Longer Fuxing bullet trains to debut on Beijing-Shanghai line

A new set of longer Fuxing bullet trains will start running on the Beijing-Shanghai line on January 5, according to the China Railway Corporation.

Longer Fuxing bullet trains to debut on Beijing-Shanghai line

With a designed speed of 350 km per hour, the new train measures 439.9 meters and has 17 carriages with a designed passenger capacity of 1,283, 7.5 percent more than current trains.

Application of the new trains is part of the country’s effort to develop itself into a strong transportation nation capable of producing advanced transportation equipment, according to an official with the China Railway Corporation.

Entirely designed and manufactured in China, the longer Fuxing bullet trains is more spacious and energy-efficient, with longer service life and better reliability.

Over the past decade, high-speed railways have developed rapidly in China. The country currently has the world’s longest high-speed rail network, about a third of which has been designed to run at a speed of 350 km per hour.

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