The acceleration cuts the 1,318-kilometre (819-mile) Beijing-Shanghai journey to 4 hours and 28 minutes, saving passengers nearly an hour.[...]
China has again launched the world's fastest bullet train on Thursday, running at 350 kilometres (217 miles) per hour.[...]
China unveils new service between Beijing and Shanghai, but some question the rail's profitability. [...]
China today restored the maximum speed of bullet trains on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway line to 350 kilometres per hour, making it the fastest commercially run train[...]
The Shanghai to Beijing locomotives have been sped up to maximum power again after being slowed down following a crash[...]
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The Fuxing bullet trains were unveiled on June 25 and are capable of a top speed of 400 km/h. The Fuxing has a monitoring system that slows the train in case of emergency or abnormal conditions. Telemetry allows a control center to monitor the train in real time.[...]
The futuristic looking train will travel between Beijing and Shanghai in 4.5 hours.[...]


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