Question 1: Testing was further delayed due to a railway strike in Canada,
which led the consortium to explore moving the high-speed tests to
the U.S.'s facility in ________.
Question 2: The same basic car forms the basis of the ________ in
the U.S., and the British Class 221.
Question 3: Unlike the East Coast Line, the
Corridor was being used both for freight and passenger service, so
electrification was not an attractive option for its owners, ________
Question 4: Although the last LRC
locomotive was removed from service on 12 December 2001, the
passenger cars are still in widespread use and form the backbone of
Question 5: eventually purchased locally made versions of the
Question 6: This concept,
known as " superelevation" or cant, was
being applied to new lines in Japan in the 1960s, and ________ and other European nations were planning
to introduce their own canted lines in the 1970s.
Question 7: A great
improvement could be had by making the system "active", reading the
forces on the cars and quickly rotating them to the proper angle
Question 9: Any plans to
purchase the LRC were put on hold while newly forming ________
was setting up.
Question 10: Tilting systems had been introduced in service by the
Spanish ________, but this system
was "passive" and took some time to respond to curves.