China has more high-speed trains than any other country in the world.
High-speed trains approach so quickly, they wouldn't be able to hear them and get out of the way.
That would in turn allow the use of high-speed trains.
A high-speed train to London runs every 30 minutes throughout the day.
But the current setback is the second for the high-speed train.
We have the responsibility of setting this high-speed train in motion.
Similarly, both companies are engaged in the development of high-speed trains.
One example is the success of high-speed trains for passengers in Spain.
Today, most high-speed trains use steel wheels, as a result of this research.
In 2011, China produced its first high-speed trains built entirely without foreign assistance.