- Mar 12, 2023
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It is anything but slow, its speed has been remarkable ever since construction started. But since its coming from B1M, one can ignore it for good.
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Maybe you should ask those people who are trying to build it.but why are you trying so hard for so long to build one now?
It's ok. I understand your need to do Bullet Train Evangelism, because you have a hell lot of them. But no thanks. We don't need them. We have other priorities. We are not rich like China.Only fools believe HSR is only worth the passanger tickets value, China cares more about the massive economic benefits they bring to the local provinces, cities and supply chain, these benefits are worth millions of times than the tickets revenue.
There is absolutely no link between Bullet Trains and economic development. A rich country may have them, but it is an outcome of wealth, not a cause of it.No wonder short sighted India can never have meaningful long term development. they can never see anywhere beyond their nose tip.
India needs bullet trains but not "nationwide" bullet trains if you know what I mean
Not just India I think most of the world should follow this strategy of 160 plus trains for big distances and bullet trains for interconnected, economically vibrant cities
Like Mumbai to pune or Chennai to begaluru makes more sense than Mumbai to Delhi
Or for US Boston to NYC to Philadelphia and Washington
Or LA to San Francisco
Texas triangle makes more sense than connecting east coast with west coast through bullet trains
Or for Pakistan connecting peshawar valley
or Lahore & Golden triangle of Punjab makes more sense than connecting Lahore and karachi through bullet train