a planned C$3.25 billion public transportation system.
33Brutish bearings bear the brunt-Worried about roller bearing failures under extremely heavy axle loads? Don't fret. Today's bearings are designed to take a pounding and keep on rolling, mile after mile.
35TTCI plays detective-What do InteRRIS', TPDs, and TADS have in common? They're all important components in building a comprehensive continent-wide system of wayside-monitoring technologies.

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