List of high-speed railway lines

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This article provides a list of operated high-speed rail networks, listed by country or region.

High-speed rail is public transport by rail at speeds of at least 200 km/h (120 mph) for upgraded track and 250 km/h (160 mph) or faster for new track.[1][2]

Overview[edit]

The following table gives an overview of high speed rail in service or under construction by country. For a complete country overview see the particulair country's list below.

It shows all high speed lines (speed of 200 km/h (120 mph) or over) in service and under construction listed by country. Based on UIC figures (International Union of Railways),[3] it has been updated with other sources.

Country Region In operation
(km)
Under construction
(km)
Total country
(km)
Network density (m/km2) Max. speed (km/h) Electrification Track gauge (mm) Comment
Austria Austria Europe 292 210 502 3.48 250 15 kV 16.7 Hz 1435
Belgium Belgium Europe 209 0 209 5.29 300 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
China China[4] Asia 19,000 18,155.5 37,155.5 2.02 300 25 kV 50 Hz 1435 Max speed of 430 km/h for unconventional Shanghai Maglev[5]
Denmark Denmark Europe 5 60 65 0.12 200 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
Finland Finland Europe 610 0 610 1.8 220 25 kV 50 Hz 1524
France France Europe 2,036 757 2,793 3.18 320 25 kV 50 Hz (partially) 1435
Germany Germany Europe 1,334 428 1,762 3.74 300 15 kV 16.7 Hz 1435
Hong Kong Hong Kong Asia 0 26 26 23.55 200 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
Italy Italy[6][7] Europe 923 125 1,048 3.06 300 25 kV 50 Hz, 3 kV DC 1435
Japan Japan Asia 2,664 782 3,446 7.88 320 25 kV 50/60 Hz 1435
Netherlands Netherlands Europe 120 0 120 2.87 300 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
Norway Norway Europe 64 54 118 0.2 210 15 kV 16.7 Hz 1435
Poland Poland Europe 85 322 407 0.27 200 3 kV DC 1435
Russia Russia Europe and Asia 645[8] 770[9] 1,415 0.09 250 3 kV DC 1520
South Korea South Korea Asia 819 585 1,404 8.17 305 25 kV 60 Hz 1435
Spain Spain Europe 3,100 1,800 4,900 6.13 310 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
Switzerland Switzerland Europe 80 57 137 1.94 250 15 kV 16.7 Hz 1435 world's longest railway tunnel Gotthard Base Tunnel is expected to open in 2016
Taiwan Taiwan Asia 339 9 348 9.53 300 25 kV 60 Hz 1435 Total Mileage of 339 km refers to length of actual operation. Maximum mileage numbered up to 345.
Turkey Turkey Europe and Asia 1,420 1,506 2,926 1.81 250 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
United Kingdom United Kingdom Europe 1,377 0 1,377 5.67 300 25 kV 50 Hz 1435
United States United States America 28 0 28 0.04 240 25 kV 60 Hz, 12 kV 60 Hz, 12 kV 25 Hz 1435 Acela Express Acela reach 200km/hr for 18 mile stretch in RI and 10 in MA.
Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Asia 344 344 0.77 250 1520

Belgium[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
HSL 1 LGV Nord - Bruxelles-Sud 300 km/h December 14, 1997 88 km
HSL 2 Bruxelles-Nord - Liège-Guillemins 300 km/h December 15, 2002 64.7 km
HSL 3 Liège-Guillemins - Cologne-Aachen 260 km/h June 14, 2009 56 km
HSL 4 Antwerpen-Centraal - HSL Zuid 300 km/h 2009 40 km

