China Sees Growth in a Web of Fast Tr...

China Sees Growth in a Web of Fast Trains

There are 11 comments on the International Herald Tribune story from Feb 13, 2010, titled China Sees Growth in a Web of Fast Trains. In it, International Herald Tribune reports that:

The world's largest human migration - the annual crush of Chinese traveling home to celebrate the Lunar New Year, which is this Sunday - is going a little faster this time thanks to a new high-speed rail line.

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inept obama

United States

#1 Feb 13, 2010
China's new train travels at 220mph while obama's fiasco from Tampa to Orlando will travel at 68mph. There's not even a need for train service to Orlando. A modern expressway connects the two cities and traffic can run faster that the planned train.
No US manufacturer builds passenger trains. obama's government waste project will purchase the train from foreign countries.
Good

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#4 Aug 11, 2014
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RayH

Shenzhen, China

#5 Aug 29, 2014
Too cool.

Since: Aug 14

Location hidden

#6 Aug 29, 2014
Very good. Need more infrastructure and transportation. China's Tibet and Xinjiang Provinces are becoming more and more integrated, the quality of life vastly improving, and the young folk across Tibet and Xinjiang, with opportunities unheard of a mere 20 Years Ago.

Glory to the Great Revival and Rejuvenation of the Chinese Nation, under the Great Leadership of President and Chairman Xi Jinping.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#7 Sep 3, 2014
Wonderful! China's high speed railway network reaches 9,600 miles this year or 55 % of the world's total.
cheapimport

Wuhan, China

#8 Oct 10, 2014
cheapimport.co will travel at 68mph. There's not even a need for train service to Orlando. A modern expressway connects the two cities and traffic can run faster that the planned train.
No US manufacturer builds passenger trains. obama's government waste project will purchase the train from foreign countries.
cheapimport

Wuhan, China

#9 Oct 10, 2014
cheapimport.co will travel at 68mph. There's not even a need for train service to Orlando. A modern expressway connects the two cities and traffic can run faster that the planned train.
No US manufacturer builds passenger trains. obama's government waste project will purchase the train from foreign countries
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#10 Oct 10, 2014
The Americans are entitled to their opinions or their existing way of lives. Why should anyone be bother? The Japanese folks have been using high speed railway for ages and they aren't bother as well.

Personally I enjoy riding in high speed train in China and in Europe.

The 118 billion RMB Hefei-Fuzhou HSR will be operation by July 1, 2015

Being part of the Beijing-Fuzhou HSR, Hefei-Fuzhou HSR crosses Anhui, Jiangxi and Fujian Provinces. It passes scenic sites of Mount Huang, Wuyuan, Mount Wuyi etc.
Started in Dec 22, 2009, the fast speed track is already laid and completed.

Hefei - Fuzhou HSR:

Distance: 808km
Stations: 22
Design operational speed: 350 kph

And I am looking forward to ride on this new route. It is nice to view the different scenery of the country side.
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#11 Oct 11, 2014
It is so Amazing wrote:
The Americans are entitled to their opinions or their existing way of lives. Why should anyone be bother? The Japanese folks have been using high speed railway for ages and they aren't bother as well.
Personally I enjoy riding in high speed train in China and in Europe.
The 118 billion RMB Hefei-Fuzhou HSR will be operation by July 1, 2015
Being part of the Beijing-Fuzhou HSR, Hefei-Fuzhou HSR crosses Anhui, Jiangxi and Fujian Provinces. It passes scenic sites of Mount Huang, Wuyuan, Mount Wuyi etc.
Started in Dec 22, 2009, the fast speed track is already laid and completed.
Hefei - Fuzhou HSR:
Distance: 808km
Stations: 22
Design operational speed: 350 kph
And I am looking forward to ride on this new route. It is nice to view the different scenery of the country side.
You would ride the high speed railway in China over time mainly to see the changes along the route. Can't do this in EU.
I can read

Falkirk, UK

#12 Oct 11, 2014
It is so Amazing wrote:
The Americans are entitled to their opinions or their existing way of lives. Why should anyone be bother? The Japanese folks have been using high speed railway for ages and they aren't bother as well.
Personally I enjoy riding in high speed train in China and in Europe.
The 118 billion RMB Hefei-Fuzhou HSR will be operation by July 1, 2015
Being part of the Beijing-Fuzhou HSR, Hefei-Fuzhou HSR crosses Anhui, Jiangxi and Fujian Provinces. It passes scenic sites of Mount Huang, Wuyuan, Mount Wuyi etc.
Started in Dec 22, 2009, the fast speed track is already laid and completed.
Hefei - Fuzhou HSR:
Distance: 808km
Stations: 22
Design operational speed: 350 kph
And I am looking forward to ride on this new route. It is nice to view the different scenery of the country side.
The Chinese countryside has scenery?

How can you tell with all the smog in the way?
Friend of all

Edinburgh, UK

#13 Oct 11, 2014
Progress to help folk live well is good.
only gripe against China is the party in Beijing .
May China flourish and gain free thinking and free press
no more iron fist or gun law.
Power to the people
meaning ;All the folk who live in China.

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