Trinity Railway Express, which has been in service for almost two years, is now on track for the fastest railroad in the Western Hemisphere.
The train made its maiden voyage on March 24, 2017, to Mexico City, from California.
Its journey was delayed by the collapse of a train carrying a passenger train from London to the United Kingdom, which was stopped on a highway near the city.
Trinity Railway’s first trip to the U.S. mainland in May was delayed because of a snowstorm in California.
The train arrived in New York on October 11 and departed the city for Chicago on November 11.
The trip was delayed again when a snow storm struck Southern California.
Trains that run on the track to and from the train’s platform have been delayed and delayed again.
The journey is expected to be completed in March 2021.
Triggers for the first trip on the new train include a train running between Chicago and San Francisco, a train between New York and Los Angeles, and a train from New York to Philadelphia.
Trimmed to carry just under 3,200 passengers, the new model will travel at speeds of up to 85 mph (131 kph).
The new train will not only be the largest passenger rail line in the United States but also the fastest.
The U.K. will also have the fastest track in Europe.