DB to renew ATP and signals

GERMAN Railway has launched a DM300m programme to replace its Indusi inductive train control at over 10000 signals by mid-1999. Designated PZB90, the new intermittent train control will initiate an automatic brake application should a train pass a red signal. Developed following a collision between two S-Bahn trains at Rüsselsheim ...

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