Tokaido upgrade to beat back air competition

Opening of Shinagawa station in Tokyo this autumn will boost the capacity of the Tokaido Shinkansen from 11 to 15 departures in the peak hour. Withdrawing older trains will allow fleet operation at 270 km/h, helping JR Central to win back market share in the world's busiest inter-city corridor

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