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Fla. approves plans to build maglev rail line in Orlando, Fla.

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The country’s first “electro-magnetic suspension rail line” could be built in Orlando, Fla., after the state approved the plans of American Maglev Technology, who plans to build the 13.8-mile long line between the airport and convention center. The line would use “lightweight cars which glide one-centimeter above a steel guide rail through counter-acting forces of 24 electro-magnets and gravity,” according to this report. The $300 million, privately funded project could break ground this year. Read the Reuters story here


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