China has approved the technical plan to build a magnetic levitation train running at a speed of 600 km. CRRC Qingdao Sifang Company Limited, a government company that started the project, informed about it. The official media said on Saturday that 19 academicians and experts reviewed the technical plan.
After inquiries and discussion, the review team confirmed the plan and approved it unanimously on 25th January. This project is one of the 18 important important research and development projects established by the Ministry of Science and Technology in 2016. As a new and state-of-the-art transit technology, high-speed magnetic levitation trains have attracted the attention of people on a large scale.
It is worth mentioning that during the test, Japan used to operate magnetic levitation rail at 603 kmph. Rails built in Germany can run at speeds of 505 kilometers per hour. The operating speed of the magnetic level rail, which runs in China’s Shanghai, is 430 kmph, in which German technology has been used. China has already built a 25,000-kilometer rail network for high-speed trains, which can be traveled at a speed of 350 km per hour.