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Throwback Thursday: Bullet Trains, Floating Toilets, And A Really Big Bridge
Important things from September 1964
Still Waiting: Will America’s Next-Gen Bullet Trains Ever Leave the Station?
Why are we lagging decades behind the rest of the world's fast-train infrastructure?
High-Speed Rail Creeps Forward, With $2.4 Billion in Federal Funding Given to Projects in 23 States
The push for high-speed rail in America is picking up speed — it’s just happening really, really slowly. Yesterday, efforts … Continued
China Hopes New Shanghai Bullet Train Will Rev Up Interest in High-Speed Travel
China, already outpacing the U.S., Japan and many European countries in the expansion of their railway system, has begun testing … Continued
Schwarzenegger Hopes California’s Future High-Speed Railroads Will Rely on the Chinese, Again
Chinese workers built this country’s railroad system 150 years ago, laying track for less than $30 a month in a … Continued
Chinese Government to Build 215-MPH Bullet Trains in California
The US has looked to China for help building railroads ever since Chinese laborers laid down the tracks for the … Continued
In 2020, Take a High-Speed Train from Beijing to London
Chinese rail passengers already zip between cities on trains traveling three times faster than the average train in the States, … Continued
Planes, Trains and Supersonic Spaceships
PopSci's vision for making travel faster, greener, and more fun
Man Flushes Arm on Bullet Train
Frenchman gets arm stuck in speeding British loo, Internet laughs; but is the tale even scientifically possible?
Japan’s Record-Breaking Commuter Train
For Japan's new 250mph commuter train, slowing down is every bit as important as speeding up