Worlds Fastest Bullet Train To Run between Beijing and Shanghai – Touching Top Speed of 350 kmph

Fastest Bullet Train In The World

Fastest Bullet Train In The World: China launched world’s fastest bullet train between Beijing and Shanghai. It travels 350 kph and covers 1250 km long distance in 4.5 hours from September 1 it announced. Seven pairs of bullet trains are launched to make 14 return trips with distance around 1318 km per day. Keeping in mind that fatal crash in 2011, the train limits its speed between 250 to 300 km ph. Which two bullet trains collided 40 people killed and over 190 injured. The seven pairs of bullet trains are operating under the name of “Fuxing” which is rejuvenation. It again runs with a speed of 400 km’s and monitoring the system. And slow down the trains speed automatically in case of emergencies.

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Worlds Fastest Bullet Train To Run between Beijing and Shanghai

The Beijing and Shanghai line will begin on 21 September and shorten 820 miles by four hrs thirty minutes. Nearly 600 million people travel on this route and reporting $1 billion in profits. The lines are one of the most profitable in China. The country has spent $360billion to built network high-speed rail creating largest in the world. China – one of the worlds longest high-speed railway networks accounting for 60 percent worlds total. China acquired worlds fastest bullet train running with the fastest speed.

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This high-speed network of the train is reportedly part of China efforts to stay ahead of countries like Japan, Germany, and France.  China’s bullet trains are now a key product for Beijing to sell to other countries, especially under the “Belt and road initiative”. Authorities tested the train speed to 350 km/h last month. And results convinced the officials that able to run high speeds whole line. According to Xinhua, trains are even capable to run even faster maximum 400 km/h.

Zhao Jian, professor and leading researcher on country’s high-speed railway network told that higher speeds could increase high risks of collisions. To avoid accidents the railway operator would have to reduce the number of trains on the line.

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