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Maianka shares two high-speed rail lines that work in coordination with Burawa's TXS, Orma's OHR and Sabia's National Rail Service. All services are operated in conjunction with Burawa's [[TXS]] and labeled under [[MajTS]]
 
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Latest revision as of 16:54, 8 October 2019

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High-speed rail is emerging in the Mesogean as an increasingly popular and efficient means of transport. The first high-speed rail lines in the Mesogean, built in the late 1970s, improved travel times on intra-national corridors. Since then, several countries have built extensive high-speed networks, and there are now several cross-border high-speed rail links. Railway operators frequently run international services, and tracks are continuously being built and upgraded to international standards on the emerging Mesogean high-speed rail network. Several countries are connected to a cross-border high-speed railway network. More are expected to be connected in the coming years as Mesogean countries invests heavily in tunnels, bridges and other infrastructure and development projects across the continent, many of which are under construction now. Narsain was the first manufacturer to design and deliver a high speed train, which ended up in service with MSM in Varkana. However, the Aetolian company TPV Metaforá has been for the past decade and currently is the largest contract designer and manufacturer of high speed trains (in addition to commuter trains and light rail vehicles) in the MOZ.

The Mesogean high–speed rail network is one of a number of the Mesogean Cooperation Organization's Mesogean transport networks. U/C

Early national high-speed rail networks

Aetolia

Construction on first Aetolian high-speed lines began shortly after that of the Varkan MSRs. Legal battles caused significant delays, so that the NAME trains were deployed ten years after the MSM network was established. The first line was ??? Klow, from Palaiochori Lambros to Klow Central in Varkana, opened in 1993. ?? other lines have been opened since, including the 346-kilometer long Palaiochori–Skopelos line. The total length of the network is ?? kilometers, making it the second longest in Illypnia after Varkana.

TPV Metaforá has been building the trainsets for the Aetolian network since the 90s. With the entering into service of the Aetolian EMR Class trainsets, which have a top speed of more than 400 km/h and a commercial speed of 360 km/h, the rail network is being upgraded to safely allow trains to run at such speeds. The commercial run of the first EMR Class started in 2012 on the Palaiochori–Klow high-speed rail line.

Echia

The ??? high-speed rail system in Echia has been in service since 1988, when the Capua–Cartena route started running. The Echian high-speed railway network consists of 1,994 km of lines, which allow speeds of up to 320 km/h. The safety system adopted for the network is state-of-the-art in railway signalling and safety. The power supply follows the Illypnian standard of 25kV AC 50 Hz mono-phase current.

Kotcija

Kotcija's rail network is served by four high-speed train operators: TZ, Aetolian ??, ?? Kandari and MSM trains. TZ trains, which are a variant of the Varkan MSM, operate between Kotcija, Kandar (Assus), Aetolia (Lefki) and Varkana (Anaklia). High-speed rail in Kotcija has been in operation since 1998 and comprises 7 lines as of 2019. One further line is under construction which will connect Kotcija to Vasarsa through the Kasus.

Line Start End Length Operator(s) Opened Speed
km mi
VBL Centralno Lefki Central Sredin Central 1 0.62 TZ, ΣAK 1998 350 km/h
VBL Kot Sredin Central Kotorp 1 0.62 TZ 1999 300 km/h
VBL Zento Access Jaddsino Central Kopsi 0 0 TZ 1999 300 km/h
VBL Brda Tržnica Central Kopsi 0 0 TZ 2000 300 km/h
VBL Jezera Tržnica Central Kotorp 1 0.62 TZ 2001 300 km/h
VBL Arberia Dyrraz Central Kopsi 0 0 TZ 2002 300 km/h
VBL Kandar Dyrazz Central Kandar 0 0 TZ 2004 300 km/h

Varkana

The Mesogean was introduced to high-speed rail when the MSR Kaspi from Klow to Kaspi opened in 1981 and MSM started passenger service. Since then, Varkana has continued to build an extensive network, with lines covering the whole country. Varkana has the third largest high-speed network in the MOZ, with 2,686 km of operative HSR lines in October 2019. The MSM network gradually spread out to other countries such as Aetolia, Echia, Kotcija, Sakalia and Svaneti. Due to the early adoption of high-speed rail and the important location of Varkana (in the center of Northern Illypnia), most other dedicated high-speed rail lines in the South Shore of the Mesogean have been built to the same speed, voltage and signalling standards.

