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High-speed rail

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  • High-speed rail — is a type of passenger rail transport that operates significantly faster than the normal speed of rail traffic. Specific definitions include 200 km/h (124 mph) and faster depending on whether the track is upgraded or new by the European Union,… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in Europe — High speed rail is emerging in Europe as an increasingly popular and efficient means of transportation. The first high speed rail lines in Europe, built in the 1980s and 1990s, improved travel times on intra national corridors. Since then,… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in China — This article is about high speed rail in the People s Republic of China. For high speed rail in the Republic of China (Taiwan), see Taiwan High Speed Rail. High speed rail (HSR) trains in China A China Railways CRH1 train in Guangzhou. CRH1 is… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in the United Kingdom — The United Kingdom has four classic main railway lines operating at convert|125|mph|km/h|sigfig=2, plus convert|108|km|mi|sigfig=1 of High Speed 1 high speed line.The fastest current UK domestic services operate at convert|125|mph|km/h|sigfig=2… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail by country — This article provides of a list of operating High speed rail networks, listed by country. High speed rail is public transport by rail at speeds in excess of 200 km/h (125 mph) [ [http://www.uic.asso.fr/gv/article.php3?id article=14 General… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in the United States — Development of high speed rail in the United States can be traced back to the streamliners in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. These systems, in turn, can be traced further back to the competing companies operating different routes between London and …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in Canada — Although Canada does not have high speed rail lines, there have been two routes frequently proposed as suitable for a high speed rail corridor:* Edmonton to Calgary via Red Deer* Windsor to Quebec City via London, Toronto, Ottawa and MontrealA… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in Australia — Australia is a country without any high speed rail (200 km/h or above). [cite web url=http://www.uic.asso.fr/gv/article.php3?id article=14 title=General definitions of highspeed publisher=International Union of Railways accessdate=2008 08 13]… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in Turkey — The Turkish State Railways started building high speed rail lines in 2003. The first line, which has a length of 533 km from Istanbul (Turkey s largest metropolis) via Eskişehir to Ankara (the capital) is under construction and will reduce the… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in Belgium — Belgium s rail network is served by four types of high speed trains: Thalys, Eurostar, ICE and TGV trains. All of them stop in Brussels South station, Belgium s largest train station.Since 2007 Eurostar connects Brussels to London St Pancras.… …   Wikipedia

  • High-speed rail in Norway — Currently, the only high speed rail in Norway, on the railways of Norway is on Gardermobanen, a 60 kilometer line between Oslo Central Station and Eidsvoll via Oslo Airport. The main service on this route is Flytoget, commuting between Oslo… …   Wikipedia


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