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a high-speed passenger train


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by PTI Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday said the fare of the high-speed bullet train would be "affordable for all".
On July 6, two bullet trains will run from Beijing to Xiongan New Area, a trip from Beijing South Station to Baoding Station in Hebei Province.
A few years ago one of the Chinese bullet trains met with an accident sullying forever the image of the Chinese railway.
Tokyo, Japan | AFP -- Japan is set to build India's first bullet train, with Tokyo financing the project through an $8 billion loan to New Delhi, a leading Japanese business daily reported Tuesday.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Tokyo:6503) announced on Thursday the completion of the installation of, and beginning of testing, railcar traction converter/inverter systems with all-silicon carbide (SiC) power modules on N700 Shinkansen bullet trains for Central Japan Railway Company (JR-Central).
This is the reason why successive governments have merely toyed with the idea of having bullet trains but never taken the concept beyond drawing boards.
NNA - A fire near a central Tokyo station threw parts of Japan's bullet train system into chaos on Friday, as tens of thousands of passengers tried to return home from New Year holidays, according to Japanese media.
The new Hokuriku Shinkansen Line is an extension of the Nagano Shinkansen Line and will feature new bullet trains currently being developed by JR East and JR West.
with technology for the running of its bullet train operations, including earthquake response measures, it was reported Saturday.
A 16-car train would carry about 1,000 passengers and could begin service on one of Japan's busiest routes by 2027, cutting the journey between Tokyo and Nagoya in half from 90 minutes on the conventional bullet train to just 40 minutes with the new technology.
The railway minister promised a nationwide safety inspection and also announced further reductions in the top speed of bullet trains following cuts in April.
It was the first derailment on China's high-speed rail network since the country launched bullet trains with a top speed of 155mph in 2007.
It was the first derailment on China's high-speed rail network since the country launched its bullet trains in 2007 with a top speed of 155 miles (250 kilometres) per hour, the China Daily reported.
Warwickshire councils to bullet trains ripping through the county.
Fukuoka, as well as six Shinkansen bullet trains on the line linking Tokyo