The China = seek simultaneous development of safety our high-speed rail, and speed

China high-speed rail to decelerate 16 date, the Beijing-Tianjin high-speed rail was supposed to extend to three minutes 30 required time so far.Xinhua News Agency of China state media has reported, “By dropping the speed has pursued since 1997, to find the way of simultaneous development of safety and speed” and.

Required time is extended by the deceleration operation, but does not change the stop station and direct train, fare various seat is about 5% reduction from the current level.

Morimitsu its general manager of China Railway portion is explained, “and for having a margin of safety, since the deceleration operation to gain safety management experience” and.Railway in China conducted a rate hike of six times from 97 to 2007, you are recording a 486.1 kilometers per hour in a test operation of Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail at the end of 2010.

However, training of personnel and quality control can not keep up to speed improvements, as well as failure frequently, has resulted in the casualties of many, such as rear-end collisions.

In the State Council executive meeting of the 10th, to determine the inspection carried out a large-scale of the construction work and high-speed rail, between August 15 to 16, Premier Wen Jiabao such as holding the high-speed rail safety large inspection mobilization meetings in China State Council , movement intended to prevent the recurrence of the accident is continuing.

In addition to solve the problem of signal equipment design on the current by a “thorough inspection, to prevent new problems from occurring in the control system and crime prevention signal, Sheng director also eliminates the risk of technology and service equipment related to safety.Also, have expressed other to improve the ability of the appropriate first aid can be also in the case of emergency, and “meet the safety requirements more stringent, prohibits the rush job even in high-speed railway project under construction management standards.(Editors: Oikawa MinamotoJuro)