10-year countdown begins for launch of Tokyo-Nagoya maglev service

Work to build a line for magnetically levitated bullet trains has kicked off 10 years before its scheduled 2027 launch as Japan looks to shorten the trip from Tokyo to Nagoya to just 40 minutes. Construction of a tunnel under the Minami Alps, believed to …
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