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From coast to coast, intelligent transportation systems are helping neighborhoods to thrive and businesses to prosper.
Best of the West
As city populations grow, transportation infrastucture must get smarter. We can help.
From coffee shops in Seattle to the music scene in Portland, the bustle of the metropolis is muted by the majestic backdrop of nature, and is supported by a well-conceived transportation system.
Growth and environmental responsibility are purposefully managed by transportation planners in the region, balancing the need for economic efficiency with the desire to improve quality of life for its citizens.
Siemens helps Portland embrace responsbile growth through
Corridors of Opportunity
The Northeast Corridor carries passengers through some of the most historic and economically vital U.S. cities.
Serving passengers via a maze of underground metro systems, intercity railways and city thoroughfares is an enormous responsibility for transportation operators - who are focused on providing safe, reliable and efficient commutes on a large scale.
Siemens helps the Northeast Corridor connect its people, culture and commerce through:
· Locomotives made in the USA, that improve reliability for millions of riders
· Regenerative braking systems that save huge amounts of energy
· Positive train control systems for safety and on-time operation
· Communications-based signaling that increases capacity on existing lines
Examples of Our Work
Siemens works with transportation companies from all over the world to modernize their infrastructure - above, on and below ground. Each project brings unique engineering challenges that must respond to spatial, logistical, mechanical and informational realities.
Our work and partnerships in the Northeastern U.S. are a great privilege and opportunity to use ingenuity, and strengthen infrastructure for millions of people who rely on it to work safely every day.
Regional Planning Association advocates increasing the pace of investment in communications based train control (CBTC)
Carnarsie line experience, along with lessons from cities such as Paris provide strong evidence of efficiency gains
Full system implementation will require station enhancements, fleet upgrades and changes to track segments
U.S. Department of Transportation initiative to connect roadside and vehicle sensor data
Potential to create innovation ecosystem that is software and intelligence driven
Siemens roadside equipment and emergency messaging software meet with prevailing standards
Seventy ACS-64 locomotives from Siemens are helping Amtrak upgrade service
Assembled in Sacramento, and made from components that exceed Amtrak's "Buy American" standards
New sensors provide early detection of maintenance requirements