China[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Qinshen PDL Qinhuangdao - Shenyang North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) October 12, 2003 404 km
Hening railway Hefei South - Feidong 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) November 12, 2014 21.7 km
Feidong - Quanjiao April 18, 2008 79 km
Quanjiao - Nanjing South June 30, 2011 56 km
Jiaoji PDL Qingdao - Linzi 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) July 20, 2008 254 km
Linzi - Jinan December 21, 2008 154 km
Jingjin ICR Beijing South - Tianjin 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) August 1, 2008 117 km
Hewu railway Chang'anji - Hankou 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 31, 2008 359 km
Hefei South - Chang'anji November 12, 2014 14.2 km
Shitai PDL Shijiazhuang - Taiyuan 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) January 1, 2009 197.5 km
Suicheng Railway Suining - Chengdu East 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) July 7, 2009 146 km
Wenfu Railway Wenzhou South - Fuzhou South 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) July 1, 2009 298 km
Yontaiwen Railway Ningbo - Wenzhou South 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) September 28, 2009 279 km
Wuguang PDL Wuhan - Guangzhou North 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) December 26, 2009 980 km
Guangzhou North - Guangzhou South January 30, 2010 49 km
Zhengxi PDL Zhengzhou West - Lintong East 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) February 6, 2010
Lintong East - Xi'an North January 11, 2011
Zhengzhou East - Zhengzhou West December 26, 2012
Fuxia Railway Fuzhou South - Xiamen North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) April 26, 2010
Chengguan ICR Chengdu - Qingchengshan 200 km/h (220 km/h ready) May 10, 2010
Juyuan - Lidui Park July 23, 2013
Pixian West - Pengzhou April 30, 2014
Huning ICR Shanghai - Nanjing 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) July 1, 2010
Changjiu ICR Nanchang West - Jiujiang 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) September 20, 2010
Huhang PDL Shanghai Hongqiao - Hangzhou East 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) October 16, 2010
Yiwan Railway Yichang East - Lichuan 160 km/h (200 km/h ready) December 22, 2010
Changji ICR Changchun - Jilin 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 30, 2010
Hainan Eastern Ring Railway Haikou - Meilan  ? December 30, 2010
Meilan - Sanya 200 km/h (250 km/h ready)
Hainan Western Ring High-Speed Railway Haikou - Sanya  ? December 30, 2015
Guangzhu ICR Guangzhou South - Zhuhai North 160 km/h (200 km/h ready) January 7, 2011 93 km
Zhuhai North - Zhuhai December 31, 2012 23 km
Jinghu HSR Beijing South - Shanghai Hongqiao 300 km/h (380 km/h ready) June 30, 2011 1318 km
Guangshengang HSR Guangzhou South - Shenzhen North 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) December 26, 2011 102 km
Shenzhen North - Futian  ? December 30, 2015 8 km
Futian - Border between China and Hong Kong (from there onwards to West Kowloon) construction (200 km/h ready) 2017 (expected) 4 km
Longxia Railway Longyan - Xiamen North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) June 28, 2012
Hanyi Railway Hankou - Yichang East 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) July 1, 2012
Shiwu PDL Zhengzhou East - Wuhan 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) September 28, 2012
Shijiazhuang - Zhengzhou East December 26, 2012
Hebeng PDL Hefei West - Bengbu South 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) October 16, 2012
Hada PDL Harbin West - Dalian North 300 km/h (summer)
200 km/h (winter)
December 1, 2013
Jingshi PDL Beijing West - Shijiazhuang 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) December 26, 2012
Suiyu Railway Suining - Chongqing North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) January 24, 2013
Ninghang PDL Nanjing South - Hangzhou East 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) July 1, 2013
Hangyong PDL Hangzhou East - Ningbo 300 km/h (350 km/h) July 1, 2013
Panying PDL Panjin North - Yingkou East 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) September 12, 2013
Xiangpu Railway Nanchang West - Fuzhou 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) September 26, 2013
Yongtai - Putian
Jinqin PDL Tianjin - Qinhuangdao 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) December 1, 2013
Xibao PDL Xi'an North - Baoji South 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) December 28, 2013
Xiashen Railway Xiamen North - Shenzhen North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 28, 2013
Yuli Railway Chongqing North - Lichuan 200 km/h December 28, 2013
Wuxian ICR Wuhan - Xianning South 300 km/h (350 km/h) December 28, 2013
Maozhan Railway Maoming East - Zhanjiang 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 28, 2013
Hengliu Railway Hengyang East - Liuzhou 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 28, 2013
Liunan ICR Liuzhou - Nanning East 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 30, 2013
Nanqin Railway Nanning East - Qinzhou North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 30, 2013
Qinfang Railway Qinzhou North - Fangchenggang 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 30, 2013
Qinbei Railway Qinzhou North - Beihai 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 30, 2013
Nanguang Railway Nanning East - Wuzhou south 200 km/h (250 km/h) April 18, 2014 576 km
Wuzhou South - Guangzhou South 200 km/h (250 km/h) December 26, 2014
Wuhuang ICR Wuhan - Huanggang East 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) June 18, 2014
Gedian South - Daye North
Daxi PDL Taiyuan - Xi'an North 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) July 1, 2014
Datong South - Taiyuan construction (250 km/h ready) 2015 (expected)
Hangchang PDL Hangzhou East - Nanchang West 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) September 16, 2014
Nanchang West - Changsha South December 10, 2014
Changkun PDL Changsha South - Xinhuang West 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 16, 2014
Xinhuang West - Kunming South 2015 (expected)
Chengmianle PDL Jiangyou - Emeishan 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 20, 2014
Lanxin PDL Hami - Urumqi 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) November 15, 2014
Lanzhou West - Hami December 26, 2014
Guiguang PDL Guiyang North - Guangzhou South 250 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 26, 2014
Qingrong ICR Qingdao North - Rongcheng 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 28, 2014
Zhengkai ICR Zhengzhou East - Songcheng Road 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) December 28, 2014 47 km
Songcheng Road - Kaifeng 2017 (expected) 3 km
Hefu PDL Hefei South - Fuzhou 300 km/h (350 km/h ready) June 28, 2015 813 km
Haqi PDL Harbin - Qiqihar South 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) August 17, 2015 281.5 km
Shendan PDL Shenyang South - Dandong 200 km/h (250 km/h ready) September 1, 2015 208 km

