86 per cent of the 286km Tokyo-Nagoya line will be in tunnels and trains will run more than 40 metres below ground in urban areas. Photo: JR Japan 86 per cent of the 286km Tokyo-Nagoya line will be in tunnels and trains will run more than 40 metres below ground in urban areas. Photo: JR Japan
86 per cent of the 286km Tokyo-Nagoya line will be in tunnels and trains will run more than 40 metres below ground in urban areas. Photo: JR Japan

Nagoya-Tokyo maglev trains will float faster than a speeding bullet

86 per cent of the 286km Tokyo-Nagoya line will be in tunnels and trains will run more than 40 metres below ground in urban areas. Photo: JR Japan 86 per cent of the 286km Tokyo-Nagoya line will be in tunnels and trains will run more than 40 metres below ground in urban areas. Photo: JR Japan
86 per cent of the 286km Tokyo-Nagoya line will be in tunnels and trains will run more than 40 metres below ground in urban areas. Photo: JR Japan
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