Japanís new high-speed maglev train would be world's fastest

(Source: TG Daily, November 27, 2012)

TOKYO, Japan ó Central Japan Railway Co. has just revealed the first of a maglev train series built to run at speeds 310 km/h (193 mph). There's already a maglev system in Shanghai, connecting the airport to central Pudong, a distance of around 20 miles. Its top speed is 268 miles per hour, making it - for the time being - the fastest train in the world.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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