The Most Efficient Way to Save the Planet

September 2010
Railway Gazette International;Sep2010, Vol. 166 Issue 9, Special Section p6
Trade Publication
This article explains the achievement of sustainable mobility by railways as the most efficient way to save the environment. It attributes the need for sustainable mobility to volatile energy costs, demands of increasing operating efficiency and tough competition facing railroad operators. It also recognizes the development of innovative products and services for railways that will help in achieving sustainable mobility, including energy-efficient trains.


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