Line Start End Length Operator(s) Opened Speed
km mi
MSR Kaspi Klow Central Kaspi Central 167.1 100 SARK, ΣAK 1981 360 km/h
MSR Tsqaltubo Klow Central Tsqaltubo 247.9 150 SARK 1982 360 km/h
MSR Alazani Klow Central Gali 438.3 270 SARK, ΣAK 1983 360 km/h
MSR Anaklia Klow Central Anaklia 297.5 180 SARK, ΣAK 1985 360 km/h
MSR Mtkavari Agara Adygekale 348.1 220 SARK 1988 300 km/h
MSR Palaiochori Klow Central Palaiochori Lambros 287.3 180 SARK, ΣAK 1993 360 km/h
MSR Tufo Kaspi Central Tufo Airport 119 74 SARK 1994 360 km/h
MSR Chernisi Klow Central Chernisi–MSM 517.4 320 SARK 1995 320 km/h
MSR Mizia Pitsunda Mizia 546.4 340 SARK 2011 300 km/h
MSR Theodosia Senaki Central Theodosia–International 235.1 150 SARK, ΣAK 2014 360 km/h
MSR Okumi Tsqaltubo Okumi–MSM 336.1 210 SARK 2016 300 km/h

Volisania

The Volisan high speed rail network began operations only a few months after the Varkan MSM in 1981 when the Ampuria–Ratae route started running. Ten other lines have been opened since, including the ???-kilometer long Ampuria–Rodonda line. As of October 2019, the total length of the network to TBD kilometers, making it the longest in the Mesogean and Illypnia, and the second longest in the world after Zong. Three companies have built or will build trains for the Volisan high-speed railway network: Volisan NAME and NAME, and Varkan Narsain. TPV Metaforá is a partner in both the VOLISAN 1-led and the VOLISAN 2-led consortium.

Line Start End Length Operator(s) Opened Speed
km mi
NAME Ampuria NAME Ratae NAME 300 190 NAME 1981 320 km/h

East Shore

Kandar

Lagash

TBD

Triphylia

North Shore

Burawa

Line Start End Stops Opened Length Speed (km/h)
Designed Operated
TXS Mainline Iskhal Badalga 6 2000-01-01 334.26 kilometres (210 mi) 350 305
TXS East Iskhal Qallehere 3 2001-01-01 177 kilometres (110 mi) 350 340
TXS Kaftian Emperess Kankadadka Kededuma 35 2007-01-01 2,293.395 kilometres (1,400 mi) 350 340
TXS North Badalga Xayeysiin 23 2008-05-01 804.7 kilometres (500 mi) 300 285
TXS Odari Kankadadka Merca 5 2010-01-01 355.925 kilometres (220 mi) 350 240
TXS West Merca Mibwa 15 2010-01-01 789.22 kilometres (490 mi) 350 240
TXS Horizon Badalga Hiiran 6 2014-01-01 445.6 kilometres (280 mi) 350 305

Maianka

Maianka shares two high-speed rail lines that work in coordination with Burawa's TXS, Orma's OHR and Sabia's National Rail Service. All services are operated in conjunction with Burawa's TXS and labeled under MajTS

Line Start End Stops Opened Length Speed (km/h)
Designed Operated
MajTS Kaftian Emperess Kankadadka Kededuma 35 2007-01-01 2,293.395 kilometres (1,400 mi) 350 340
MajTS Horizon Badalga Hiiran 6 2014-01-01 445.6 kilometres (280 mi) 350 305

Sabia

Sabia has one high speed rail line that operates through the nation as part of the greater Kaftian Empress high speed rail service.

Jarin

Orma

South Shore

Monsora

??? is a 742 km high-speed line in Monsora using Aetolian EMR Class trains. The dedicated high-speed line begins in Massè Central and continues to Tortona Central and Fian Central and to the Rutulian border. Here, it connects to the ???, terminating at Aquileia Central. Services on the line began on 14 October 2013.

Sakalia

Sakalia has no high-speed trains of its own yet. Varkan MSM and Tourkian ?? lines extend into Sakalia. These two lines (MSR Mizia and the Tourkia-Mizia railway combine to create a network of 681 km of high-speed rail centered on Mizia.

Line Start End Length Operator(s) Opened Speed
km mi
MSR Mizia Mizia Pitsunda 546.4 340 SARK 2011 300 km/h
Mizia–Kisköre high-speed rail line Mizia Kisköre 200 120 TOURKIAN 2016 350 km/h

Vasaras

TBD

Line Start End Length Operator(s) Opened Speed
km mi
MSR River Digora Mazou 546.4 340 VNRC 2017 350 km/h

In development

Cross border

Countries Line Speed (km/h) Length (km) Construction began Expected start of revenue services
Aetolia/Echia Iremian Tunnel 360 62 2015 2025
 ??? Some line 300 72 YEAR YEAR
Vasaras/Hejaz Mazou–Al Rufaa 360 1,115 2014 2025
Vasaras/Kotcija Kotorp–Digora 360 782 YEAR YEAR
Vasaras/Sakalia MSR "Valley" 360 643 2016 2020

Country-specific

Country Line Speed (km/h) Length (km) Construction began Expected start of revenue services
Some Nation Some Railway 250 312.2 Unknown open
Varkana KMR Senaki 820 142.6 2017 2030