GOING GREEEN FOR THE FUTURE TIMES

THE NEW WAY OF TRANSPORTATION: ELECTRIC TRAINS

The new invention of the electric train began as an idea in 2004 discussed by the UTA TRAX. In 2009 a team of researchers began to develop this idea. In 2014 aftee years of research and hard work a team of Engineers and developers built the first electric train. It ran in New York City, to Philadephia. This started of running 250 MPH, only 25 more miles than a regular train on the trax.

In 2017 they had decided that they wanted to expand this idea to other areas of the world. THis one train had been working well but was used only for testing a short stops. After long months and years of deliberation they decided to up the speed and evaluate ways to reach the maximum potentional.

"This has to be one of the best and easiest ways I am able to get back and forth from work, It's a long commute but comfortable and I also know I am preventing less polution instead of driving everyday."

In December of 2019, they developed a way for trains to move up to 325 MPH. Allowed for twice the ammount of passengers, and options of dining for longer train rides. Today they have released available options for any city to have an opportunity to purchase an electric train. Since then they have accumulated a net worth of 17 Billion.

Will this rid of the regular trax?

Some sources have said within the nect 10 years we will slowly start to retire the railroad track trains. Although these trains have become options, they are very expensive. In the more developed areas we will see less old trains and majority electric trains.

In 2017 they had decided that they wanted to expand this idea to other areas of the world. THis one train had been working well but was used only for testing a short stops. After long months and years of deliberation they decided to up the speed and evaluate ways to reach the maximum potentional. In 2009 a team of researchers began to develop this idea. In 2014 aftee years of research and hard work a team of Engineers and developers built the first electric train. It ran in New York City, to Philadephia. This started of running 250 MPH, only 25 more miles than a regular train on the trax