CHINESE HSR

CHINA  HIGH SPEED RAIL



The Chinese high-speed rail system is the longest and third, respectively, most extensive in the world and most expensive in the world. It currently runs from Kunming to Shanghai and is expected to be extended to Beijing and Guangzhou. It is the fastest high-speed rail line in the world with a maximum speed of 350 km/h.


China's high-speed rail system is one of the most successful and ambitious transportation projects in the history of China.


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The Chinese high-speed rail system is not only a high-speed transport system but also a new model of economic development and a new approach to how China can achieve its goals. It has been called the "Third Revolution" in China's modern history, after the reforms of the Western Zhou dynasty (1046–771 B.C.) and the Song dynasty (960–1279), which marked the beginning of China's modern history.


In recent years, China has been pursuing a new paradigm for development, which focuses on building a modern transportation infrastructure that will serve as the foundation for the country's future economic growth. China's high-speed rail network is the most emblematic symbol of this paradigm.


The Chinese high-speed rail network is the longest and third, respectively, most extensive in the world and most expensive in the world. Currently it runs from Kunming to Shanghai and is expected to be extended to Beijing and Guangzhou. It is the fastest high-speed rail line in the world with a maximum speed of 350 km/h. The route is expected to be extended to the east coast by .


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The high-speed rail system has allowed China to break the previous record for the fastest train travel. The world's fastest train travel was achieved in June 2007, when a train from Shanghai to Guangzhou travelled at a record-breaking speed of 431.1 km/h.


The high-speed rail network has also been called the "Third Revolution" in China's modern history, after the reforms of the Western Zhou dynasty (1046–771 B.C.) and the Song dynasty (960–1279), which marked the beginning of China's modern history. The first high-speed train in the world was created by the Western Zhou dynasty to connect the capital at modern-day Xian to its northern capital at modern-day Luoyang.



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