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Vehicle - Rail - Passenger Train - C-3 - Bi Level

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Vehicle - Rail - Passenger Train - C-3 - Bi Level
Name Passenger Train, LIRR Bi-level Commuter
Region North America
Category Rail
Type Passenger Train
SubType C-3
Variety Bi Level
Manufacturer Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Details)
Era Era V: Modern (1979 - Present)
Year(s) of Production 1991

History: Kawasaki completed delivered of LIRR’s 134 bi-level cars in 19XX. Passengers now enjoy a smooth, quiet ride, sitting two abreast in ergonomic, side cantilevered seats that offer more leg room and luggage/storage area. Kawasaki worked with LIRR to incorporate features that appeal to its riders. Focus groups allowed passengers to select the seats and color schemes..
The bi-levels comfortably accommodate 60 passengers on the upper levels and 62 passengers on the lower level with additional seating on the middle level on the ends of the car. The LIRR delivery includes C-cars (cab cars) equipped with an engineman's compartment for push-pull operation and a restroom, T/T-cars (trailer cars with restrooms), and T-cars (trailer cars). Each car provides ample room for two wheelchairs.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI) (川崎重工業株式会社 Kawasaki Jūkōgyō Kabushiki-gaisha) /kaʊ.əˈsɑːki/ is a Japanese public multinational corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of motorcycles, heavy equipment, aerospace and defense equipment, rolling stock and ships. It is also active in the production of industrial robots, gas turbines, boilers and other industrial products. The company is named after its founder Shōzō Kawasaki, and has dual headquarters in Chūō-ku, Kobe and Minato, Tokyo.

KHI is known as one of the three major heavy industrial manufacturers of Japan, alongside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and IHI. Prior to World War II, KHI was part of the Kobe Kawasaki zaibatsu, which included Kawasaki Steel and Kawasaki Kisen. After the war, KHI became part of the DKB Group (keiretsu).

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