Nicholas Little, director, Center for Railway Research and Education Railways are almost 200 years old, yet are still adopting new technologies. Today’s rail network is a result of history, competition, and survival. Fierce competition from cars and trucks has taken its toll, but opportunities abound. This presentation will look at what made today’s railways, what they are, and explore what MSU can contribute in terms of research and education.
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