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Hukun Railway Shanghai - Kunming 200 km/h (250 km/h upgraded)
some sections
Guangshen Railway Guangzhou - Shenzhen 200 km/h (250 km/h upgraded)
Jinghu Railway Beijing - Shanghai 200 km/h (250 km/h upgraded)
Jingha Railway Beijing - Harbin 200 km/h (250 km/h upgraded)
Jingguang Railway Beijing - Guangzhou 200 km/h (250 km/h upgraded)
some sections
Zhengxu Railway Zhengzhou - Xuzhou 200 km/h (250 km/h upgraded)

Denmark[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Oresund Line Peberholm - Oresund Bridge 200 km/h July 1, 2000 5 km
Copenhagen–Ringsted Line Copenhagen - Ringsted 250 km/h 2018 60 km

Finland[edit]

New main lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Lahti Main Line Kerava - Lahti 220 km/h 2006 75.7 km

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Upgrade Opening Length
Finnish Coastal Railway Helsinki - Turku 200 km/h 1995 1902 approximately 50 km (high speed section); 195.8 km (total)
Helsinki–Riihimäki Railway Helsinki - Riihimäki 200 km/h 1995 1862 71.4 km
Lahti–Kouvola Railway Lahti - Kouvola 200 km/h 1995 1870 61.4 km
Karelian Railway Kouvola - Joensuu 200 km/h 1995 1894 60 km (high-speed section); 325,8 km (total)
Savo Railway Kouvola - Iisalmi 200 km/h 1995 1902 approximately 15 km (high-speed section); 357,8 km (total)
Riihimäki–Tampere Railway Riihimäki - Tampere 200 km/h 1995 1862-1876 116 km
Tampere–Seinäjoki Railway Tampere - Seinäjoki 200 km/h 1995 1880 160 km

France[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
LGV Sud-Est Paris Gare de Lyon - Lyon-Perrache 300 km/h 1981 409 km
LGV Atlantique Paris Gare Montparnasse - Courtalain 300 km/h 1990 130 km
Courtalain - Tours 102 km
Courtalain - Le Mans 52 km
LGV Rhône-Alpes Lyon-Perrache - Saint-Quentin-Fallavier 300 km/h 1992 37 km
Saint-Quentin-Fallavier - Valence 1994 78 km
LGV Nord Gare du Nord - Channel Tunnel 300 km/h 1993 333 km
LGV Interconnexion Est LGV Nord - LGV Sud-Est 300 km/h 1994 57 km
LGV Méditerranée Valence - Les Angles 300 km/h[10][10] 2001-06-10 127 km
Les Angles - Nîmes 25 km
Les Angles - Marseille 320 km/h[10] 91 km
LGV Est Paris Gare de l'Est - Baudrecourt (Part 1) 320 km/h 2007-06-10 300 km
Baudrecourt - Strasbourg (Part 2) Construction (320 km/h ready) 2016 (expected) 107 km
LGV Perpignan–Figueres Perpignan - Figueres 320 km/h 2010-12-19 44.4 km
LGV Rhin-Rhône Eastern branch Collonges - Petit-Croix (Part 1) 320 km/h 2011-12-11 140 km
Dijon - Collonges & Petit-Croix - Mulhouse (Part 2) Suspended (320 km/h ready) 50 km
LGV Sud Europe Atlantique Tours - Bordeaux Construction (350 km/h ready) 2017 (expected) 279 km
LGV Bretagne-Pays de la Loire Le Mans - Rennes Construction (350 km/h ready) 2017 (expected) 182 km
Contournement Nîmes – Montpellier Nîmes - Montpellier Construction (220 km/h ready) 2017 (expected) 80 km
LGV Lyon–Turin Lyon - Torino Construction (220 km/h ready) 2025 (expected) 142 km

