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China holds the world’s record for largest high-speed rail track, and it is continuing to invest heavily in high-speed rail construction reaching 30,000 kilometres (18,641 miles) by 2020. For the five-year period 2016-2020, the government has allocated $550 billion for the development of rail transport, and has announced the debut of a new magnetic levitation train that will reach 600 km/h (372 mph) in 2021. These achievements began with a long-term railway network modernization programme in 1997, and achieved a major milestone in August 2008 with the inauguration of the first high-speed line that connected the capital Beijing with the city of Tianjin.

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  04/09/2019
 
CHINA’S HIGH-SPEED TRAINS: A SYMBOL OF PROGRESS
 

China is spending billions at worksites across the country to extend its world-beating high-speed rail network

 

    
REPORTAGE  04/09/2019
 
THE ORIENT EXPRESS: THE WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS TRAIN LIVES ON
 

The train that connected Paris with Constantinople was more than just luxurious

 


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