Japan plans to extend Trans-Siberian railway to allow passengers to travel to London

Japan plans to extend Trans-Siberian railway to allow passengers to travel to London
 

The new link would bypass Vladivostok, currently the final stop on the world famous route, with a four miles bridge or tunnel linking the city of Khabarovsk to the Russian Pacific island of Sakhalin.
From here the new rail connection would cross to the northerly Japanese island of Hokkaido, requiring a 26 mile tunnel.
Reports in the Japanese and Russian media say the Tokyo government along with potential investors is actively considering the development.
Japan is also considering plans to speed up traffic on the Trans-Siberian railway, which is slow compared with its own routes and many in... read more

 
5 October 2016 in World News, Views: 29
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