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February 3, 2014

Maglev, monorail touted as options to link Ga. university

Tech. chief estimated a 21.5-mile maglev train route from Kennesaw State University to Atlanta’s Perimeter Center would cost $472 million.


May 11, 2010

LaHood rides Japanese Maglev

The ride was part of Tokyo's pitch for billions of dollars in high-speed train contracts from the U.S.


January 11, 2010

Old Dominion U., Mass. Co. to test Maglev

MagneMotion Inc., a company founded by Richard D. Thornton, emeritus professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, received a $7.9-million grant in 2008 from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to conduct a three-phase test of its patented Maglev technology.


September 8, 2009

NASA, Unimodal partner for advanced transport vehicle

Small vehicles running on elevated, maglev guideways,will eventually travel up to 150 mph and move 14,000 people per hour, both locally and regionally.


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