Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks

Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks

High Speed Rail Operates On Heavy Rail Tracks

Victor P Taffa

Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail (HSR Aka Japan’s Bullet Train) is essentially a Heavy Rail Train that operates at 500 km/h.

Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail includes a Roll-on Roll-off Rail Ferry across Bass Strait.

HSR travels on Heavy Rail Tracks that have been strengthened to take into account the wind, speed and velocity of a train that travels at 500 km/h.

HSR is also powered by overhead wiring.

  • London-France Rail Tunnel is Heavy Rail
  • Sydney Harbour Rail Tunnel needs to be Heavy Rail
  • Sydney’s North West Line under construction needs to be Heavy Rail

 

  • Sydney Harbour Heavy Rail Tunnel needs to be Standard Gauge
  • Brisbane’s Cross River Rail needs to be dual Narrow/Standard Gauge
  • Melbourne CBD Line needs to be dual Broad/ Standard Gauge

 

Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail Services

HSR will be highly profitable and successful between:

Sydney-Adelaide CBD

via Bradfield, Bankstown, Richmond Line Extension, Richmond, Lower Blue Mountains, Western and Transcontinental Lines

Sydney-Brisbane

via Bradfield Line, Sydney Harbour Heavy Rail Tunnel, Brookvale Line, Cessnock Line, Newcastle CBD and Northern Line.

Sydney-Gympie

via Bradfield Line, Sydney Harbour Heavy Rail Tunnel, Brookvale Line, Cessnock Line, Newcastle CBD, Northern Line and Cross River Rail.

Sydney-Canberra

via Bradfield, Princes, Illawarra and South Coast Lines

Sydney-Darwin CBD

via Bradfield, Bankstown, Richmond Line Extension, Richmond, Lower Blue Mountains, Western, Transcontinental and Ghan Lines

Sydney-Melbourne

via Bradfield, Princes and Southern Lines.

Princes Line joins with Southern Line via Unanderra-Moss Vale Railway corridor

Sydney-Pakenham

via Bradfield, Princes, Southern Lines and Melbourne CBD Line.

Princes Line joins with Southern Line via Unanderra-Moss Vale Railway corridor

Sydney-Perth

via Bradfield, Bankstown, Richmond Line Extension, Richmond, Lower Blue Mountains, Western and Transcontinental Lines

HSR Services can also depart Flinders Street Railway Station to cater for new Rail Passengers

 

 

Melbourne-Adelaide CBD

via Ararat

Melbourne-Canberra

via Southern Line

Melbourne-Darwin CBD

via Mildura, Broken Hill, Transcontinental and Ghan Lines

Melbourne-Hobart

via Williamstown Line and Rail Ferry

Melbourne-Perth

via Mildura, Broken Hill and Transcontinental Line

Brisbane-Darwin CBD

via Charleville and Alice Springs

via Cairns and Mount Isa

 

 

 

Perth-Sydney

via Transcontinental Line

Perth-Melbourne

via Transcontinental Line, Broken Hill and Mildura

Perth-Adelaide CBD

via Transcontinental Line

Perth-Brisbane

via Transcontinental Line and Northern Line

Perth-Canberra

via Transcontinental Line and Griffith

Perth-Darwin CBD

via Newman

via Port Headland

Adelaide Railway Station Platforms to be lengthened for Indian-Pacific and HSR Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hobart-Melbourne

via roll-on roll-off Rail Ferry

Hobart-Adelaide CBD

via roll-on roll-off Rail Ferry