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Italy to launch Ferrari-style high-speed train

Making its debut next week, the Italo has a top speed of 186 mph and will connect Milan, Rome, and Naples in high style.

By April 21, 2012

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Inside the high-speed Italo Ferrari train (photos)

This stylish rail service will connect Milan, Rome, and Naples starting April 28, and aims for 9 million annual passengers by the end of 2014.

9 Images By April 21, 2012

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Non-stop high-speed train concept excites and terrifies in equal measure

Here's a terrifying new concept: a high-speed train that never stops. Passengers instead cross over via a 'feeder tram' that matches the speed of the main train. Scary? You betcha.

By June 24, 2011

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High-speed Euro train system gets solar power

Tunnel lined with 16,000 solar panels can now power things like signaling, lighting, and heating for the high-speed rail system.

By June 8, 2011

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'Atlas Shrugged' pushing high-speed rail?

Trailer for 'Part I' shows trains very similar to proposed U.S. high-speed rail trains, in contrast to Rand's original railroad track and bridge update plot.

By February 17, 2011

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Japan's new Series E7 bullet train: Understated, luxurious

If you can afford a first-class seat, this 160 mph bullet train promises a plush ride to Nagano and the Sea of Japan.

By December 17, 2013

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High-speed rail to get $336 million more from feds

With the latest installment, California and several Midwestern states are getting at total of $782 million to purchase locomotives and rail cars. Some of that comes from funding other states rejected.

By August 4, 2011

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Siemens onboard for high-speed trains in China

Japan and European countries like France have had them for decades. But now the race to build high-speed trains seems to have taken off in two of the leading world economies.

By March 20, 2009