TGV Speed Record: French famous TGV (Train à grande vitesse, French “high speed train”) is a high speed train service developed by Alstom and SNCF and operated by SNCF. It was the first time in 1981 between Paris and Lyon. Currently, it organizes flights to various cities and neighboring countries, mainly Paris. On April 3, 2007, the world wheel train set a speed record at 574.8 km / h. Its average speed is 200 km / h and its maximum speed is 320 km per hour.
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1 1964 was the world's third commercial high-speed train service after the Japanese Intercity 1976, which was prepared for the Japanese Shinkansen on October 125, Tokyo and Osaka, and the British Intercity XNUMX, which was prepared for the UK's outlines and launched in XNUMX.
The TGV currently holds the world speed record among conventional, wheeled and rail trains. 1990 also broke the world record with 515.3 km / h (320.2 mph). And TGV, the world's fastest conventional scheduled train service in 2007 Champagne-Ardenne expedition an average of 279,3 km / h (173,6 mph) made with the hour.