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Two New Train Routes Will Appear Soon
2.08.2011 10:35
Two New Train Routes Will Appear Soon

The launch of the high-speed routes is planned within the bounds of improvement of the infrastructure of Russia for the World Football Championship, which is going to take place in 2018.


      

The technological peculiarity will be a possibility of switching the undercarriage, which allows the transition to the european track.


      

The speed of the new trains will be 200 km per hour. In that way, the trip to Berlin will be taking 18 hours instead of 27 hours. The trip to Kieb will take only 7 hours.


      

Apart from these routes the railway company is planning to launch routes Rostov-Sochi, Moscow-Sochi.


      

With that end in view Russian Railways is going to buy new passenger train Talgo, which costs about 14-20 million euro.


      

sources:


      

www.privet-moscow.ru/


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