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Sapsans will run to Kiev, Yekaterinburg and Irkutsk at 300 km /h
23.11.2010 15:00
Sapsans will run to Kiev, Yekaterinburg and Irkutsk at 300 km /h

High-speed railway for Sapsan trains will connect Moscow with Yekaterinburg and further, with Irkutsk. The trains will travel along it at 300 km/h and more. Most probably they will be Sapsan trains, which are supposed to be constructed in Russia, in co-operation with Siemens.
      
      This route, Moscow - Nizhniy Novgorod - Yekaterinbug will have diverging branch lines to big cities of the Urals like Perm, Ufa, Chelyabinsk, Tyumen and Nizhniy Tagil. This project includes construction thousands kilometers of new special railtracks, stations, other engineering structures and of course, trains. It will take time, moreover, it costs 2 trillions rubles, but it seems to be worth it.
      
      It was also reportes, that Sapsans will run between Moscow and Kiev, and maybe in the nearest future.
      
      You will make stop in most of these cities during Trans-Siberian Railway trip.
      
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Author: Yulia Buzykina


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