The Economics of Investment in High-Speed Rail [E-Book]: Summary and Conclusions / John Preston
Preston, John.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2013
40 p. ; 21 x 29.7cm.
englisch
10.1787/5jz40rnjkgxw-en
International Transport Forum Discussion Papers ; 2013/30
Transport
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520 3 |a From its origin with the Tokaido Shinkansen in 1964, High Speed Rail (HSR), defined here as new rail lines capable of operating speeds of 250 kilometres per hour or more, has grown relatively slowly over the last 50 years, with the World HSR network as of late 2013 standing at under 22 000 km. However, the network has been growing rapidly in recent years. With the first opening as recently as 2007, China has already an HSR network of almost 10,000 km. with a further 9 000 km under construction (out of a worldwide total of 14,000 km of line under construction). 
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