The World’s Fastest Bullet Train High-Speed Test Begin in Japan
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
Japanese media announce the test of the fastest train in the world. The company (JR EAST) will test Japan (a bullet train) that can travel 400 kilometers an hour. The company wrote on its official page: Rail company JR East plans to operate it at 360 kilometers per hour. That would make it 10 kph faster than China’s Fuxing Hao, which links Beijing and Shanghai and has the same top speed. The train (Alfa-X) is scheduled to complete its trials for the next three years and begin its activity by 2030.
The chief of the company (JR EAST) said: ” To cope with massive wind resistance when entering tunnels, the Alfa-X’s first car will mostly be a sleek nose, measuring 22 meters (72 feet). With just three windows, there looks to be hardly any space, if at all, for passengers in the front.