That's the idea behind this concept train from China. Check out the video below which demonstrates how it works: Passengers step onto a compartment platform above an incoming train, which is then snagged by the train as it moves through the platform. At the next station, anyone wanting to get off moves up into the compartment, which is then snagged by the station. The train itself never stops, it simply trades embarkation capsules as its moves through a station, giving passengers a window of time to board without the train needing to stop.
The page includes the Java program and the Press Release (not exactly what I meant but somewhat is easier to understand). Personal copy of the published work is also available upon request.
Please feel free to distribute this research output to your colleagues, especially for those who has interest in transportation planning & engineering. Hopefully it will help the other researchers to understand our research work.
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