China’s Really Really Fast Train Begins Service

Posted by Greg | October 27, 2010  |  2 Comments

China’s high speed “bullet” train, which recently broke the world speed record, has just begun service from Shanghai to Hanzhou. The new route brings the length of China’s high-speed railways in operation to 7,431 kilometers, which is the longest in the world. A ticket for a first-class seat on the new Shanghai-Hangzhou express train costs 131 yuan ($19.3), while a second-class ticket is 82 yuan ($12).

Sources: Beijing Review via Engadget

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