About U.S.-Japan High-Speed Rail

U.S.-Japan High-Speed Rail (USJHSR) is an U.S.-owned company based in Washington DC.  We are committed to bringing the N700-I Bullet system to international markets.  USJHSR is working closely with JR Central to utilize this technology in the United States and around the world.

• The JR Central Team

The JR Central Team is the manufacturing and technological backbone of the N700-I Bullet system. JR Central has worked with their rail industry partners to offer a total system solution, and will work with USJHSR to identify and support the top engineering, construction, operations and maintenance firms for the promotion and implementation of the N700-I Bullet system.

USJHSR and the JR Central Team are committed to helping countries like the United States develop their own high-speed rail systems to create domestic jobs. The Team looks forward to supporting the entities that will be implementing N700-I Bullet system by sharing its experience, knowledge and expertise with the international industrial bases and transportation sectors.


• Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central)

The Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central), established in April 1987, is a publicly-traded, privately owned rail company serving the most populous region of Japan. JR Central is the creator and operator of the world-renowned N700 Shinkansen, and operator of the world’s busiest high-speed rail line, the Tokaido Shinkansen, which despite serving over 140 million passengers a year has had no fatalities due to train accidents, and has an average delay of less than one minute.

JR Central is also the current lead in the development of the revolutionary Superconducting Maglev (SCMAGLEV) system, and is currently developing and privately financing the Chuo Shinkansen between Tokyo and Nagoya.

These systems are the product of years of research, innovation and optimization through successive generations of commercially proven high-speed rail operations in Japan.