- The plan was announced in China’s state-run newspaper, the Beijing Times, and apparently Russia is already on-board with the plan.
- According to the report, which cites a single expert at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Chinese officials are considering a route that would start in the country’s northeast, thread through eastern Siberia and cross the Bering Strait via a 125-mile long underwater tunnel into Alaska.
- Unsurprisingly, No other Chinese railway experts have come out in support of the proposed project. Whether the government has consulted Russia, the US or Canada is also unclear.
China Unveils Plans to Build an 8,000 Mile High Speed Underwater Railway Line to America
7. 9. 15 by Alex Klokus