Beijing-Wuhan HSR passes test, ready to increase speed

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High speed railway (HSR) between Beijing and Wuhan passed a test on Friday, with the train’s passing speed reaching 385 kilometers per hour in north China’s Zhengding County. After the test, the Beijing-Wuhan HSR is expected to increase its operating speed up to 350 km per hour in June, which will reduce the travel time of the 1,152-kilometer journey to less than four hours.

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