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Japan and India will to sign agreement for India’s first bullet train

| News, Transportation News | 12/07/2015

Japan's Bullet Train to India

India-Japan to sign a pact for India’s first bullet train
Date: Dec 7, 2015
Source: Business Inside India

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is coming to India on 11th December, and during his tour, he is most likely to finalise an agreement on high-speed train services in India, which means that India can soon get its first ‘Bullet Train‘.

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Japan’s high-speed rail will spur economic benefits across Texas – Potential impact of more than $36 billion

| News, Transportation News | 11/15/2015

Japan's high-speed rail will spur economic benefits across Texas

High-speed rail will spur economic benefits across Texas
Date: Oct 15, 2015
Source: Texas Central Partners, LLC

Independent study projects potential impact of more than $36 billion

  • All counties, cities and school districts touched by the Dallas-to-Houston route will share in the financial benefits, even before the trains begin operating
  • New Jobs, new tax revenue for local governments and new private developments generated by the project will create a”ripple effect across Texas”
  • The privately developed rail system will generate income to help the state serve Texans
  • Brazos Valley Station confirmed as third destination at commencement of
    operations

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Shinzo Abe agreed to memorandum of cooperation with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan about several areas including maglev high-speed rail

| News, Transportation News | 06/07/2015

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan sits on board a magnetic-levitation (maglev) train at the Yamanashi Maglev Test Track.

Larry Hogan just asked for $28M to develop a maglev train line between Baltimore and D.C.
Date: June 4, 2015
Source: Baltimore Business Journal by Rick Seltzer

Gov. Larry Hogan isn’t just riding a magnetic levitation train in Japan during his trade trip to Asia. His administration is boosting a private effort to build such a super-fast train at home between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

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Japan to develop Thai high-speed rail links

| News, Transportation News | 05/26/2015

Thai high-speed rail route

Japan to develop Thai high-speed rail links
Date: May 12, 2015
Source: The Straits Times

BANGKOK – Japan has signalled its intention to help develop three multibillion-dollar high-speed railway routes in Thailand.

Both sides will sign a memorandum of cooperation (MOC) this month on joint development of the Bangkok-to-Chiang Mai, Kanchanaburi-Bangkok-Laem Chabang and Bangkok-to-Sa Kaew rail lines.

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Mitsubishi and Hitachi To Supply and Install Train Signaling Systems in Myanmar

| News, Transportation News | 05/18/2015

Map - Mitsubishi Corporation and Hitachi Ltd. To Supply and Install Train Signaling Systems in Myanmar

Mitsubishi Corporation and Hitachi Ltd. To Supply and Install Train Signaling Systems in Myanmar
Date: May 18, 2015
Source: Mitsubishi Corporation

Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) and Hitachi Ltd. (Hitachi) are pleased to announce the conclusion of a contract to supply and install railway signaling systems in Myanmar. The contract, signed with Myanma Railways on May 15, 2015, amounts to approximately 2.4 billion yen and will be covered by grant aid from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Completion of the project is scheduled for June 2017.

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UIC HighSpeed 2015 – 9th World Congress on High Speed Rail

| Events, Tokyo Events & Expo, Transportation Events & Expo | 03/03/2015

Tokyo 2015 High Speed

9th World Congress on High Speed Rail
Dates: July 7 (Tue) – 10 (Fri), 2015
Venue: Tokyo International Forum
Organizers: International Union of Railways (UIC), East Japan Railway Company (JR East)
Official Website: www.uic-highspeed2015.com
Email: uic2015@smj.co.jp
Tel: +81-3-3512-5674
Fax: +81-3-3512-5680

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Four Japanese Firms Receives Letter of Conditional Acceptance for Doha Metro Construction in Qatar

| News, Transportation News | 03/02/2015

Qatar Doha Metro - Japanese Firms

Five Member Consortium of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Corporation, Hitachi, Kinki Sharyo and Thales Receives Letter of Conditional Acceptance for Doha Metro Construction
Date: Feb 20, 2015
Source: Hitachi, Ltd.

On February 20 2015, a consortium consisting of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.; Mitsubishi Corporation; Hitachi, Ltd.; The Kinki Sharyo Co., Ltd.; and Thales received a Letter of Conditional Acceptance from the Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) for a systems package for the Doha Metro, the first metro system to be constructed in the State of Qatar. This is one of the world’s largest projects for a single metro system. Construction is scheduled for completion by October 2019.

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Mitsubishi receive first order for automated unmanned railway system from Brazil

| Transportation News | 08/18/2014

MHI - Automated People Movers

MHI to Construct Automated Unmanned Railway System For São Paulo Metro Line 6 in Brazil – First Order for Railway System from Latin America -
Date: Aug 18, 2014
Source: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Tokyo, August 18, 2014 – Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), in cooperation with Mitsui & Co., Ltd., has received an order from the Concessionária Move São Paulo for the turnkey construction and delivery of the fully automated driverless system for São Paulo Metro Line 6-(Project). The Concessionária Move São Paulo is in charge of the construction and operation of the Project. This is MHI’s first railway systems in Latin America and expected to complete in 2020.

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East Japan Railway tech advice to Britain’s HS2 for construct a 531km Y-shaped high-speed network

| News, Transportation News | 04/04/2014

East Japan Railway & High Speed Two

HS2 appoints JR East as a consultant
Date: Apr 03, 2014
Source: by Kevin Smith – International Railway Journal

EAST Japan Railway (JR East) has confirmed that it has been appointed as a consultant by Britain’s HS2 (High Speed Two), the company overseeing the project to construct a 531km Y-shaped high-speed network from London to central and northern England.

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