at 603 kmph, japan’s maglev train breaks its own speed record
Japan\'s maglev train, the fastest passenger train in the world, broke its own speed record. Operator JR Central said the train reached 603 kilometers per hour during the trial run on Tuesday, surpassing the record of 581 kilometers per hour set in 2003. The train traveled about 2 km kilometers at a speed of more than 600 km/h. Japan’s high- The high-speed rail service is the most advanced in the world, with hundreds of trains running every day with minimal delays. The maglev test line near Mount Fuji, about 80 km kilometers west of Tokyo, is developing technology for future connectivity between Tokyo and Osaka. The maglev train is suspended on the rail and suspended by a powerful magnet.