World’s First Driverless Bullet Train Unveiled In China

China has produced the world’s  first driver-less bullet train  which can run up to 350 kilometers per hour (217 mph).

According to CNN Travel News, this development has occurred to enhance China’s vast high-speed railway expansion plans, which is now known to be the world’s first smart high-speed railway.

The idea of the train coming on board is not farfetched from the fact that it will boost transportation and mobility for the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022.

The travel time between the two from three hours to 47 minutes can now be achieved, since 108-mile high-speed railway line connecting the capital with Olympic host city Zhangjiakou has just entered service.

On the unique features of the lovely train; China’s Fuxing series, which took about four years to build, it can run on Jing-Zhang high-speed railway, which connects Beijing, Yanqing and Zhangjiakou,  the  three of which will host events during the upcoming Winter Olympics.

Concerning the routes and stop stations, the route will stop at 10 stations, including Badaling Chang Cheng, the most popular section of China’s Great Wall.

Other means of transportation like the ferry will have it’s  passengers benefit from the train also.

Chongli railway, a branch line from the Jing-Zhang railway, will ferry passengers from the capital city to Taizicheng Station which is  very close to some skiing competition venues and the Olympic Village.


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