The longest high-speed train line in the world officially opened

The longest high-speed train line in the world officially opened
The line connecting Beijing to the south of the country was officially opened for the Chinese communist founding leader Mao's birthday.
The Beijing line used to be an 22 hour trip; The journey time now goes below the 10 watch.
Approximately 2 thousand 300 high-speed train line built in China was officially opened.
Trains on the line connecting the capital Beijing and the southern commercial district of Guangjo are going 300 miles per hour.
The trains are expected to be accelerated later.
Some parts of the line were already opened.
Authorities say the Beijing-Guangjo line is one of the lines with the highest technical structure in the world.
There are 35 stations on the line.
With the opening of the line, the journey between Beijing and Guangjo is reduced by about two thirds.
The state's media reported that the line's 26 was opened in December because it coincided with the Chinese communist founding leader Mao's birthday.
China plans to expand its high-speed train lines across the country.
While the high-speed train lines in the country were being expanded, for example, the death of 40 in the accident that occurred last year was controversial; the projects are intertwined with corruption and are among the accusations.

Source : I www.internethaber.co

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