The fastest train in the world right now is the Shanghai Maglev. This is a train that is known to move as fast as 267 mph. The train has gotten its name because it uses magnetic levitation in order to move. This is a train that can take you from the Pudong International Airport going to Longyang Rd.
The trains come and go but you can expect the next train to arrive in about 15 - 20 minutes up to 9:30 in the evening. Be prepared to shell out about 50 Yuan but the price will be cheaper if you would show proof of the airline tickets that you have purchased.
Civilization led people to invent a more faster mode of transportation that would be efficient. This led to the invention of trains in the early 1800s in the United Kingdom and was meant to be used for the transportation of iron. Initially there were the pre-steam wagons, then the steam, electric, diesel and the high-speed rail. Now trains have become one of the most comfortable and reliable modes of transportation and have been made accessible to the general population.
Bullet trains are the fastest train that exist that make travel in faster than airplanes. Some of the most common high speed trains are: Shanghai Maglev, that travels at an average speed of 267 mph; Fuxing Hao CR400AF/BF, which has an average speed of 249 mph; Shinkansen H5 and E5, that can travel at a speed of 244 mph; the Italo and Frecciarossa, which can travel at a speed of 220 mph; and the Renfe AVE, that travels at a speed of 217 mph.
O. Miller, Content Optimization Executive, Studied Journalism and Psychology, Austin,Texas
Answered Feb 08, 2019
Today there are many trains that are very fast. They are known as bullet trains. They were invented so that they could quickly take people around the city primarily to work in such a timely fashion. Today, the fastest train is called the Shanghai Maglev which can reach speeds of up to two hundred and sixty-seven miles per hour. It only goes nineteen miles around Shanghai.
It mainly travels from the airport to another station and other areas outside of the city. However, it travels these nineteen miles is only seven minutes. The train was introduced in 2004 and has still been considered to be the fastest train in China and in the world. The second fastest is also from China and it is the Fuxing Hao.