1. Shanghai Maglev: 267 mph
The Maglev runs the nearly 19 miles from Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport to the Longyang metro station on the outskirts of Shanghai. Charges are $8 Per person for ~ 7 minutes’ ride.
2. Harmony CRH380A: 236 mph
China Railways’ Harmony is the world’s fastest non-maglev passenger train currently in service, connecting Shanghai with Nanjing.
3. Trenitalia Frecciarossa 1000: 220 mph
Italy’s “red arrow” is the fastest train in Europe taing passengers from Milan to Florance and Rome in lesss than 3 hrs. All its components are 100% renewable and sustainable.
4. Renfe AVE: 217 mph
This is Spain’s Fastest Train developed by Siemens. This train is used for travelling from Barcelona to Paris in under 6 hrs.
5. DeutscheBahn ICE: 205 mph
Germany’s Fastest train again being designed by Siemens helps commuting German countryside.
6. Eurostar e320 and TGV: 200 mph
Both the trains are tied at the same spot in terms of speed. Being part of euro rail network. Fares ranges to ~ $ 70 per ride.
7. Hayabusa Shinkansen E5: 200 mph
Japan’s fastest train being running for more than 50 years since 1964. The train service runs between Tokyo and Osaka cutting the travel time to 4 hrs.
8. Thalys: 186 mph
Connecting Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, and Cologne with multiple daily services, the Thalys is one of Europe’s most important train lines for both leisure and business travelers; in fact, its ridership is almost an even split between the two categories.