Talgo Train On 29th May 2016, India opened its railway infrastructure for an ambitious upgrade by running a trial of the Talgo train on the Bareilly-Moradabad-Saharanpur route. The Spanish high-speed passenger trains manufacturer has been given the opportunity to revolutionize the existing railway services by improving the speeds at which the passengers in India commute. The media has touted that these trains would be able to deliver a speed of about 200 kmph at peak performance. However, the speeds achieved in the trial runs by a series 9 (Talgo 9) train have not met the desired expectations. The initial trial saw the train achieve 80 kmph. In the second trial, the speed went up to 90 kmph. In the latest trials conducted with adjustments for Indian conditions, a maximum speed of 120 kmph was achieved without any complications. In the recent run on the Delhi to Mumbai Rajdhani route, Talgo saw a maximum speed of 140 kmph, completing the 1400 km journey in 12 hours and 7 m
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