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Upgrade Opening Length
(Paris - ) Étampes - Orléans - Vierzon Étampes - Vierzon 200 km/h 1967 1847 134 km [11]
(Paris - ) Étampes - Orléans - Bordeaux Étampes - Bordeaux 220 km/h 1971 1861 388 km [11]
(Paris - ) Connerré - Le Mans Connerré - Le Mans 220 km/h 1990 1865 18 km [11]
Le Mans - Nantes Le Mans - Gare de Nantes 220 km/h 1990 1863 120 km [11]
Strasbourg - Mulhouse Strasbourg - Mulhouse 220 km/h 1995 1844 104 km [11]

Germany[edit]

Dedicated high-speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Hanover–Berlin high-speed railway Wolfsburg - Berlin 250 km/h 1998-09 258 km
Hanover–Wurzburg high-speed railway Hanover - Wurzburg 280 km/h 1991 327 km
Mannheim–Stuttgart high-speed railway Mannheim - Stuttgart 280 km/h 1991-05-09 99 km
Köln–Frankfurt high-speed rail line Cologne - Frankfurt 300 km/h 2002-08-01 180 km
Nuremberg–Munich high-speed railway Nuremberg - Ingolstadt 300 km/h 2006-05-13 171 km
Erfurt–Leipzig/Halle high-speed railway Erfurt - Leipzig 300 km/h 2015-12-09 123 km
Frankfurt–Mannheim high-speed railway Frankfurt - Planned (300 km/h ready) 2017 (expected) 85 km
Nuremberg–Erfurt high-speed railway Nuremberg - Erfurt Construction (300 km/h ready) 2017 (expected) 190 km
Hanau-Gelnhausen high-speed railway Hanau - Gelnhausen Planned (300 km/h ready) 2023 (expected) 55 km

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Upgrade Opening Length
Cologne–Aachen high-speed railway Köln - Aachen 250 km/h 2002 1841 70 km

Italy[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Florence–Rome high-speed railway Florence - Rome 250 km/h 1992 (full length) 254 km
Rome–Naples high-speed railway Rome - Naples 300 km/h 2005 (full length) 205 km
Turin–Milan high-speed railway Turin - Milan 300 km/h 2009 (full length) 125 km
Milan–Bologna high-speed railway Milan - Bologna 300 km/h 2009 215 km
Bologna–Florence high-speed railway Bologna - Florence 300 km/h 2009 78 km

Japan[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Tokaido Shinkansen Tokyo - Shin-Osaka 285 km/h October 1, 1964 515.4 km
Sanyo Shinkansen Shin-Osaka - Okayama 300 km/h March 15, 1972 553.7 km
Okayama - Hakata March 10, 1975
Tohoku Shinkansen Tokyo - Ueno 110 km/h (260 km/h ready) June 20, 1991 674.9 km
Ueno - Omiya November 15, 1985
Omiya - Utsunomiya 275 km/h June 23, 1982
Utsunomiya - Morioka 320 km/h
Morioka - Hachinohe 260 km/h December 1, 2002
Hachinohe - Shin-Aomori December 4, 2010
Joetsu Shinkansen Omiya - Niigata 240 km/h November 15, 1982 269.5 km
Hokuriku Shinkansen Takasaki - Nagano 260 km/h October 1, 1997 470.6 km
Nagano - Kanazawa March 14, 2015
Kanazawa - Tsuruga construction (260 km/h ready) 2023 (expected)
Kyushu Shinkansen Hakata - Shin-Yatsushiro 260 km/h March 12, 2011 256.8 km
Shin-Yatsushiro - Kagoshima-Chuo March 13, 2004
Takeo-Onsen - Nagasaki construction 2022 (expected) 66.7 km
Hokkaido Shinkansen Shin-Aomori - Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto construction (260 km/h ready) 2016 (expected) 360.2 km
Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto - Sapporo 2030 (expected)

South Korea[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Gyeongbu HSR Seoul - Dongdaegu 305 km/h (350 km/h ready) 2004-04-01 286.8 km
Dongdaegu - Busan 2010-11-01 130.7 km
Honam HSR Osong - Gwangju Songjeong 305 km/h (350 km/h ready) 2015-04-02 182.3 km
Gwangju Songjeong - Mokpo 2018 (expected)
Sudogwon HSR Suseo - Jije - Pyeongtaek Junction Construction (300 km/h) 2016 (expected) 61.1 km
Wonju-Gangneung Line Wonju - Gangneung Construction (250 km/h) 2017 (expected) 120.3 km
Seohae Line Wonsi - Hongseong Construction (250 km/h) 2019 (expected) 89.2 km

