Shinkansen High Speed Line Japan is the first country to use high speed trains. For the first time, the construction of Tokaido Shinkansen High Speed Line between Tokyo and Osaka was started at 1959. Shinkansen High Speed Train Line is the world's busiest high speed train line. The 1964 km journey, which was completed at 210 km / h speed when the line was first opened, continues 4 hour at 553 km / h speed today. 270 is the only high-speed train line that was the only 2,5 yearly, with 30 million passengers a day, while today the total length of 30 kilometers is carried by the Shinkansen network.
Shinkansen has the potential to surpass more passengers than any high speed train in the world, including other lines in Japan. Japan continues to be the first in high speed train. X Maglev eden, which is directly contactless with the rail in 2003, only a few millimeters above the track, reached a speed of 581 kilometers per hour, setting a new world record.
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