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High-Speed Rail Passenger Traffic Density Statistics

We have excerpted the following table and chart from a recent post (2008 Cox-Vranich Report Supports Revised California High Speed Rail Patronage Estimates, here) for the convenience of readers. This shows various high-speed rail (HSR) systems (and forecasts for California) in order of annual passenger traffic density. We have deleted the “forecasts” produced by Wendell Cox and Joseph Vranich.

Table 1: High-Speed Rail Passenger Traffic Density

Japan

Annual

Average

Annual

Passenger

Travel

Passenger

Traffic

Distance

Traffic

and Year

(km / mi)

Density

(millions)

and Year

System

Length (km / mi)

Tōkaidō Shinkansen

308 / 191

515.4 / 319.5

150.7 (FY 2008)

(millions)

90

China

83

Japan

France

147.3 / 91.3

Guăngshēn Railway

(2009)

553.7 / 343.3

62.9 (FY 2008)

774 / 480

32

San-yō Shinkansen

TGV Paris-Lyon-Marseille

(2008)

100 / 60

55

252 / 156

29

600 /370

25

Japan

Tōhoku Shinkansen

593.1 / 367.7

Republic of Korea

KTX Seoul-Busan

408.5 / 253.3

Taiwan

Taiwan High Speed Rail

335.5 / 208.0

France

TGV Atlantique

279 / 173

Japan

980.0 / 607.6

168 / 104

24

280 / 170

23

215 / 133

21

200 /100

20

150 / 93

20

400 / 250

20

84.8 (FY 2007)

Tōhoku, Jōetsu and Hokuriku Shinkansen

United States - California California High-Speed Rail Authority - 2035

133.3 (FY 2007)

(FY 2008)

33

(2008)

(2008)

32.3

30

41.0

840 / 520

(2035)

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