Denmark is not the only one to strike a blow for the operation of the train with cheap tickets and passports this summer. The same is true in Japan, which has just deployed a brand new high-speed trains on the line between Tokyo and Osaka.
the Train, which is dubbed the N700S, is able to reach a top speed of 360 km/h. and is thus among the world's fastest train.
High speeds are nothing new on the japanese rail network, but it is to turn the train's ability to run, even if the power goes out during an earthquake.
It writes CNN Travel.
roughly every five earthquakes on the planet, that reaches over six on the richter scale, hit Japan, and it has the engineers thought into the design of the new trains.
N700S have got a built-in battery, which makes the train able to proceed without power from the rail network - a bit like a modern hybrid car.
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It is unclear exactly how far the train can run on battery, but according to CNN Travel it must, for example, could be put into, if the power goes out in a tunnel or on a bridge.
Even though it's 13 years ago, Japan's rail networks the last time deployed a new high-speed trains on the route between Tokyo and Osaka, must, according to CNN Travel be know to see that there is talk of a new train.
N700S continues thus, the characteristic 'nose', to help the train up at the dizzying speeds.
Japan's tradition of high-speed rail system going all the way back to 1964, and today you can travel over 2700 kilometres, with one of the country's high-speed rail system.See also: Airline claims bombefund in order to avoid replacement