Japan's high-speed trains carry 140 million passengers annually

Japan's high-speed trains carry 140 million passengers every year: Japan's fast train network at 1964 has become one of the world's most advanced systems in the years to come. The 7 high-speed train network serves an average of 140 million passengers per year.

Japan, where railways are seen as a symbol of modernity, has one of the most advanced high-speed train lines in the world.

In 1964, the first high-speed train line connecting Osaka and the country's capital, Tokyo, came into use. The country's first high-speed train, which reduced the 5 hour trip to 2 hours, quickly created a serious alternative to air transport.

3 100 1976 1 1987 140 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX The high-speed train network at XNUMX now serves approximately XNUMX million passengers every year.

High-speed trains, called 'Shinkansen', can reach up to 320 km / h and connect most of the country to the capital.

It is no coincidence that most countries review Japan before starting high-speed train projects. Japan, which has a high-speed train for half a century, has also achieved a great success in passenger safety.

High-speed trains serving since 1964 have not caused any fatal accidents.

About Levent Ozen
Every year, high-speed rail sector, the European leader in the growing Turkey. Investments in railways, which take this speed from high-speed trains, continue to increase. In addition, with the investments made for transportation in the city, the stars of many of our companies making domestic production shine. It is proud that Turkish high-speed tren national train ”production has been started in addition to the companies producing domestic tram, light rail and subway vehicles. We are very happy to be in this proud table.

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