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Jeolla Line Iksan - Suncheon 200 km/h (230 km/h ready) 2011-10-05 145.6 km
Suncheon - Yeosu Expo 230 km/h 34.8 km
Donghae Line Geoncheon Interconnection - Pohang 200 km/h 2015-04-02 38.7 km[12]
Geoncheon Interconnection - Taehwagang Upgrading (200 km/h) 2018 (expected) 41.6 km[13]
Daegu Line Dongdaegu - Yeongcheon Upgrading (200 km/h) 2017 (expected) 33.9 km
Jungang Line Wonju - Jaecheon Upgrading (200 km/h) 2018 (expected) 44.1 km[13]
Dodam - Yeongcheon Upgrading (230 km/h) 2018 (expected) 148.1 km
Gunsan Line Iksan - Daeya Upgrading (200 km/h) 2018 (expected) 14.3 km
Gyeongjeon Line Bujeon - Masan Upgrading (200 km/h) 2020 (expected) 32.7 km

Netherlands[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
HSL-Zuid Amsterdam Centraal - HSL 4 300 km/h 2009-09-07 125 km

Russia[edit]

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Moscow–Saint Petersburg Railway Moscow - Saint Petersburg 250 km/h 2009-12-26 649.7 km
Trans-Siberian Railway Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod 180 km/h (after 2015) 2010-07-30 461 km
Riihimäki–Saint Petersburg Railway Riihimäki - Saint Petersburg 220 km/h 2010-12-12 385 km

Spain[edit]

Dedicated high-speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Madrid–Seville Madrid Atocha - Seville Santa Justa 300 km/h 1992-04 471.8 km
Madrid–Barcelona Madrid Atocha - Figueres Vilafant 320 km/h 2013 (full length) 621 km
Madrid–Valladolid Madrid Chamartin - Valladolid-Campo Grande 300 km/h 2007 179.6 km
Córdoba–Málaga
Madrid–Levante Madrid Atocha - Valencia Central 300 km/h 2010-12-19 940 km (total)
LGV Perpignan–Figueres Perpignan - Figueres 320 km/h 2010-12-19 44.4 km

Taiwan[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Taiwan High Speed Rail Banqiao - Zuoying 300 km/h 2007-01-05 332.1 km
Taipei - Banqiao ~130 km/h 2007-03-01 7.2 km
Nangang - Taipei construction 2016 (expected) 9.2 km

Turkey[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Ankara-Istanbul high-speed railway Ankara Central - Eskisehir Central 250 km/h 2009-03-13 251 km
Eskisehir Central - Pendik 2014-07-25 214 km
Pendik - Haydarpasa construction (250 km/h ready) 2016 (expected) 68 km
Ankara-Konya high-speed railway Ankara Central - Konya 250 km/h 2011-08-23 306 km

United Kingdom[edit]

Dedicated High-Speed line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
High Speed 1 Channel Tunnel - Fawkham Junction (Section 1) 300 km/h 2003-09-28 74 km
Fawkham Junction - St. Pancras (Section 2) 230 km/h 2007-11-14 39 km
High Speed 2 London Euston-Birmingham Curzon Street (Phase 1) 400 km/h 2026 (Planned) 192 km
Birmingham Curzon Street - Manchester Piccadilly to Leeds New Lane (Phase 2) 400 km/h 2030 (Planned)
High Speed 3 Liverpool Lime Street-Hull Paragon, Newcastle and Sheffield Midland 225 km/h 2030 (Planned)

Classic Upgraded Line[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
East Coast Main Line London Kings Cross - Edinburgh Waverley 200 km/h 1850 632 km
Great Western Main Line London Paddington - Bristol Temple Meads 200 km/h 1840 192 km
Midland Main Line St Pancras International - Sheffield 200 km/h 1870 265 km
West Coast Main Line London Euston - Glasgow Central 200 km/h 1869 642 km

United States[edit]

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Northeast Corridor Washington Union - Boston South 240 km/h / 150 mph (on short stretches) 2000-12-11 729.5 km

Uzbekistan[edit]

Classic upgraded lines[edit]

Line Name Start and end points Max Speed Opening Length
Tashkent–Samarkand high-speed rail line Tashkent - Samarkand 250 km/h 2011-10-08 344 km

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