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Annual

Average

Annual

Passenger

Travel

Passenger

Traffic

Distance

Traffic

and Year

(km / mi)

Density

(millions)

and Year

System

Length (km / mi)

Germany

ICE - all

6,550 / 4,060

(2008)

74.7

312 /194

(millions)

4

Japan

Kyūshū Shinkansen Kagoshima Route

Sweden

126.8 / 78.6

39 / 24

(FY2008)

4.2

3.2

103 / 64

3

39 / 24

3

Arlanda Express

(2008)

Italy

Sweden

United States

Frecciarossa

X 2000

1,001.9 / 621.2

1,667 / 1,033

165.6 / 102.7

10 (2010 - est.)

15

(2008)

6.7

300 / 200

3

200 / 100

2

40 /25

2

Keystone Corridor - all

(2009)

Spain

180 / 112

1.7

150 /90

1

LAV - Madrid-Valladolid

(2009)

United States

1.2

165.6 / 102.7

85 /55

0.6

Keystone Corridor - Amtrak

(2009)

Notes:

Systems are arranged in order of annual passenger traffic density. This in turn refers to the number of passengers who travel over each mile (or km) of line or system length. We explain this concept here.

The Chinese, French, German, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish fiscal years coin- cide with the calendar year. The Japanese fiscal year begins on April 1. The U.S. fiscal year begins on July 1.

Tōkaidō Shinkansen (東海道新幹線): This is the eastern segment of the Tōkyō – Fukuoka

HSR line, and extends between Tōkyō Station and Ōsaka (Shin-Ōsaka Station). It was opened on October 1, 1964.

Guăngshēn Railway (广深, Guăngshēn tiĕ): This extends between Guangzhou and Shenzhen (广深, Guăngshēn, is an abbreviation meaning “Guǎngzhōu-Shēnzhèn”). The line was opened on October 8, 1911. A second track was built during 1984-1987, and a third during 1991-

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