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I think he meant, the issue is not "does the train have a top speed in excess of 200 mph?" nor even the average speed of the train, but rather, whether the train gets people where they want to go fast enough that they would want to take it.


With regard to HSR, "convenient" means not having to go through airport security, largely. :-P

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