A Japanese corporation, which operates at even a higher profit margin that that of Apple, has announced yet another new adventure with its highly popular bullet train series. Central Japan Railway Company, a reputed Japanese corporation well known for building high-speed trains, will be opening up a test track in November that carries high-speed maglev bullet trains intended for connecting Tokyo to Nagoya.
Maglev stands for magnetic levitation, a technique that uses superconducting magnets to levitate the train several inches above the track. This frictionless technique uses magnetic propulsion, which can attain speeds way higher than the most sophisticated racing cars of today. It is estimated that the travel from Tokyo to Nagoya would take around 40 minutes to cover a distance of 178 miles using these trains, which is a major feat.
Slow Ventures and other groups of investors from Washington are trying to use this technology in the U.S. Several board members from the Northeast Maglev, a company that intends to build a maglev train line between Washington and New York, recently visited Japan to take a test ride at a speed of 314 miles per hour, and compared the current Amtrak line as too embarrassing. However, they may have to fight the battle between the skeptical public and the U.S. High Speed Rail Association that dismisses these trains as too experimental and expensive.
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