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Submission + - World's Longest High Speed Rail Line Opens in China (inhabitat.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Today China continued rolling out the future of high speed rail by officially unveiling the world’s longest high-speed rail line — a 2,298-kilometer (1,428-mile) stretch of railway that connects Beijing in the north to Guangzhou in the south. The first trains on the new route hit 300 kph (186 mph), cutting travel time between the two cities by more than half.
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World's Longest High Speed Rail Line Opens in China

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