What flying looks like in 21st century America
What does it mean to be the global leader in innovative high-speed rail? Moving people faster, more efficiently and more comfortably. But there’s much more to it. It’s about revitalizing cities, creating new jobs and protecting the planet for generations to come.
What does it take to build high-speed trains that travel up to 220 mph that have accumulated over 500 million miles for the fleet and offer 99% punctuality in nine countries around the world? A partner with a 160-year legacy of engineering excellence and an eye on the future. A partner that can deliver the entire solution based on your requirements for safety, service and sustainability.
Change the way you look at the time, space and U.S. travel
Made for America by Americans
See how we’re doing it all in Sacramento, CA, from design, engineering and testing to final assembly.
Benefits for passengers and beyond
Find out how the benefits of high-speed rail extend to everyone, through economic growth, jobs and energy efficiencies.
By your side for the entire journey
Discover service and support for your entire project from signaling and electrification to train control and maintenance.
Today's success stories with tomorrow's high-speed rail
The trains in Spain
Madrid to Barcelona in less than two and a half hours isn’t only a reality; it’s a delight with a 25% more powerful air-conditioning system.
The ultimate German engineering
Reliability, low life cycle costs, and faster acceleration and deceleration are just the beginning of the story.
Crossing the boundaries of technology and geography
Not only does the Eurostar e320 set the standard for configurability on the London to Paris and Brussels route, it breaks new ground in safety.
Delivery as fast as the train
Is it possible to deliver a high-speed train in 180 days? The Velaro for Turkish Railways proved that, and much more.
Transporting more passengers doesn’t mean sacrificing comfort. Velaro for China offers a fast comfortable ride on 200 to 400 meter long trainsets.
Extreme engineering meets extreme conditions
Three hundred ninety miles from Moscow to Saint Petersburg in only three and a half hours, whether it’s 40 degrees below zero in the shade or 104 degrees in the sun.