Changing Direction Faster -
The bi-level cars are a current feature of the modern German Railroad, Inc. They allow a clearly larger passenger capacity without expensive expansion of the station platforms. The type DBbzf 761 cab control car goes well with the bi-level intermediate cars and enables rational push/pull service without the time-consuming process of changing the locomotive at the end station. The reason for this is that, depending on the direction of travel, the bi-level cab control car is either being pulled at the end of train or pushed at the front of the train.