China’s High-Speed Rail Network has Been Low Speed in Adoption—But That’s Set to Change Reviewed by Momizat on . In just over a decade, China has created the world’s largest high-speed rail network Now passenger use is expected to catch up due to rapid industrialization, w In just over a decade, China has created the world’s largest high-speed rail network Now passenger use is expected to catch up due to rapid industrialization, w Rating: 0
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China’s High-Speed Rail Network has Been Low Speed in Adoption—But That’s Set to Change

  • In just over a decade, China has created the world’s largest high-speed rail network
  • Now passenger use is expected to catch up due to rapid industrialization, wanderlust and rising incomes

To read the full article in South China Morning Post, click: China’s High-Speed Rail Network has Been Low Speed in Adoption—But That’s Set to Change.

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