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 What is High-Speed Rail?

Answer High-speed rail refers to trains that travel on special tracks at over 200 km/h (125 mph). The International Union of railways describes a high-speed train as one that travels faster than 250 km/h... Read More »
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What Is a High Speed Rail System?

High speed rail systems are trains that operate at a significantly higher speed than normal trains, although the exact definition of speed varies between experts and agencies. Found in many urban a... Read More »
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What are your views on the HS2 high speed rail link?

I travel by train in the U.K. a great deal and also have known and loved the Chiltern Hills which are on the HS 2 route for 50 plus years. The project is daft. You can already get from London Eusto... Read More »
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What exactly are the Japan California High Speed Rail Consortium bidding for?

They want to build California's high speed rail system that was approved of by voters from 1A.
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What do you think of the London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds high-speed rail proposals?

The money could of been far better spent..There is already a train service from manchester to London, Do you think that spending billions of pounds to knock 15mins off the journey is a good idea?Co... Read More »
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