Wuhan-Guangzhou High Speed Rail
(Just a matter of reference,
Oriental Daily News （东方日报）, a Malaysian tabloid, published an article of 2 pages long detailing
It should be noted that
There are many factors which affect the speed of a high speed rail, such as the train itself, the track, wear-and-tear, and noise pollution. Generally, the straighter the track, the faster a train can run. I think this is where
As a conclusion, I would say that
P/S Beijing has proposed three international high speed rail lines linking China to Europe and South-East Asia. Presumably a passenger can travel from the Chinese capital to London or Singapore in 2 or 3 days. However, for journeys longer than 1000km, air travel is still more practical.
Alstom AGV: successor to TGV
Fastech 360: The ‘cat-ears’ are used to slow down the train during emergency braking.