Busy railways need faster and smarter equipment

THIS SUMMER, lineside residents around the Austrian city of Linz could have been woken by the strange sight of a blue and silver inspection vehicle trundling by, festooned with floodlights and cameras, as well as a host of advanced measurement systems. The twin-unit Track Geometry Car 4 spent a week ...

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