- Aussie trains can’t get over 600km/h, but what about 100km/h?
THIS week a Japanese passenger train broke the world speed record by reaching 603km an hour. So why are Aussie trains struggling to get over the 100km mark?
Time is right for high speed rail in Australia
THIS week a Japanese passenger train broke the world speed record by reaching 603km an hour. So why are Aussie trains struggling to get over the...
- Japan maglev train breaks world speed record again! While in Aus our infrastructure PM breaks records in achieving absolutely nothing. http://htl.li/LT6VG #Auspol
Japan maglev train breaks world speed record again
A Japanese magnetic levitation train breaks its own world speed record, hitting 603km/h (374mph) on a test run near Mount Fuji.
- Charlie Begg wants to hear your thoughts on the below...
I would much prefer we got on with some form of High speed rail - I don't care what it is if its mag lev or bullet trains or what - as long as it goes stupidly fast [above 350 to 400 km / hr], has the ability for the technology to be improved as society progresses and runs on time- i.e. meaning stricter definitions for on time running than the NSW GVT's city rail sorry sorry Sydney trains.
- Sydney’s 2nd airport #Canberra or even Goulburn? --- “I’ve always wondered about Goulburn as second airport. Would create employment there, decentralise population and more than justify the expense of the Syd-Cbr network and more most likely.” Murray bullet train supporter